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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Carnival of Educators, the "How To" Edition

 Welcome to the March 30, 2010 edition of carnival of educators.

For those of us dedicated to teaching, we learn just as much as the students if not more.  Some of these entries are straight "how to" entries...  The others have hidden lessons. 
How to Use the Internet in Your ClassroomMathew Needleman presents How to Improve Comprehension Scores posted at Creating Lifelong Learners.

Fredric Cernick presents How To Calculate / Read An SAT Score | How To E-D-U posted at How To E-D-U, saying, "Many students opt to take the SAT more than once, as you can submit your second, higher scores to colleges if the first attempt left you with less than desirable numbers."

How to Teach Art to Children, Grades 1-6Andrea Hermitt Presents Mommas have to Socialize Too posted at Notes from a homeschooling mom... Or How to Have a live and homeschool too. 

Carol Richtsmeier presents Spring Break, New York City & Shoe Stores posted at Bellringers. Or How to Survive New York with teenagers.

Liam Goldrick presents Daily Drivel posted at The Education Optimists. Or How to make sense of the National Standards versus School Choice argument.

How to Learn Any LanguageCarol Richtsmeier presents Giving Up, Chucking Sponges & Name Calling posted at Bellringers. Or how to keep your humor in a tough situation. 

Andrea presents Race to the top is an upset, posted at Education Headlines Examiner... Or how to pull the rug out.

Andrea presents Homeschoolers against the Health care bill? posted at Atlanta Homeschooling Examiner.... Or how to think for yourself.

That concludes this edition. Please be advised that this carnival is moving to bi-weekly until I am able to recruit more regular submitters.  I feel that it will also make the carnival meatier with more substantial posts with each edition.  Submit your blog article to the next edition of carnival of educators using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.


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