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Ever wondered if it’s possible to combine the adventure of traveling the world with the responsibilities of raising a family? Worried about the traditional education system and want a better alternative for your children? Lost as to how you can finance world travel with your family by your side? THIS BOOK IS FOR YOU! “World Schooling: How to Revolutionize Your Child’s Ever wondered if it’s possible to combine the adventure of traveling the world with the responsibilities of raising a family? Worried about the traditional education system and want a better alternative for your children? Lost as to how you can finance world travel with your family by your side? THIS BOOK IS FOR YOU! “World Schooling: How to Revolutionize Your Child’s Education Through Travel” dives into the growing movement of families leaving the 9-to-5 routine to live a life of greater freedom and adventure. More importantly, it explains exactly how YOU can do it too. The book breaks down the barriers to education through family travel, liberating you and your family from the traditional education system and guiding you into the incredible alternative education movement that is world schooling. It will help you discover which of the four main approaches to world schooling fits your family best, and put within your reach the dream of traveling the world with your children by your side. By the time you finish this book you’ll have a potent arsenal of educational resources, an empowering vision of how you can earn money regardless of your location to fund your travels, and a game plan ready to make it all happen. “World Schooling” is the ultimate guide for families looking to transform their lives and their child’s education through the power of travel. So scroll back to the top of this page and order the book! You won’t regret it.


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Ever wondered if it’s possible to combine the adventure of traveling the world with the responsibilities of raising a family? Worried about the traditional education system and want a better alternative for your children? Lost as to how you can finance world travel with your family by your side? THIS BOOK IS FOR YOU! “World Schooling: How to Revolutionize Your Child’s Ever wondered if it’s possible to combine the adventure of traveling the world with the responsibilities of raising a family? Worried about the traditional education system and want a better alternative for your children? Lost as to how you can finance world travel with your family by your side? THIS BOOK IS FOR YOU! “World Schooling: How to Revolutionize Your Child’s Education Through Travel” dives into the growing movement of families leaving the 9-to-5 routine to live a life of greater freedom and adventure. More importantly, it explains exactly how YOU can do it too. The book breaks down the barriers to education through family travel, liberating you and your family from the traditional education system and guiding you into the incredible alternative education movement that is world schooling. It will help you discover which of the four main approaches to world schooling fits your family best, and put within your reach the dream of traveling the world with your children by your side. By the time you finish this book you’ll have a potent arsenal of educational resources, an empowering vision of how you can earn money regardless of your location to fund your travels, and a game plan ready to make it all happen. “World Schooling” is the ultimate guide for families looking to transform their lives and their child’s education through the power of travel. So scroll back to the top of this page and order the book! You won’t regret it.

30 review for World Schooling: How to Revolutionize Your Child's Education Through Travel

  1. 4 out of 5

    Martijn Reintjes

    If you really want to make me instantly depressed, tell me: "Oh sure you can travel the world with your family while your kids are still young. Just wait till they get to school!" I really dred the fact that (Dutch) law requires my kids to be in this brick and mortar school all day, every day, from the day they turn 5. For me this it's a prison sentence. But I'm also a non-conformist. I believe there is always a way. So that's why I'm reading books like World Schooling, to see what paths others be If you really want to make me instantly depressed, tell me: "Oh sure you can travel the world with your family while your kids are still young. Just wait till they get to school!" I really dred the fact that (Dutch) law requires my kids to be in this brick and mortar school all day, every day, from the day they turn 5. For me this it's a prison sentence. But I'm also a non-conformist. I believe there is always a way. So that's why I'm reading books like World Schooling, to see what paths others before me took to inspire me so I can craft a plan for my family and my kids' education. This book lays out clearly the different philosophies of home schooling and how to combine that with traveling. It tells of lots of families and their way of educating their kids. Inspiring and informative. It sure sparked some ideas :)

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Powell

    Fabulous and thorough resource. The book begins with a pretty good overview of the case for and evidence concerning moving your kids from typical schooling environments. As a summary, this section could stand alone. Then the author more specifically addresses travel and education, but in doing so she encompasses travel with a traditionally schooled kid, a home schooled kid, and permutations between the two. This section really does make the case for world travel and exploration, not for homeschool Fabulous and thorough resource. The book begins with a pretty good overview of the case for and evidence concerning moving your kids from typical schooling environments. As a summary, this section could stand alone. Then the author more specifically addresses travel and education, but in doing so she encompasses travel with a traditionally schooled kid, a home schooled kid, and permutations between the two. This section really does make the case for world travel and exploration, not for homeschooling per se. She then has a huge resource section. The book liberally uses personal accounts that make the information more consumable. Her small conversation about adventure and having children is worth reading just for itself -- not maudlin or cliche, just simple, sincere, and useful. I was also impressed by her ability to lightly fold in perspectives that in other environments might seem to conflict a bit with each other, but which in the book are just background illustrations that decorate the main points. Religion and politics, in other words, are not strictly banned from the discussions but don't get in the way at all, in any direction. What didn't I like? Hmm. I'm not as big a fan of Khan (of Khan Academy) as she is, because the site seems to have lost its original focus on independent and non-ideological learning and allied itself with standard public school district methods and politics. But I could be wrong. I think she underestimates the financial barriers to travel, also. I find that folks who are middle class don't quite understand that not everyone is in their situation -- the "just give up your daily Starbucks and you will soon have enough money to travel to Ecuador" sort of mindset (not that the author says anything like that, just trying to explain what I mean). My family might have a dozen bought coffees a year, and I know folks who can't even afford canned Folgers. If your household income is $25,000 a year (and for many people it is), then being told you can save money by traveling so that your yearly expenses are only $40,000 a year can make a gal laugh. This probably sounds unfair -- it's all right if not everyone can afford to follow most of the book's advice, that's life. It's also true that (as the book says) we often think we can't afford to do things that we can do. I just think that section might be the least helpful, for some. But even given that, I find her take on world schooling generous enough to account for most economic situations -- she spends a good deal of time discussing the many variations on the world schooling theme, with some pretty financially accessible in themselves and good as beginning steps to broader programs. Last note, one of the best points of the text was presented early on -- the importance of the confidence gained by being able to function competently in a real world situation. I think this is the best case to be made for atypical education, with world schooling being one of the variations best suited to creating that competence and confidence. Time to finally get the passports. . . . . .

  3. 4 out of 5

    Cody Ray

    This was a good intro to world schooling for those completely new to it. The author is admittedly not an experienced world schooler herself and presents this as a compilation of her research into the subject. However, that's counterbalanced by many quotes and summaries from her interviews with 8-10 experienced world schoolers. The author provides multiple "systems" for world schooling depending on how much travel and how much structured education you and your family want. Lots of great examples This was a good intro to world schooling for those completely new to it. The author is admittedly not an experienced world schooler herself and presents this as a compilation of her research into the subject. However, that's counterbalanced by many quotes and summaries from her interviews with 8-10 experienced world schoolers. The author provides multiple "systems" for world schooling depending on how much travel and how much structured education you and your family want. Lots of great examples and ideas in here, as well as resources to continue diving deeper.

  4. 4 out of 5

    C.A. Gray

    Loved this book! I just heard that "world schooling" was a thing from one of my homeschool mom friends, and the idea captured my imagination. I loved reading about how different parents do it... opens up whole new worlds (no pun intended) of possibilities for education. So much more adventurous than the typical educational experience! Loved this book! I just heard that "world schooling" was a thing from one of my homeschool mom friends, and the idea captured my imagination. I loved reading about how different parents do it... opens up whole new worlds (no pun intended) of possibilities for education. So much more adventurous than the typical educational experience!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Fransu

    Thank You very much Ashley for giving me and many others a birds eye view into world schooling. This was a short and simple book to give you some real life experiences and ideas from those that have walked the path. The author has clearly done her research and provides many resources in the book.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Christina Santorello

    I’m inspired by the idea of this lifestyle. The author collected a lot of useful information and anecdotal stories to encourage possibility.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Migdalia

    Just what I was looking for! Although at times it felt like she was relying too much on the interviews, this book has everything you need to start your worldschooling journey. It's a complete guide on how to revolutionize your child's education with worldschooling. It really delivers! I highly recommend this book to anyone considering worldschooling. Just what I was looking for! Although at times it felt like she was relying too much on the interviews, this book has everything you need to start your worldschooling journey. It's a complete guide on how to revolutionize your child's education with worldschooling. It really delivers! I highly recommend this book to anyone considering worldschooling.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jacquelyn Johnson

    Do you often wish you'd gotten a better education - not just beyond secondary school, but when you were much younger and still excited about learning? And also when learning was so easy, because it was fun...and you wonder, what could have been different? And what could I do now to make sure my own children, or grandchildren have that richer, happier experience? Ashley Dymock De Tello's book has the answer. We don't need to make children ready for the world, forcing them to sit still and be quie Do you often wish you'd gotten a better education - not just beyond secondary school, but when you were much younger and still excited about learning? And also when learning was so easy, because it was fun...and you wonder, what could have been different? And what could I do now to make sure my own children, or grandchildren have that richer, happier experience? Ashley Dymock De Tello's book has the answer. We don't need to make children ready for the world, forcing them to sit still and be quiet, waiting out the years until they are old enough to make their own way in life. Rather, we need to use the world as their teacher. It's easy to dismiss this idea as something that might work...perhaps...for the wealthy...but the author shows how almost any family can enrich their child's life with the broader education available beyond school walls and regimented classrooms. This isn't to say that traditional education is wrong...but it is deeply flawed and has been for a long time. It crushes the creativity and deadens the spirit of too many children. If you agree (and perhaps you were one of these children who found traditional education rigid and mind-numbingly boring) this is a book you won't want to miss. Especially recommended for concerned legislators, educators and parents who want to raise creative, inspired, compassionate, thoughtful and productive world citizens.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sara

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    C L

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    Finnternational

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    Jasmine

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    Adam R. Bourne

  18. 5 out of 5

    Terrence Branley

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jen

    Loved it!

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    Sara Gray

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    Ron

  22. 5 out of 5

    gary unruh

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    Dana Huraimi

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  29. 4 out of 5

    Libraryanne

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    Tom

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