After deschooling, what?

  • 54 Pages
  • 3.36 MB
  • English
Writers and Readers Publishing Cooperation , London
Education -- United St
Other titlesDeschooling revisited.
StatementIvan Illich ; with an introduction by Ian Lister.
ContributionsLister, Ian.
LC ClassificationsLB885.I44 A47 1976
The Physical Object
Pagination54 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20668304M
ISBN 100904613364

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Illich, Ivan. & Riessman, Frank. & Gartner, Alan. & Greer, Colin. After deschooling, what. “Deschooling” is an adjustment period after leaving a school environment when a child (and their parents) disengage from the “school” mindset and mentality and learn a completely new way of life that is not based on the culture, structure or expectations of school.

InIllich published Deschooling Society, and the book made him hugely popular as a public that year, Illich published an essay in a journal called Social Policy that furthered his argument; it was titled "After Deschooling, What?". In subsequent years, that same journal published numerous responses to Illich and his critique of the educational system.

In the first, "After Deschooling, What?" Ivan Illich goes beyond his argument for deschooling, to the beginning of some thoughts about what society and education might look like following it. The remaining nine articles contain the reactions of a number of serious and active educators to the Illich article.

This book presented a very well thought out and practiced method - deschooling - that meets our, and our kids, needs. It clearly takes the reader through the process of deschooling and helps with recognizing the good and the bad aspects and how to work with them.

We used some ideas directly from the book to deal with doubting friends and s: Deschooling is the adjustment period a child goes through when leaving school and beginning homeschooling.

To fully benefit from homeschooling, a child has to let go of the private or public school culture as the norm. This is called deschooling, and it is a crucial part of beginning homeschooling after a period of time spent in a classroom.

Illich, Ivan () After Deschooling, What?, London: Writers and Readers Publishing Co-operative. 55 pages. Includes a substantial opening essay ‘Deschooling revisited’ by Ian Lister. Reimer, E. () School is Dead.

An essay on alternatives in education, Harmondsworth: Penguin. pages. Highly readable analysis and positing of. This is an auction for AFTER DESCHOOLING, WHAT. by Ivan Illich. Deschooling is a planned period of adjustment a child needs when transitioning from school to homeschool.

The deschool process has major (and necessary) benefits in helping a child decompress and "unlearn" ways when homeschooling after public school. We'll discuss how to start homeschooling with deschooling, the difference between deschooling vs.

unschooling, deschooling for parents. Background. Deschooling is mainly credited to Ivan Illich, who felt that the traditional schooling children received needed to be reconstructed. He believed that schools contained a "hidden curriculum" that caused learning to align with grades and accreditation rather than important skills.

Illich believed that the modern school is grounded on a foundation that is focused on growing schools as. The term “deschooling” arose over time as more and more public school students began the transition to homeschool.

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On this page you will learn more about the process of transitioning from public school to homeschool, why students doing this need a period of time to make that transition (deschooling), and how to continue the transition to a more formal habit of homeschooling.

Ivan Dominic Illich (/ ɪ ˈ v ɑː n ˈ ɪ l ɪ tʃ /; 4 September – 2 December ) was a Roman Catholic priest, theologian, philosopher, and social critic. His book Deschooling Society criticises modern society's institutional approach to education, an approach that allegedly constrains learning to narrow situations in a fairly short period of the human lifespan.

Deschooling Society is a classic tome about education and society. In the video for Pink Floyd’s smash hit song, Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2), you see children at school being pushed into a giant sausage making machine and them all coming out the same.

In his book, Deschooling Society, Ivan Illich argues that this is a good metaphor for what schools are really about and that there may.

Third, deschooling is an opportunity for parents to observe their children and begin forging a stronger relationship with them. Oftentimes children and parents spend very little time with each other once children are in school.

Kids leave early in the morning, and if they’re involved in after-school activities they may not get home until. What to do to start deschooling: Block out time on your calendar for deschooling and choose a time when school would normally be happening. Decide on a basic routine (not a time-bound schedule, but a general routine) for your days.

If desired, make a list of fun trips, trails to hike, life skills to explore, books to read aloud, etc. Like a. Transcript of chat: Deschooling discussion of pages of The Big Book of Unschooling, Septem and another chat transcript: Deschooling—"Like what?!" Aug Think of some specific things that changed in you, about you, when you were deschooling.

Think of a time when you hit a snag, a lump, an un-deschooled part of you. After all, the main goal of deschooling is to prepare the child for new ways of learning.

If you decide that deschooling is the right step in your journey to homeschooling or unschooling, our worksheet library is here to cover you every step of the way.

Each book was written during a certain moment in history, as a unique intervention. If anyone's interested, you can see how his thoughts on education had evolved more than a decade after 'Deschooling.' An essay called "Education in the Light of the Gospel" is available here.

In it, Illich compares teachers working with poor students in busted. Deschooling is an important process for new homeschooling parents to go through. If you find yourself unexpectedly homeschooling, as we did, there will be a grieving period, an adjustment period, and you will be bombarded with resources, methods, curriculum choices, and more.

After a period of deschooling, many parents find it easier to homeschool their own way. Now, many parents are getting their first taste of homeschooling from stay-at-home public school. If your child is beginning homeschooling this fall after a time of public Zoom school, you especially may want to enjoy a few months of deschooling.

After doing steps 1 and 2 of deschooling for a few days as I detailed in Part 1, assess whether you feel intellectually and emotionally free from all presuppositions of what school is supposed to. More editions of After Deschooling, What?: After Deschooling, What?: ISBN () Softcover, Writers" and readers" Publishing Collective.

Although nearly fifty years have passed since the publication of his book, Deschooling Society, it still seems timely at a moment when the current crisis and its aftershocks have caused even established politicians to reach for new ideas and approaches.

With laissez-faire economics temporarily abandoned, the homeless temporarily housed and.

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“My child was removed from school at the end of his second grade year, after having completed three years in the system. We took a three month deschooling period, as is normally suggested. During this time my child literally unwound from a tensed, unbearable, stressed ball of confusion into a child who is happy, free and a great deal calmer.If you believe that your family could benefit from deschooling, check out Deschooling For a Peaceful Transition from Public School to Homeschool.

This resource contains a guide, videos, and printable workbook to help you plan and prepare for successful deschooling.