Do unschoolers set goals? I think sometimes we do and sometimes we just fly without goals.
And sometimes our dreams become our goals.
Big Hairy Audacious Goals in fact.
"Enter the B-HAG into our family. Suddenly I'm on a radical learning curve led by my kids. It dawned on me that instead of micro-managing their experiences, I could throw myself into their big dreams by offering the kind of support that an adult can give to a young person - I can drive, I can look stuff up in the phone book, on the Internet and in the community papers, I can fix hair to look like Lizzie Bennett."
And sometimes, too, are goals are by products of the time and discussions and life we live along the way. For unschooling is both quality and quantity time.
We lean on a truck and learn alongside.
"Women talk face to face, they say, but men lean side by side on a truck. Another version of leaning on a truck is fishing: facing the same way, doing the same thing. Traditionally these days parents and children move in different spheres and do different things, but unschooling families mix ages and activities."