Photographer Rachel paabo captures children learning outside the classroom.
As criticism of America’s education and fast-paced culture continues to grow, more and more parents are choosing to teach their children against traditional classes.
Photographer Rachel Papo in 2010 with her husband and daughter moved to New York’s Woodstock, , spent two years filming the unconventional family education of children, the purpose is in a unique learning environment to capture the spirit of the children.
“I chose a special focus on the routine of life and children, try to capture their spirit, and the traditional four grew up outside the classroom walls,” PAPO said, in her Kickstarter  for her right to photo series, “tutor”, can through the written form on the website order $50 or more in advance.
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Artist: a little girl USES chalk to draw on a huge blackboard in her room, twice the size of the classroom.
Nature: photographer Rachel Papo says some families have decided to let their children have classes at home so they can study in nature and oppose it in the classroom.
Play: a little girl with her mother and teacher looks at the hoop happily.
One with animals: the boy’s parents chose to incorporate the wild animal education and practical skills into his daily study, and the opposition was on the school bus.
Spirit: “I choose to focus on the children’s lives and habits, and try to capture their spirit, as well as in the traditional significance of four grew up beyond the wall of the classroom,” said Papo on her starting point,
Instead of traditional education: “as the us education system has increased criticism of parents, the appeal of home-schooling has increased. Coupled with today’s increasingly fast-paced, interconnected culture, this seems like a natural choice for many families, “Papo wrote.
Timetable: “when I took them, I always allow myself to escape their mysterious and magical world – the world emphasize embrace nature in the natural environment, cultivate imagination”, Papo wrote
“Although it’s still a controversial and hotly debated topic, the number of children in the United States is growing rapidly,” said Papo, who made a video game for a little boy.
Another view: “it took me two years to study my photographic work, and it turned out to be a quiet reflection from the family education movement, from a child’s point of view,” the photographer said.
Pious: some families choose to stay at home education their children so that they can focus on their religion.
This series amplifies the lives of children who study, sleep and play in the Catskill Mountains.
“As the us education system has increased criticism of parents, family education has become more and more attractive. Coupled with today’s increasingly fast-paced, interconnected culture, this choice seems to be a natural choice for many families, Papo wrote.
“Although it remains a controversial and hotly debated topic, the number of children in the United States is growing rapidly. In the past year and a half, she added, I’ve been photographing a few families in the Catskills family, education.
Some children play with the animals in nature, while the other children learn the magnificent leaves from their old relatives.
Some families believe that they will learn nature in the school bus or classroom.
According to the press release Woodstock photography center, other families choose the education of their children at home, so that they can focus on religion, music, or more to foster or rich environment.
“It took me two years to do a photographic study, and it turned out to be a quiet meditation from the family education movement, from the child’s point of view. When I photographed them, I allowed myself to escape from their mystical magical world each time – the world emphasizes embracing nature in the natural environment and cultivating imagination, “Papo wrote.
According to the raise of Papo website, due to the success of Kickstarter campaign, has raised $15559 from $27000 target, Germany photography and art publishers Kehrer Verlag Homeschooled will be launched in 2016 as a hardcover, 120 pages of AD.
Those promising to be invited in New York’s book launch and photo series are expected sometime next October.
Nap time: a family child takes a nap in the snow and takes a break from all the studies.
Rachel Papo wants to capture a child’s perspective in their unique learning and living space. The picture here is a little girl’s name is real.
Nature’s classroom: children from education families choose to nurture their creativity by learning nature.
Music producer: others choose to have their children at home education so they can focus on making music or art.
Interest: in 2010, she and her husband and her baby daughter moved to Woodstock, New York, to take pictures.
Study in person: how she’s interested in how each family chooses education their kids?
Work: some parents try to teach their children practical skills, rather than letting them learn in a stupid environment.
Read: brothers and sisters in the catskills mountain home, is also twice the school.
Cooking: a young girl cooks in the kitchen as part of her family school education in the catskill mountains.