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Homeschooling in Canada. Giving birth in Korea. Family travel in Jamaica. These are just a few topics covered in this week's episode of Epic Education Radio.
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Homeschooling in Canada, Korea, and Jamaica
Meet Robyn Robertson, a mother of two and an unschooling advocate. With a bi-cultural heritage and a father who traveled for work, Robyn spent her childhood traveling and learning about new places and cultures.
Now she's doing the same for her kids.
In this Epic Education Radio interview, she talks about family travel in Jamaica, living on a farm in rural Canada, and what it was like to be pregnant and give birth while living in Korea.
Tune in if you're interested in unschooling, third culture kids, travel gear and homeschooling in Canada.
Listen in, and please share!
IN THIS EPISODE
- 01:38 Intro & origins
- 10:13 Living and giving birth in Korea
- 18:05 Korea recommendations
- 20:46 Being a person of color in Korea
- 26:38 Jamaica family travel
- 36:25 Education, homeschooling in Canada and unschooling
- 43:00 Resources
- 47:01 Money
- 54:56 Travel gear
- Names: Robyn Robertson, her husband, and two kids
- Hold passports from: Canada
- Type of travel: Living abroad (Korea) and short-term travel in Jamaica
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Full-on family travel fundamentals. Epic Education Radio is interviews, stories and advice for people who decide to make travel a priority in their family's life...and for those who want to. Tune in each week to hear stories and advice from new traveling families, and hear how they've handled various family travel-related issues like education, socialization, working, budgeting, accommodation, road-parenting, safety, technology and more. We talk gear, websites, apps and other resources for traveling & nomadic families, and answer questions from those who would like to do something similar.
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