Welcome to the February 24, 2010 edition of a homeschooling carnival.
I have once again edited out several spam type posts.
Peggy Stoppelmoor presents 50 Incredibly Weird Facts About the Human Body posted at BSN Program, saying, “Our bodies truly are amazing. You might be surprised at what your body is capable of after reading these 50 weird facts about the human body.”
technology and higher learning
Herbert Aitken presents 25 Most Famous College Professors Teaching Today posted at College Stats.org, saying, “You might also want to learn more about the professors who teach at the school of your choice. Are they published? Is their work cited in other scholarly publications? Are they famous — perhaps, even infamous?”
Gracyqueen presents 50 Free Career Aptitude Tests That Everyone Should Take posted at AccreditedOnlineColleges.org.
Ally Peterson presents The Ultimate Guide to SAT Test Statistics posted at College Stats.org, saying, “The SAT is owned, published and developed by the College Board, which is a non-profit organization that claims the SAT can determine whether or not a person is ready for college. But, how valid is this test, and how well do you need to score to enter the college of your choice. Even further — do you really need to take the SAT?”
Diana Diego presents Which College Scholarships Are Easy to Get? We Have the Data posted at College Stats.org, saying, “There are loads of scholarships available to students who need a little extra cash to pay for their expenses, some of those scholarships are actually pretty easy to get.”
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of a homeschooling carnival using our carnival submission form. The next edition of a homeschooling carnival will be available on March 10, 2010.