How to Travel Full Time & Unschool Your Children with Jesper & Cecilie Conrad
Interview: "The Conrad family travel full time, question everything, and choose a life based on their core values: love, adventure, personal freedom, and strong relationships. They join Amrit to share their journey to unschooling their kids, questioning what is truly important in life, and show us that this path to freedom is open to anyone who dares to take the leap into the unknown."
What is unschooling? Meet the families who have shunned the formal education system
It's not for everyone, but some families say their children are thriving outside of traditional learning environments. Article by Resmi Jaimon, read on The National News.
Exploring Unschooling Podcast #295 - With Jesper Conrad
Jesper shares his perspective of their family’s decision to unschool, which began when their now 15-year-old son tried kindergarten. We talk about Jesper’s move from an office job to working from home and some of the paradigm shifts that he’s experienced over the years as a result of questioning the mainstream path.
Exploring Unschooling Podcast #294 - With Cecilie Conrad
Cecilie joins Pam Laricchias's podcast series "Exploring Unschooling". Cecilie reflects on the amazing relationships that she has been able to cultivate with her four children as a result of diving deep into their loves and interests together.
Family Travel and Unschooling
Video interview: "In this special episode of Artist Date, we had the pleasure of chatting with Cecilie Felumb Conrad and Jesper Felumb Conrad from Worldschooling Nomads, where they share their story of traveling full time with their kids and their approach to teaching."
Unschooling or not
Radio interview in Danish Radio 24Syv - Forældreintra: "" disse dage starter omkring 60.000 børn i skole, men der er nogle børn som bliver hjemme fordi deres forældre vil "unschoole" dem. Hør mere om læring med fokus på lyst og troen på, at børn lærer det de skal når de vil, fra to forældre der har valgt at unschoole deres børn."
A Dad Gets Comfortable With Unschooling
“If you look at how much of the morning goes into waking the kids up when they’re not done sleeping, getting them to shower, go to the bathroom, eat, arguing. ‘Come on. You need to go! You’re going to be late.’ They sometimes started to cry and I had to hurry to work with that on my mind.”