Welcome to the November 24, 2010 edition of a homeschooling carnival.
Roy Twogood Jr. presents It’s Here! It’s Finally Here! OLIN’S Brand New Winter Catalog! Almost 200 Pages! posted at OLIN e-Book e-Publishing, saying, “In our catalog are many tools to aid homeschooled kids. Reading, math and other printable flash cards and games to make learning fun. No need to disclose any private information just to download the catalog or the up to twenty free gifts within. We’re sure you and your readers will love our catalog, give it a look and see.Thanks! (The catalog is informational/Educational ‘How To’ & DIY e-Products! The only e-Product catalog available!)”
Jennifer Meyer presents 33 Indispensable Open Courseware Tools: Search, Browse, and Bookmark posted at Masters in Educational Administration, saying, “If you are interested in open courseware, here are 33 tools that can help you search, browse and bookmark so that you can enhance your learning efforts.”
Wise Bread presents Preparing for Family Emergencies with Cloud Computing posted at Wisebread.
technology & higher learning
Zach Macias presents 19 Essential Web Applications to Help You Choose a College posted at Online Radiology Schools, saying, “Choosing a college is usually not an easy decision. There are so many colleges out there, and each one has its own unique advantages. But, there are some web applications that can definitely help you choose the college that is perfect for you.”
Baily Hayden presents Top 50 Art Education Blogs posted at Masters in Art Education, saying, “One excellent thing about the internet is that it allows professionals a medium to share their knowledge and experience through blogging. For art education information, one should consult this list of 50 blogs.”
Virginia Hensley presents Top 25 Facebook Apps for Educators posted at Masters in Special Education, saying, “Facebook and social media has changed many things in education. The best teachers will understand and embrace these changes. The applications on this list can help significantly in this regard.”
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