Welcome to the April 14, 2010 edition of a homeschooling carnival.
Alisha Harmann presents Everything You Need to Know About Careers in Special Education posted at Masters in Special Education, saying, “From the personal experiences of Special Education teachers to learning about all the job options for helping children with disabilities, here is what you need to know to prepare yourself to be a very special educator.”
Alisha Harmann presents The 5 Best ?Dot Gov? Websites About American History posted at Masters in History, saying, “Whether you are a historian, student, or a curious citizen, the Federal Government offers a wide variety of websites on US History.”
Wise Bread presents Top 5 Economy Based Board Games that Make You Think posted at Wisebread.
Herbert Anderson presents 6 reasons to read to your child everyday posted at Masters in Elementary Education, saying, “We all know that reading to our children is important, but it’s good to remind ourselves exactly why. Here are six reasons why that bedtime story is a can’t-miss event.”
Mrs. White presents Efficient Teaching ideas for Busy Homeschooling Mothers Part Four posted at The Legacy of Home, saying, “Teaching Mental Math Skills”
Rowena Hebert presents How to Raise a Brilliant, Bilingual Baby: 100 Tips, Tools, & Tricks posted at AccreditedOnlineColleges.org.
Diane Diego presents 17 Beautiful Infographics to Learn About the Human Body posted at LVN to BSN, saying, “There are a number of fascinating things to learn about the body as a whole, and its individual systems. Here are 17 infographics that can help you learn about the human body.”
Fred Lee presents Reading Achievement and Environment: A Cozy Relationship posted at Parenting Squad.
technology & higher learning
Bluehippo Avalonne presents 7 Little Known Ways to Go to College for Free posted at Masters in Higher Education, saying, “Paying for college continues to be a tremendous barrier that prevents thousands of students from achieving their dreams. While there is always the traditional route of taking out thousands of dollars in loans, this option leaves the student in debt with high interest rates.”
Herbert Aitken presents What Are The Advantages Of Distance Learning Vs Traditional Learning? | How To E-D-U posted at How To E-D-U, saying, “While most student do still attend traditional campus colleges for their advanced degree, going to college online is becoming more and more popular.”
Allison Johanson presents 10 Essential Web Tools for Art Teachers posted at Masters in Art Education, saying, “From gathering inspiration to finding How To articles, to giving yourself a quick primer in obscure art movements before you teach them to your pupils, the internet is the best resource out there for art teachers and artists.”
Don Wallace presents How to: Study Every World Religion for Free, with Open Courseware posted at Masters of Divinity, saying, “If you seize the opportunities given to you by the internet, and specifically the proliferation of open courseware, you can learn about religion – for free. This is a simple how-to guide for studying religion, online, without having to pay a dime.”
Ava Jones presents 52 Totally Awesome Science Experiments You Can Do At Home posted at Phlebotomy Technician Schools, saying, “Are you a homeschooler, tech geek, or just someone with a love of science and some time to kill? Then you will love the below 52 totally awesome science experiments you can do at home.”
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