I am almost a week late with the 210th edition of the carnival of education. My life as of late has been rather…fantastic – in the fantastical sense. A glorious grab bag of illness – both personal and familiar – and emotion. I’ve spent much of the past 3 weeks in emergency rooms and intensive care units. I’ve been off work for 3 weeks but returning this morning, which is a good thing since I organized a good bulk of my books by colour yesterday.
Though I’ve been going stir crazy for the past few days, a result of too much time at home and in my head, I could not spend more than a few minutes at a time in front of this computer. I apologize to all of you who wrote these wonderful blog posts and have been eagerly awaiting this last week’s carnival of education.
At this point, I want to get this carnival out there before the last carny truck has been packed up and is rolling on to the next town, so here are the posts! Organized solely by the date they hit my inbox, they are a mix of posts for the pre-pre-pre school to the university graduate covering all kinds of topics from the political to dealing with parents, to selecting schools. There are a few that might be considered our advertisements of the week and even one post about dating. I figured I’d include it in honour of Le Saint Valentin.
ESN presents How to Get Straight A?s in College (with Minimal Effort) posted at Universities and Colleges.
Bogusia Gierus presents Subtractions and Decomposing Numbers | Nucleus Learning posted at Nucleus Learning.
Larry Ferlazzo presents The Best Places To Find Free (And Good) Lesson Plans On The Internet posted at Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day….
Alvaro Fernandez presents Learning about Learning: an Interview with Joshua Waitzkin posted at SharpBrains.
John presents Stamp Collecting – Introducing Philately to Kids and Free Stamps Giveaway posted at One Family’s Blog.
Graysen Walles presents Teachers, Teaching, Heroes, Sheroes, | The Teachers movement, teachers, teaching tools, teacher resources posted at The Teachers movement, teachers, teaching tools, teacher resources AND Teaching, Teachers, Teaching Career, Education Careers, Public School, Great Careers | The Teachers movement, teachers, teaching tools, teacher resources posted at The Teachers movement, teachers, teaching tools, teacher resources.
Kelly presents Stories from School: Practice meets Policy: Yes We Can posted at Stories from School: Practice meets Policy.
Scott McLeod presents Dangerously Irrelevant: Parents are using online tools to push on schools posted at Dangerously Irrelevant.
Blogger John presents Reductions for Induction: New Teachers Take to the Hill posted at Stories from School: Practice meets Policy.
Soph presents Test Scores Provide Valuable Measure Of Success in D.C. posted at Homeschool & Education News.
Andrea presents Education Headlines Examiner: Colleges are failing to thrive in this economy posted at Education Headlines Examiner.
And Joel submitted, via Twitter, SYWTT Celebrates Two Years – A Brief History (2007) .