deschool

deschool

(ˌdiːˈskuːl)
vb
(Education) (tr) to separate education from the institution of school and operate through the pupil's life experience as opposed to a set curriculum

deschool


Past participle: deschooled
Gerund: deschooling

Imperative
deschool
deschool
Present
I deschool
you deschool
he/she/it deschools
we deschool
you deschool
they deschool
Preterite
I deschooled
you deschooled
he/she/it deschooled
we deschooled
you deschooled
they deschooled
Present Continuous
I am deschooling
you are deschooling
he/she/it is deschooling
we are deschooling
you are deschooling
they are deschooling
Present Perfect
I have deschooled
you have deschooled
he/she/it has deschooled
we have deschooled
you have deschooled
they have deschooled
Past Continuous
I was deschooling
you were deschooling
he/she/it was deschooling
we were deschooling
you were deschooling
they were deschooling
Past Perfect
I had deschooled
you had deschooled
he/she/it had deschooled
we had deschooled
you had deschooled
they had deschooled
Future
I will deschool
you will deschool
he/she/it will deschool
we will deschool
you will deschool
they will deschool
Future Perfect
I will have deschooled
you will have deschooled
he/she/it will have deschooled
we will have deschooled
you will have deschooled
they will have deschooled
Future Continuous
I will be deschooling
you will be deschooling
he/she/it will be deschooling
we will be deschooling
you will be deschooling
they will be deschooling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been deschooling
you have been deschooling
he/she/it has been deschooling
we have been deschooling
you have been deschooling
they have been deschooling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been deschooling
you will have been deschooling
he/she/it will have been deschooling
we will have been deschooling
you will have been deschooling
they will have been deschooling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been deschooling
you had been deschooling
he/she/it had been deschooling
we had been deschooling
you had been deschooling
they had been deschooling
Conditional
I would deschool
you would deschool
he/she/it would deschool
we would deschool
you would deschool
they would deschool
Past Conditional
I would have deschooled
you would have deschooled
he/she/it would have deschooled
we would have deschooled
you would have deschooled
they would have deschooled
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References in periodicals archive ?
A deconstructive touch is called for, exposing the assumptions that organize higher education and the university classroom and encouraging students to deschool (in Ivan Illich's phrase) themselves.
Education for survival and the unlearning of newly irrelevant behaviours/ knowledge is supported by the work of Ivan Illich and his call to deschool society replacing traditional classroom learning methods with cooperatively initiated learning webs (1970).
To decolonize IR is to deschool oneself from the discipline in its current dominant manifestations: to remember international relations, one needs to forget IR.
My readings and ruminations pushed me to deschool myself and my classrooms.
But it also means that we must deschool our communities and perhaps all of society.