Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Get Your Carnival Entries Submitted!

Entries for the 182nd edition of The Carnival Of Education (Hosted this week over at The Chancellor's New Clothes.) are due. Please email them to: learnersinherit [at] gmail [dot] com . (Or, easier yet, use this handy submission form.) Submissions should be received no later than 6:00 PM (Eastern) 3:00 PM (Pacific) Today. Contributions should include your site's name, the title of the post, and the post's URL if possible.

Visit last week's midway, hosted by us here at The Education Wonks, right here.

Barring unforeseen circumstances, the midway should open Wednesday.

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

The Carnival Of Education: Week 181

Welcome to the midway of the 181st edition of The Carnival of Education!

Here's the very latest roundup of entries from around the EduSphere. Unless clearly labeled otherwise, all entries this week were submitted by the writers themselves.

Folks interested in hosting a future edition of the C.O.E. should please let us know via this email address: owlshome [at] earthlink [dot] net.

Thanks to everyone who helped spread the word about last week's midway, which was hosted over at SteveSpangler.com. Visit the C.O.E.'s early archives here, later archives there, and our latest entries here.

Next Week's Carnival will be hosted over at The Chancellor's New Clothes. Contributors are invited to use this handy submission form. Entries should be received no later than 9:00 PM (Eastern) 6:00 PM (Pacific) Tuesday, July 29, 2008. Please include the title of your post, and its URL, if possible. Barring any unforeseen circumstances, the midway should open next Wednesday.

Special Note: Due to some disastrous technical troubles, (both hardware and very intermittent dial-up) we are presenting this week's midway "in the raw." That is, (pretty much) as they were submitted on the Blog Carnival submission form. Should corrections be needed, please contact us at: owlshome [at] earthlink [dot] net.

We apologize to our readers and hope that our next effort is more worthy.

Let the free exchange of thoughts and ideas begin!

Thomas J. West presents Building a Private Music Studio #1 - How to Start a Private Music Studio posted at Thomas J. West Music.

DB Williams presents
Educational Process & Product posted at Religion, Politics and More, saying, "The process of teaching is ultimately more important than the educational outcome, or product: testing and grades."

Larry Ferlazzo presents
The Best Online Learning Games — 2008 Larry Ferlazzo's Websites of the Day... posted at Larry Ferlazzo's Websites Of The Day For Teaching ELL, ESL, & EFL.

GrrlScientist presents
Sizzle: A Global Warming Comedy posted at Living the Scientific Life, saying, "a film about global warming by Randy Olson, this film fails miserably to blend humor and science into an entertaining and educational experience"

Q6 presents
Ironically, This Book Can Be Purchased Online posted at Assistive Principles . . ., saying, "Assistant Principal Q6 is reading a new book . . . and it's scaring him to death. Do you believe that technology is an asset to education? Visit and weigh in!"

David Cassell presents
GED Scam posted at selectcoursesblog.com.

Marjorie presents
Upside Down and Backwards and Teaching a Child How to Read at Life Without School.

Denise presents
Free Multiplication Bingo Game posted at Let's play math!, saying, "A free game with downloadable playing boards and number cards. Great for practicing multiplication facts."

Pat presents
Do You Know Where You Are Going? posted at Successful Teaching.

Alvaro Fernandez presents
Learning & the Brain: Resources for Educators posted at SharpBrains: Your Window into the Brain Fitness Revolution, saying, "some of the resources that inform educator Laurie Bartels' understanding of the brain: books, conferences, and websites."

John Holland presents
Creativity: Lightning or Pearl? posted at Circle Time "Lead From The Start", saying, "Creativity, its not just for bivalves any more!"

oldandrew presents
Pointing Out The Obvious posted at Scenes From The Battleground, saying, "British Blog about teaching in tough schools"

Clix presents
Flamingo Fun! posted at Epic Adventures Are Often Uncomfortable.

Clix presents
A Truly Epic Adventure (so far) posted at Epic Adventures Are Often Uncomfortable.

Janine presents
Exam 101 posted at coffee and cigarettes.

Janine presents
coffee and cigarettes posted at coffee and cigarettes.

Joanne Jacobs presents
Juvenile doomsday lit posted at Joanne Jacobs.

Darren presents
Oakland Military Institute posted at Right on the Left Coast: Views From a Conservative Teacher.

Carol Richtsmeier presents
Journalism Workshops, Elevator Rides & Fill In The Blanks posted at Bellringers.

Matt Johnston presents
Stop Hiring Bad Teachers posted at Going to the Mat.

Robert Pondiscio presents
The Unlived Life Is Not Worth Examining posted at The Core Knowledge Blog.

Barry Wright, III presents
GRE Math Quick Review Series posted at fashionablemathematician - mathematics.

One Language presents
Learn English Articles » Blog Archive » Easy Ways to Practice Time frames in English posted at Learn English Articles, saying, "Unlike many other languages, there is not always an exact pattern to the way English is spoken and written."