unschooling noun an educational method or concept that involves children directing their own learning by following their own interests rather than by having a structured curriculum
Once my unschooling son announced he wants to get a Ph.D. in biology I decided I had to get serious about making sure he can get into college.
[education.penelopetrunk.com 02 January 2016]
She is passionate about unschooling and self-directed learning, Attachment Parenting, homebirthing, holistic health, and homesteading.
[www.citykidshomeschooling.com 02 January 2016]
lifehack noun an action you can take to make your life easier or better
This likeable pop-science show takes the current craze for lifehacks and steers it gently into the absurd.
[The Guardian (UK broadsheet) 02 January 2016]
blue belt noun an area of protected coastline
The UK government has extended the coastal ‘blue belt’ of protected marine areas
[www.bbc.co.uk 17 January 2016]
Britain’s ‘Blue Belt’ haven for our marine life doubles
Almost two dozen new conservation zones protecting UK waters will save rare and exotic creatures from fishing and seaside development
[www.telegraph.co.uk (article title) 17 January 2016]
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On 25 Jul 2016 12:32, “About Words – Cambridge Dictionaries Online blog” wrote:
> Cambridge Words posted: ” unschooling noun an educational method or > concept that involves children directing their own learning by following > their own interests rather than by having a structured curriculum Once my > unschooling son announced he wants to get a Ph.D. in biology ” >
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Thanks for the new Word info
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