Welcome to the September 14, 2011 edition of a homeschooling carnival.
Anna Eaton presents Science Matters Launch posted at Anna K. Eaton, Ph.D., SAHM, saying, “Please help me promote this free online tutoring forum, where students can go and ask question and scientists will answer them.”
Roxanne Porter presents 10 Great Online Tutoring Websites posted at NannyPro.com, saying, “Oh to have had this kind of help when I was in my prime and had a yen to learn. Well I still do, and even though the sites I list below may not be for everyone, I am so glad they are there offering help to students who have trouble in their learning of certain subjects.”
Amy Broadmoore presents Read Around the World: Highlights posted at Delightful Children’s Books, saying, “In this Read Around the World wrap-up post, I highlight the very best resources I have discovered for teaching kids about countries around the world. Here are our favorite picture books and authors as well as links to fantastic international recipes, activities, and book reviews. I hope that this post will inspire parents and teachers to Read Around the World with their kids.”
Melanie Grant presents How To Get Those Kiddie Engines Running in the Morning posted at Mel’s Mouthful on Mothering.
Stephen Hayes presents 15 Fictional Professors We Wish Were Real posted at 15 Fictional Professors We Wish Were Real, saying, “Professors make for great characters in fictional works. Whether they play the part of protagonists, or as supportive guidance for students in key roles, their intellect and authority seem to keep stories moving along and interesting.”
dixon.marino presents The 20 Oldest Books of All Time posted at Master of Library Science, saying, “If someone were to ask you what the oldest book you could think of was, you most likely wouldn’t name one from this list. We often forget just how old literature is. The oldest literature dates back as far as 2600 BC. This list of the twenty oldest books of all time offers a look at the thought process of early civilizations and represent the cultural heritage of us all.”
Eva Ardenav presents Top 20 Most Extravagant Libraries in the World posted at Library Science Degree, saying, “The knowledge and history in a library is beautiful in its own right, however some have other beauty in the fine materials they’re made of or the wide open spaces of their structures. These are twenty of the most extravagant and beautiful libraries that you can visit around the world.”
technology & higher learning
Annette presents Higher Education: Economic Boon or Bubble? posted at CreditDonkey.com Tips, saying, “Is college still worth it? Let’s take a look at student debt and demographics and the resulting employment and earnings.”
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