Welcome to the December 23, 2009 edition of educarnival v2.
Twas the night before Christmas when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse…
BUT, lots of educators were stirring with great posts about a variety of topics! Thanks to everyone for participating!
I hope you enjoy this week’s edition! If you see any mistakes, errors, or just plain goof ups, please contact me at successfulteaching (at) gmail (dot) com and I will try to correct it as soon as possible!
Now, without further ado, let the good times roll…
Clix thought I should share this post and we look forward to what everyone else thinks about it so here is my post on Who Has More Rights?
Darren presents Right on the Left Coast: Views From a Conservative Teacher: Throwing Teachers Out Of Their Homes And Onto The Streets? posted at Right on the Left Coast: Views From a Conservative Teacher, saying, "Teachers union president says something so goofy that it makes all teachers in that district look bad!"
Angela Martin presents 100 Essential Lifehacks Every Student Should Know Online College Tips - Online Colleges posted at Online Colleges.org.
Kristie Lewis presents 100 Best Reference Tools for Homeschoolers Online Colleges posted at Online Colleges.net.
Lisa Taylor presents Top 45 Websites to Look for Christian Scholarships posted at Online University Reviews.
Chris Baker presents How Exactly Do College Rankings Work? — Online College Rankings posted at online college rankings 2010.
Stealth Persona presents 7 Awesome Social Media Sites for Computer Scientists and Engineers posted at Online Engineering Programs.
Adrian Peterson presents 7 Sites for Your Daily Dose of Health How-to?s and Tips posted at Online PhD in Nursing.
Alvaro Fernandez presents Michael Merzenich on Brain Training, Assessments, and Personal Brain Trainers posted at SharpBrains, saying, "Here's a stimulating interview with brain scientist Michael Merzenich. Who will be the "personal brain trainers" of the future?"
Albie presents 4 More NLP exercises by Bandler: Exams, Study, Motivation, Money posted at iDevelopWorld.
Angela Martin presents 100 Incredibly Useful Links for Teaching and Studying Shakespeare posted at Online Colleges.org.
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