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Initial credits
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00:25    |    
Hacking Your Education
Limitation of the school system
Concern of parents
02:15    |    
Quote,  How Children Learn, John Caldwell Holt
Quote,  Summerhill School: A New View of Childhood, Alexander Sutherland Neill
Quote,  Growing Without Schooling, John Caldwell Holt
Importance of curiosity
Opinion of public schoolers
06:41    |    
Difference between homeschooling and unschooling
Activities as unschooler
07:52    |    
Attending  college
Experience at Hendrix College
Cost and debts of college in the United States
Student loan
"Generation Limbo: Waiting It Out" by Jennifer S. Lee, The New York Times
Distribution of grades over the last 60 years
Quote, Academically Adrift: Limited Learning on College Campuses, Richard Arum and Josipa Roksa
13:18    |    
Perception of unschooling
Lack of alternatives
Learning paradigm
Personal anecdote
15:49    |    
Foundation of UnCollege.org
UnCollege growth
Learning community without institutions
Gap year program
Decentralization of education
18:17    |    
Functions of university
21:56    |    
Future of the educational system
Online learning institutions
22:58    |    
Question and answer period
How have you learned in the different activities outside school?  Could you give more details about the Gap year program?
Do you have any siblings?  And if so, how was their unschooling experience and impact?
How is the structure of UnCollege?
How was your experience in 20 under 20?  How was the process of entering and how did it impact your life?
How did you get your book published?
What happened to your unschooling peers?
What do you think about the fact that four out of five of the richest people in the world have a college degree?
Do you think everybody has the capacity to do unschooling?
Do you think UnCollege can be adapted to the current educational system?
When you decided to drop out of college, did you have any established plan about what you going to do?
Do you think kids should attend the first years of school?
Did you have any advantage over the other 
unschooling peers because you attended 5 years of school?
Do you think unschooling is a good idea for every career, for example, medical sciences?
How do you see the future of online learning institutions in Latin America?
Do you think you have to take more risks ithan in the traditional system?
n unschooling
How do people learn to learn when they are in an unschool system?
How do you think college is going to be in future?
What do you do for a living?
What disadvantages does unschooling have?
What is the most important skill you learned in unschooling that people in traditional school don't learn?
How does a regular day in unschooling look like?
How can we be more successful in some field if we surround with people more intelligent than us?
Who is creating the degrees deflation: school traditional system or unschool system?
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Final words
55:40    |    
Final credits




Hacking your Education

06 de septiembre de 2012   | Vistas: 2 |  

Dale J. Stephens shares his experience with unschooling. He details his first years learning with this educational method, when he wrote the book Hacking your education. He also explains how and when the ideas of unschooling were established, his founder and the first institution with this model, Summerhill. He compares the advantages of unschooling with the traditional structure of learning, its costs and other benefits. Stephens introduce the site UnCollege.org as well as the objective of creating it. Finally, he mentions what are the principal functions of university and how is the future of professional education.

Dale J. Stephens is the founder of UnCollege, the social movement changing the notion that college is the only path…


Nuestra misión es la enseñanza y difusión de los principios éticos, jurídicos y económicos de una sociedad de personas libres y responsables.

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