Welcome to the September 15, 2010 edition of a homeschooling carnival.
Ryan_Taft presents What’s the Point? A New Look at TFA Motivation Systems posted at Teaching Family Services, saying, “Families seek services for their children to help them learn social, academic, life and coping skills that will enable them to be healthy and contributing members of their family and communities. Motivation systems occur naturally in the environment to help create desired behaviors in people. When these acts do NOT occur within the youth’s normal daily activities, artificial motivation is needed to help individuals find success and happiness.”
Pamela Jorrick presents Not a Chicken posted at Blah, Blah, Blog, saying, “A lot of learning that happens in my family surrounds the many animals we have. The chicken in this post is one of our favorites, and has inspired a number of projects from custom coop building to attempted chicken training.”
Tatiana presents Audiobooks posted at World Star Academy, saying, “We are using audiobooks now for our homeschool. This post is written for both homeschooling parents and their students, describing what’s available online”
Matt O’Brien presents 50 Best Blogs for Homeschooling Dads posted at Online Masters, saying, “More and more dads are making the decision to stay-at-home and homeschool their children. Whether you’re a dad handling one child or a clan of kids, there’s always more to learn as you play the role of both parent and educator on a daily basis.”
FLeonard presents Education – A View From Ghana posted at Year In America, saying, “A blog about our transition from being a school going family in Australia, to a homeschooling family in Ghana, West Africa.”
Milton Berlinger55 presents 50 Special Ed Teachers and Experts Worth Following on Twitter posted at Masters in Special Education, saying, “Special Education is one of the most challenging teaching areas. Because of this, there are many great experts who share their thoughts on twitter for the benefit of all.”
Leonard Gilhooley x presents Top 20 Famous Contributors to the Special Education Field posted at Masters in Special Education, saying, “Special education is essential, as even children with special needs require schooling. To that end, this list defines some of the greatest contributers to the field.”
Alvaro Cramton presents 50 Worthy Open Courseware Classes for Teachers posted at Masters in Teaching, saying, “Here are 50 open courseware classes that teachers can use to improve their skills, and find creative ways to interact with their students.”
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Aaliyah Williams presents 50 Awesome YouTube Videos Every Bible Scholar Should Watch posted at Accredited Online Bible Colleges, saying, “Bible Study can be both challenging and rewarding. These 50 YouTube videos are both informative and interesting and can be quite helpful for bible study.”
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 September 29, 2010.