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Lockdown Learning

As COVID-19 swept the globe from east to west this year, so has home education. Millions of children woke up one morning to find their schools closed and their new teachers are their parents. Learning at home can be a wonderfully liberating and connecting experience for families that choose it but it can also be daunting and exhausting even at the best of times. And let’s face it – this is not the best of times. No one planned for this. And whereas Home Education is usually done more out of the home than in it as families meeting up with others to socialize, play and learn together all that’s off the table right now. East Kent Sudbury School (www.ekss.co.uk) grew from a group of home educators and as passionate advocates for alternative education we’ve teamed up with our friends at Alpine Valley School (www.alpinevalleyschool.com) in Denver, Colorado to bring you a special podcast season to help you not just survive learning in lockdown but get the most out of this out of school experience.

info_outline The Future of Education 07/15/2020
info_outline What special needs tell us about schools 06/28/2020
info_outline Play, play and more play 06/19/2020
info_outline Democratic Education: The Power of a Vote 06/12/2020
info_outline Moving Forwards not Backwards 06/04/2020
info_outline Deschooling: The Art of Letting Go 05/27/2020
info_outline From Teacher to Home Educator 05/20/2020
info_outline Mind the gap - How children learn at home 05/15/2020
info_outline Managing Mental Health & Wellbeing in Lockdown 05/06/2020
info_outline Home Education 101 04/28/2020