Lainie Liberti: Global education through world travel

November 5, 2014 | ,

Lainie Liberti and her nine-year-old son, Miro, left the U.S. in 2009 for what was going to be a one-year adventure—and they’re still going! Continuing their slow travel through Central and South America, they allow inspiration to be their compass. Along the way they’ve taken a global approach to education, using the world as their classroom.

Most Memorable Location-Independent Experiences
There are too many to describe, but we have fond memories of all the incredible people we’ve met along the way.

Biggest Surprise along the Way
That there is no difference between life, travel, and learning.

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In this episode

  • Embarking on this lifestyle as a single parent
  • How Miro became fluent in Spanish without any formal study
  • Project-based learning, unschooling, and world schooling defined
  • Why and how she and Miro created a unique learning community for kids
  • Why the world is a safe place—and she wants everyone to know it
  • How travel changed her relationship to money
  • And much more
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Resources we talked about

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