Welcome to the July 27, 2011 edition of a homeschooling carnival.
Jennifer presents Homeschooling with a Chronically ill Child posted at Coplings Hobbit Hole, saying, “I wrote this article after a year of homeschooling a child with a long term illness. It was such a hard year for me. I was hoping to encourage other moms going through the same thing, and at the same time, myself.”
Kelli Miller presents How to find the Best Homeschooling Deals posted at 3 Boys and a Dog Deals, saying, “I use this menu planning sheet for my own weekly planning and since getting the new deals site going, it seemed like a good time to share it with you.”
technology & higher learning
jared h presents Free College Education from Elite Colleges posted at RICH AS CHOCOLATE, saying, “Ever wanted to listen to some of the best lectures in the nation from your own home for FREE. This article details how to listen to Harvard Business School lectures, Stanford Medical School lectures, Yale’s Finance lectures, and more for free. What better way to learn than from the best mind’s in America?”
Charles Chua C K presents 10 Essential Things a College Student Should Learn posted at All About Living with Life.
Eadwine Walter presents 25 Incredible Online Grading Apps That No Teacher Should Live Without posted at Masters in Education, saying, “Technology has changed many things in education. Specifically, teachers can now use online tools to help them with many aspects of their occupation, including grading.”
Gust Lenglet presents Consider Accelerated BSN Schools posted at Accelerated BSN Schools, saying, “Accelerated BSN schools are specifically designed for people who already have bachelors degrees unrelated to nursing. For example, perhaps you have a degree in a liberal arts field, or maybe your degree is in a less booming field of science.”
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 August 10, 2011.