Raising Wildlings

S2E23: The Magic and Mystery of Roadschooling with Lisa Crompton

June 14, 2021 Vicci Oliver and Nicki Farrell Season 2 Episode 23
Raising Wildlings
S2E23: The Magic and Mystery of Roadschooling with Lisa Crompton
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Raising Wildlings
S2E23: The Magic and Mystery of Roadschooling with Lisa Crompton
Jun 14, 2021 Season 2 Episode 23
Vicci Oliver and Nicki Farrell

Ever dreamt about hitting the road with your kids and heading outback? Today, homeschooling Mum, Lisa Crompton, tells about what and how she did just that, whilst 'roadschooling' her kids. 

👉  Lisa shares with Nicki

  • The magic and mystery of how children learn without being explicitly taught
  • How she records and documents learning to report to the department 
  • What an average day in her life looks like and how it has changed in the last year
  • Tips on travelling alone with children
  • The easiest way to keep the peace on a roadtrip
  • The importance of trips without scheduled entertainment to allow for daydreaming and creativity
  • Tips for parents looking to begin homeschooling
  • What ignited her switch to homeschooling
  • Her motivational words for parents wanting to take the leap

👉  Opt In

You might like to check out our Wildschooling Car Checklist to help make it easier to get you and your Wildlings out on the road!

https://www.wildlingsforestschool.com/free-downloadables

👉  Links & Resources

email: [email protected]

Instagram @Learning_on_the_road

Kidspot Article

Outschool.com

Book Recc:
Parenting for a Peaceful World by Robin Grille
(you can also listen to our episodes with Robin Grille here)

Guest Details
Lisa Crompton is a wife and mother to two gorgeous kids who are naturally learning without school. They are living on kaurna land in the Adelaide hills and travelling Australia by road at every opportunity they get!

Wildlings Forest School Contact Details

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Show Notes

Ever dreamt about hitting the road with your kids and heading outback? Today, homeschooling Mum, Lisa Crompton, tells about what and how she did just that, whilst 'roadschooling' her kids. 

👉  Lisa shares with Nicki

  • The magic and mystery of how children learn without being explicitly taught
  • How she records and documents learning to report to the department 
  • What an average day in her life looks like and how it has changed in the last year
  • Tips on travelling alone with children
  • The easiest way to keep the peace on a roadtrip
  • The importance of trips without scheduled entertainment to allow for daydreaming and creativity
  • Tips for parents looking to begin homeschooling
  • What ignited her switch to homeschooling
  • Her motivational words for parents wanting to take the leap

👉  Opt In

You might like to check out our Wildschooling Car Checklist to help make it easier to get you and your Wildlings out on the road!

https://www.wildlingsforestschool.com/free-downloadables

👉  Links & Resources

email: [email protected]

Instagram @Learning_on_the_road

Kidspot Article

Outschool.com

Book Recc:
Parenting for a Peaceful World by Robin Grille
(you can also listen to our episodes with Robin Grille here)

Guest Details
Lisa Crompton is a wife and mother to two gorgeous kids who are naturally learning without school. They are living on kaurna land in the Adelaide hills and travelling Australia by road at every opportunity they get!

Wildlings Forest School Contact Details

Website
Facebook
Instagram
Youtube
Pinterest
Linked In

👉 Did You Enjoy This Episode? 

If you enjoyed this episode and the Raising Wildlings podcast generally, we have a favour. Please take two minutes to subscribe, and to write a rating and a review. You can do that on Apple Podcasts right now by clicking here. If you are an Android user, you can follow the podcast on Spotify here and Google Podcasts here. Those actions will help the podcast reach more people, and we would be truly grateful. Thank you so much!

Apple Podcasts 
Spotify
Google Podcasts