Welcome to the November 10, 2010 edition of a homeschooling carnival.
Eadwine Walter presents Top 50 Christian Video Sites posted at A Blog of Biblical Proportions, saying, “As with any other study, the Internet is home to Christian videos that can inform, educate and expand your knowledge about Christianity, Bible studies and the Christian way of life.”
AnnieKate presents Review: Raising Real Men posted at Tea Time with Annie Kate, saying, “This parenting book, recommended by the president of HSLDA, will greatly benefit homeschooling parents of boys.”
Scott Palat presents A Reading Strategy That Works- Anticipation/Reaction Guides posted at Colleen Palat.
Zach Macias presents 17 Excellent YouTube Videos to Learn About Early Childhood Education posted at Masters in Elementary Education, saying, “If you’re interested in early childhood education as a career, you no doubt want to learn more about the field. These 17 videos can help significantly with that goal.”
Maggie Larche presents A Virtual Catholic School posted at Free Market Mommy, saying, “This blog post combined both home education and technology. It highlights a private Catholic virtual school that can be used to supplement (or even entirely provide) homeschooling curriculum. Thanks!”
Miss Nirvana presents Creating Nirvana: Homeschooling on a Rainy Day: Rain Dancer posted at Creating Nirvana.
Robin Phillips presents 3 Great Magazines for Homeschooled Kids – Crack the Egg posted at Crack the Egg, saying, “Thanks for hosting this! I appreciate the work involved. Robin”
technology & higher learning
Caroline Mukisa presents Online Maths Programs – Time to Ditch your Maths Workbooks? | Maths Insider posted at Maths Insider.
Tyra Ronan presents Top 25 Academic Search Engines posted at Dual Masters Degrees, saying, “One of the most powerful tools in learning is search. With that in mind this list of 25 academic search engines is an excellent resource.”
Alvaro Cramton presents What Are the Largest Online Universities in the US? posted at top 10 online universities, saying, “The largest online universities have managed to makes names for themselves. Even if you have never considered online schooling you may know some of these names because of aggressive advertising campaigns and their general popularity.”
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