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How can I educate my children while traveling full time? Will my child learn all he needs to know? Will our travels be a good thing for my children? Roadschooling: The Ultimate Guide to Education Through Travel is designed to answer all these questions and more. It will provide not only theoretical background about how children learn, but give concrete advice on how to take How can I educate my children while traveling full time? Will my child learn all he needs to know? Will our travels be a good thing for my children? Roadschooling: The Ultimate Guide to Education Through Travel is designed to answer all these questions and more. It will provide not only theoretical background about how children learn, but give concrete advice on how to take advantage of your travels to educate your children. Go travel with confidence, knowing that you are giving your children the best possible education. Case studies provided by: Alisa Lybbert Anne Van Loen Amy Page Annie Andre Connie Perry Hannah Miller Jenn Miller Kimberly Travaglino Mary Hickox Paige Conner Totaro Lukas and Anders Rasmussen Brenon Weed Theodora Sutcliffe


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How can I educate my children while traveling full time? Will my child learn all he needs to know? Will our travels be a good thing for my children? Roadschooling: The Ultimate Guide to Education Through Travel is designed to answer all these questions and more. It will provide not only theoretical background about how children learn, but give concrete advice on how to take How can I educate my children while traveling full time? Will my child learn all he needs to know? Will our travels be a good thing for my children? Roadschooling: The Ultimate Guide to Education Through Travel is designed to answer all these questions and more. It will provide not only theoretical background about how children learn, but give concrete advice on how to take advantage of your travels to educate your children. Go travel with confidence, knowing that you are giving your children the best possible education. Case studies provided by: Alisa Lybbert Anne Van Loen Amy Page Annie Andre Connie Perry Hannah Miller Jenn Miller Kimberly Travaglino Mary Hickox Paige Conner Totaro Lukas and Anders Rasmussen Brenon Weed Theodora Sutcliffe

38 review for Roadschooling: The Ultimate Guide to Education Through Travel

  1. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie Lou

    A good book for parents on leaving the traditional path As my husband is transitioning out of the military we are finding that most of his job possibilities are going to require heavy travel. We find ourselves drawn to the idea of roadschooling while living full time in an rv. We were both homeschooled for several years as children and currently homeschool our children, so we see the value in non-traditional education systems. However, the idea of roadschooling seems a little more daunting. This A good book for parents on leaving the traditional path As my husband is transitioning out of the military we are finding that most of his job possibilities are going to require heavy travel. We find ourselves drawn to the idea of roadschooling while living full time in an rv. We were both homeschooled for several years as children and currently homeschool our children, so we see the value in non-traditional education systems. However, the idea of roadschooling seems a little more daunting. This book helped put some of my reservations aside. I will be recommending this book to my husband to read as well.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Christina

    I really enjoyed the author's explanations of their own travels and intertwining of her children's "road" education. The majority of the book is dedicated to case studies of other families who also successfully roadschool. It became a bit repetitive but I understand the authors desire to show lots of case studies. I only gave it three stars because it left me with lingering questions. How do you afford it? How do you plan the travel around these "educational experiences." It alluded to these thi I really enjoyed the author's explanations of their own travels and intertwining of her children's "road" education. The majority of the book is dedicated to case studies of other families who also successfully roadschool. It became a bit repetitive but I understand the authors desire to show lots of case studies. I only gave it three stars because it left me with lingering questions. How do you afford it? How do you plan the travel around these "educational experiences." It alluded to these things but gave no specifics and I found that frustrating.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jessie

    This book is a perfect handbook for any traveling family - useful for long term travelers, nomadic families, and weekend vacationers. What it teaches, through careful examples and inspiration, is that INDEED we can (and should) learn anywhere - and that it is doable! This book? It's genius - and we highly recommend it to EVERY family, whether they travel full time, on weekends, or stay put and explore their own towns. See our author interview at: http://www.wanderingeducators.com/bes... This book is a perfect handbook for any traveling family - useful for long term travelers, nomadic families, and weekend vacationers. What it teaches, through careful examples and inspiration, is that INDEED we can (and should) learn anywhere - and that it is doable! This book? It's genius - and we highly recommend it to EVERY family, whether they travel full time, on weekends, or stay put and explore their own towns. See our author interview at: http://www.wanderingeducators.com/bes...

  4. 4 out of 5

    Denise Weldon-siviy

    Desperately needs toc First, love the concept. We "train schooled" our 4 children during many travels across Australia and "road schooled" cross country in the u.s. The author provides great advice. The only real problem with this book there is no table contents at all . I guess the author just forgot to generate one? The book would be much easier to navigate and much more useful with the contents list.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Samantha McGuire The Writers Web Archive

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

  7. 4 out of 5

    NoBeatenPath

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Pieloch

  9. 4 out of 5

    Margaret Feige

    Great place to start We are considering spending a year traveling around the country. I homeschool now, and this book gave me some great tips for how to make it work on the road. I agree with the author that learning comes naturally outside of the classroom. For anyone looking for guidance or reassurance that roadschooling works, I recommend this book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Natasha Khan

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    Grace Rowe

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    Kristi

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    Debbie Rohrbaugh

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    Kimberley Burgess

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    Dave

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    Tamika Ryan

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    Dene Schulze-Alva

  38. 4 out of 5

    Annalee

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