Imagine an unschool where there is no curriculum - because we believe that children can decide what they want to learn, how much they want to learn. Children rather develop a set of key 35 objectives over all the years of schooling (and life).
Imagine an unschool where there is no teaching - because we believe that children can decide how they want to learn - on their own, with each other and from various resources. We are there to guide them, where they need us.
Imagine an unschool where there are no classes - because we believe that when children learn and teach each other - there is no need to separate them based on ages. We simply learn from whomsoever we can.
Imagine an unschool where there are no tests and exams - because we believe that children can assess themselves. Also because children do not need to learn for some external objective (marks) but for their own love for learning.
Imagine Aarohi, a life-school - where learning happens because children want to learn from their life - for their life.
Imagine an unschool which does not make the learning easy. Children like it challenging.
Imagine an unschool which does not make the learning obvious. We make it confusing.
Imagine an unschool which does not make the learning interesting. Children work from their interest.
Imagine an unschool which guarantees one definitive outcome - that all learning will be self discovery.
Imagine an unschool thats not a restaurant, rather a kitchen.
We have no dish to offer. We do not serve our children any learning on a platter. We aren't cooking to satisfy the children.
We're like a kitchen: Raw material and tools (resources) of all kinds are available. Children are challenged to cook for themselves, to create own learning, to explore, experiment for own reasons, to satisfy own hunger.