Posts Tagged ‘ Higher Education ’

Free-Ed.net

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Free-Ed.net

Free-Ed.net is “the world’s largest, fastest growing, most highly regarded source of totally free education. Serving the education needs of a global community since 1997. No tuition, no books to buy, no hidden fees It’s free … all of it!” Free-Ed is geared primarily toward adults seeking to continue or supplement their education, but...
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Give me 20.com

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Give me 20.com

Giveme20.com looks like a useful tool. They offer resources by age, discuss setting an allowance, budgets and resources for learning how to manage your money. The site is free and offers many freebies. Here’s their description. If your child treats money like it grows on trees, or magically falls from the sky, let GiveMe20.com...
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Youtube: Fundamental of Public Speaking

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Professor: Deborah Bridges Description: Fundamentals of Public Speaking refines students’ listening and verbal/nonverbal skills, essential to effective communication. In addition to developing and delivering informative and persuasive speeches, students will assess both peer and guest speaker performances to sharpen critiquing skills. Students will further demonstrate competence in the incorporation of technology used in professional...
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Stanford Engineering Anywhere

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Stanford Engineering Anywhere

Below is a great homeschool resource from Stanford. It seems that more and more colleges are offering open source type classes on the Internet. SEE programming includes one of Stanford’s most popular engineering sequences: the three-course Introduction to Computer Science taken by the majority of Stanford undergraduates, and seven more advanced courses in artificial...
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“Free” homeschooling curriculum

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My newsreader settings include blog entries, and a blog post about free homeschooling curriculum was included in one of the alerts.  I was intrigued, because many of us like to refer new homeschooling parents to free information to ease their transition into homeschooling. Free curriculum that spell out the process and make themselves readily...
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The Ultimate Guide to Summer Opportunities for Teens

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Prufrock Press recently sent a note announcing the release of The Ultimate Guide to Summer Opportunities for Teens. Their description focused on college entrance, but I think the book would also be useful for those looking for apprenticeships or mentoring opportunities. Part of their description reads: The Ultimate Guide to Summer Opportunities for Teens:...
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“The Day After Graduation”

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The Day After Graduation is written by Francis J. Brazeau is a how to book that explains how to apply for a job, sell a product, become financially independent and more. There is a wonderful you message from the author on a you tube video that can be viewed here. You can read a...
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Autodidactic Press

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Autodidactic Press is a favorite among many homeschoolers. Often, individuals who were homeschooled go on to be life long learners and Autodidactic Press offers a wealth of of information to explore. There site says: Self-education is the essence of genuine learning. Self-education provides the vitality that enables us to turn information into knowledge and...
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CLEP Testing

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What is CLEP Testing? CLEP is the College-Level Examination Program. Collegeboard.com explains it well. They write: About CLEP Shorten your path to a college degree — with CLEP! The College-Level Examination Program® or CLEP provides students of any age with the opportunity to demonstrate college-level achievement through a program of exams in undergraduate college...
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West Texas A &M University’s Free College Algebra Tutorial

From the site: “If you need help in college algebra, you have come to the right place. Note that you do not have to be a student at WTAMU to use any of these online tutorials. They were created as a service to anyone who needs help in these areas of math.” Visit them...
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