Worldschooling: The whole world is our school, school isn’t our whole world!
Sore ini ketika membuka FB, melihat postingan teman mengenai sebuah istilah baru yang.. sangat menarik! Kosakata baru dalam dunia pendidikan rumah yang dikemukakan oleh Eli Gerzon: Wordschooling!
Belum sempat lihat-lihat lebih banyak, tapi saya simpan dulu beberapa kutipan menariknya. Tulisan lengkapnya di sini. Saya suka idenya: Gerzon defines it by saying, “It’s when the whole world is your school, instead school being your whole world.”
More ideas about homeschooling, unschooling, and worldschooling:
-School: “Do what you’re told.”
-Homeschool: “Do what you’re told… by your mom.”
-Unschool: “Do what you want.”
-Worldschool: “Do what ya gotta do…”
-Unschool – Trust yourself, your child, and the individual.
-Homeschool – Trust your family, friends, and community.
-School – Trust school, government, and institutions.
-Worldschool – Trust the world and the universe.
-School teaches there are few possibilities for you.
-Unschooling teaches there are infinite possibilities.
-Worldschooling teaches you which are truly for you.
~Worldschooling is when the world schools you.
Worldschooling is when you get your ass kicked… in a sacred manner. And then learn from it… in a sacred manner.
“Because the world owes us nothing, and we owe each other the world.” -Ani DiFranco “Joyful Girl”
For worldschoolers of school age, homeschoolers, it might be an easier conversation when people ask, “Where do you go to school?”
“I homeschool, but I like to call it worldschooling because I learn from a lot of people and things all over the place!”
Terima kasih sharingnya mbak Eka. :)