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Put your game face on #AFRL #gametime

Petero Civanaceva Awards Night by AFRL. Let the night begin #AFRL #fijibati #digicelpacific @ Canterbury-Hurlstone Park RSL Club
#fiji #jarrydhayne

AFRL ENSPIRE program strikes resounding chord with students - https://go.usa.gov/x549f #EdwardsAirForceBase #STEM #AFRL

Last night's annual Petero Civoniceva Awards Night #AFRL #PeteroAwards #dapper #timberlands

Proud to support young and long standing Fijian Rugby League players that are based in Australia, at the inaugural Petero Civoniceva Awards and Medal Night πŸ…#AFRL #PeteroAwards

When a little means a lot ❀️ Vinaka @australianfijianrugbyleague for allowing me to support a cause I'm passionate about - my Fijian brothers - and in this case, those of all ages, from all walks of life, who dedicate their life to the game of rugby league. πŸ’™ #AFRL #peteroawards

Fourth set of awards πŸ… Presented by Eloni Vunakece, Kane Evans, Api Koroisau, Sitiveni Moceidreke, Marcelo Montoya: 6 x award winners from the Fiji secondary schools games πŸ™ŒπŸ½πŸ™ŒπŸΎπŸ™ŒπŸΏπŸ‡«πŸ‡―πŸ’™ #AFRL #fiji #rugbyleague

The Annual Petero Civonceva Medal & Awards Night πŸ‡«πŸ‡―πŸ‰πŸ’™ #AFRL #PeteroAwards #elsmyfave #tosoviti #lategram @australianfijianrugbyleague

Nightly rituals. #gmgp #afrl @pcrevs

MOST RECENT

31 weeks pregnant and the nesting has begun with vegan cocoa cupcakes with peanut butter icing... I will just leave this here as evidence that I actually did some baking!

This one would be halfway through year 10 at school, and it is really cool to witness this stage of life as our eldest 3 enter tafe, university and real life adventures, at 15, 17 and 19 years old. In school I remember this age as being a time of experimenting with rebelling, trying new and often unsafe things, changing subjects, finding where we fit... It is pretty amazing to see teen life without crazy rebellion. They don't have too much to rebel against. Rather it is a more gradual deepening of their character traits as human beings, a deeper delving in to things that they love to do, more time spent on their passions, a move towards focusing more effort in one direction. *
The active one becomes more and more adventurous, seeking out new challenges, looking for bigger mountains to climb, filling every minute with more interesting things to try. Their personality is becoming very regimented and focused, their reasoning more black and white. I can see them focusing on a career in professional helping or law enforcement as that is where their interests seem to be going. *

The musically creative one gets more creative. Their room is messier. Their book collection grows. They start taking on their own music students, studying humanities and social justice, dressing in more flamboyant clothing, joining committees and groups where they can have a voice and be heard.
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The rebellious one finds minorities to fight for. Becomes an activist and humanitarian. Finds people to help, starts studies in community building, hones in on what they can do and where their energy can be best spent.
It is a process so different to our own, as two people who went to school for most of our lives, and is fascinating to be a part of.
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What are your experiences with your homeschooling/ unschooling teen? Is their life very different to yours at that age??

At our new unschooling group, one of our teen friends brings her new ropes and the big kids help the little kids to master their balancing skills. I couldn't help but pause and think about how many opportunities they might have like this in school? With little ones in 'prep' and 'grade one' learning and looking up to big kids in grade 10 or 12... probably none at all. In the natural environment we learn important skills from people older or more experienced than us. This is something that really excites me about life without school

There is nothing better than meeting a new group of unschooling friends and spending the day at the beach collecting hermit crabs and looking for mermaids in the ocean...

We are coming to the middle of our first year unschooling our littlest one, and I am amazed at how well natural learning works, when school has never been a part of her life. This year I have unobtrusively taken photos of her daily life, to document for the education department, and she has learned so much! At 5 she knows her alphabet and can draw most letters.
She picked up important words and texts them to people on my phone. She has figured out colours and which colours to mix to make secondary colours when painting. We have read about the life cycle of every animal and insect that she can find. We have stacks of library books on bees and bears, mammals and underwater creatures. She is fascinated with how they work and what they do.
She has studied birds in trees and looked up what they are doing (all by herself), learned some Japanese and Italian words and songs from friends and family, read pregnancy books, watched countless documentaries and considers herself a 'rat expert' after quite a few Youtube rat doco's.
She figured out basic addition, with the help of her brother... and I could probably write 50 more paragraphs and it still wouldn't cover this last 6 months!
Children are literally sponges for knowledge. And without forced learning, or pressure to memorise things that they aren't interested in, I am just amazed at how easy and natural learning is for her. How did we, as a society, forget this, along the way?

Half way through this project she said "I can't colour this all in!". I said to her " there is a big difference between 'I can't' and 'I don't want to spend the time doing it'! You CAN if you really want to. If you don't want to spend the time on it, then your phone just won't be purple!". With renewed determination, she set herself to the task and finally finished it. Resilience lesson #1 accomplished πŸ’–πŸ˜πŸ˜‚

She is super proud of her creative efforts in putting together her own 'Mobile phone'

Making her own mobile phone... when you are committed to minimalism and are trying your best not to pollute the planet with more plastic toys... your kids might just become bored enough to make their own πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

Day 1 wrapped with a visit to Air Force Research Lab, Space Vehicles Directorate. Students got to see three small satellites being built for launch, test equipment used to ensure they will work in space, and observe the team communicating with the Spacecraft for High Accuracy Radar Calibration (SHARC) satellite currently in Low Earth Orbit. #bionicstem # drew-camp #afrl #laluzacademy

WHHHHYYY!!!!! WHY YOU GON DO LIKE THAT???!!! 🎧🎡🎢🎼 Old To Me But New To You Guys, tell Me What You Think! 😊😊😊 DANCER: @cautiion_flexx #whyyougondolikethat #WHYYOUGONDOLIKEDAT #teamcautiion #cautiion #cautiionflexx #flexxtheedancer #DanceHallJamaica #Dancehall #afrl #afrobeats #gain #gaintrain @dancehallfunk @worldafrodance @koredebello #afrosound @afro.sounds @niggazwithenjaillement @caribbean_movements

A bouncing ball is put into a nitrogen bath with -200 degrees Look what happens.
#nitrogen #bouncingball #science #repollo98 #AFRL

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