Unschooling Journal Oct 3 – 9, 2021

Unschooling Journal Oct 3 – 9, 2021

Highlights of the week: This week, I started working on Brilliant! I also worked on the SIA (Send—In Assignment) for NVOL math, and I also did the science Learning Guide, which was basically a bunch of questions about biology! Other than that, I thought about...
Trojan Asteroids

Trojan Asteroids

Image credit: https://theplanets.org/what-are-the-trojan-asteroids/ Trojan asteroids are very neat. Bound into a stable configuration by gravity, these are the remnants of the early solar system. What are the Trojan asteroids? Let’s begin by going back over four...

Unschooling Journal Sep 27 – Oct 2, 2021

Monday: Today, I worked on (and finished) my writing project about star size. I also started the North Vancouver Online School (NVOL) cross-enrollment program, and I started working on my two subjects (math and science). I also did What In The World (WITW) about...
Star Size Comparison

Star Size Comparison

Cover Image Credit: Kurzgesagt There are over 100 billion stars in the Milky Way alone, and quadrillions more in the universe. They make up almost all the matter in the universe, and they can be huge! Let’s look at some of the largest stars in the universe.   Things...
Unschooling Journal Sep 20-27, 2021

Unschooling Journal Sep 20-27, 2021

Monday: Today, I learned about capacitors and capacitance for science. I also continued learning about curvature. I actually knew the basic concept of curvature, but they recently updated the curvature playlist, so I went and watched that. Not only that, but I also...