Distance Learning for Preppers

by Todd Walker

I teach in a brick and mortar institution which takes an obscene amount of money to keep the lights on, salaries paid, kids fed, and the yellow school buses rolling.

unschool bus, unschooling, homeschool, distance learning

The fate of the yellow school bus

There’s a growing consensus that our sacred system of compulsory schooling is a waste of time and money. I’m on record as having no disrespect for the teachers and concerned parents in the system. I’m simply pointing out a few observations, raising questions, and offering options.

Options make us anti-fragile.

What if there was a better way to educate yourself and your children? What if the brick and mortar buildings that eerily resemble prisons were no longer needed? What if students were free to follow their true interests without the use and threat of force?

To answer these questions, look no further than the medium that magically made this article appear on your device.

You are engaged in distant learning right now! The world-wide web is world-wide. Why limit yourself and your children to one teacher? You can easily click away from this site (after hanging out here a while!) and learn from anyone around the globe while wearing pajamas.

Here are some excellent distant learning resources for you and your family that I visit frequently for world-class learning:

Education:

Liberty:

General Preparedness:

Homesteading and Food Freedom

Outdoor Survival Skills:

Natural Health

Self-reliance and preparedness happens on an ultra-local level. It all starts with you. Take advantage of these distance learning resources to help you on your journey.

What resources do you find adds value to you? Let us know in the comments!

Keep doing the stuff,

Todd

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