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Links 1 through 10 of 23 by Chris Turner tagged education

"Start your own online academy, completely free."

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All I could think of while reading this was "This is news? This guy is surprised by the response?"

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Web page of Wheaton English professor and author Alan Jacobs, writer of "The Narnian: The Life and Imagination of C.S. Lewis", among others.

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"'Parents do not have a constitutional right to home school their children,' Justice H. Walter Croskey wrote in a Feb. 28 opinion..." Funny, I can't find anything in the Constitution expressly prohibiting parents from homeschooling their children.

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Gever Tulley, founder of the Tinkering School, discusses how our children these days are over-protected. They should: Play With Fire; Own a Pocket Knife; Throw a Spear; Deconstruct Appliances; Break the DMCA; Drive a Car. Video's about 9 minutes long.

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As it says: an incredibly fast dictionary, though I think I still prefer Ninjawords, which has a permanent place in my browser's bookmark bar.

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$50-per-year kid-friendly search engine, supposed to help children avoid adult-oriented content while they search the web.

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NASA has finally provided a RSS feed for its popular Astronomy Picture of the Day site (popularly known as APOD). Point your news readers to http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod.rss

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"Researchers have found that 10 basic social skills such as taking turns, listening and simply being nice are just as important to children’s academic success as the subjects they study..."

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I wish I could have had a PowerBook when I was in college, but the first, the PowerBook 100, was released the fall semester of my senior year, & was way too expensive for my family to afford. I wonder if Ballmer & Bill look at pictures like this & cringe.

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