Henry Jenkins is the Director of the MIT Comparative Media Studies Program and the Peter de Florez Professor of Humanities.
The hub contains a wide range of educational articles and e-courses about health and safety, food hygiene, nutrition, professional skills, and safeguarding people.
ShakeUpLearning.com provides teachers and educators with easy to understand, use tomorrow resources for Google and G Suite for Education, mobile learning and classroom technology integration through digital learning resources, technology tips and tricks, in-depth e-courses, books, resources, cheat sheets, blog publications, and podcasts.
All history is interesting if looked at in the right way. Think of the weirdest, grossest, bizarre thing you can and multiply it by infinity. That's how weird history is.
Did you know that...
Live insects had a fashion moment in Victorian Society? A butt was a medieval unit of measurement? In 17th and 18th century England, you could hire a sin eater to eat your sins?
We tell you the history your teacher never told you..and you wish they did!
Writing tips, samples and strategies for teacher’s resumes, curriculum vitae, job search, teaching interviews, resignation letters, leadership skill development, and career goal setting.
7. Safety Blog
Serving up steaming scoops of K12 edtech observation, thoughts, and opinions. With gravy.
A financial literacy organization providing higher education insights for millennial readers; topics include technology, news, economy, environment and more.
UK homeschooling blogger and family travel blog
11. ESL Kids Games
ESL Kids Games provides free resources and fun learning ideas for teaching grammar and vocabulary to non-native English learners.
The official blog of STIKINS, a product of Label Planet – a UK based adhesive label company specializing in stick-on label products, school item labels, name fabric transfers, and labelling equipment.
This blog contains written works and personal insights of a Fulbright scholar, which includes academic writings, research papers, learning materials for students, and other informative articles.
18. The A&P Student
Tips for making the learning of anatomy and physiology faster, more efficient, and way more fun!
20. A Genealogy Hunt
A Christian homeschooling family of 8 (soon to be 9) sharing our life experiences, homeschool, tips, etc on our 14 acre farm in rural Virginia.
Diamond Ranch Academy is a fully accredited high school that provides therapy and solutions for troubled teens. This boarding school is a residential treatment center in Utah that helps survivors of abuse, teens with depression, and teens who struggle with opioid addictions. Parents of troubled teens enroll their kids in DRA's programs and watch them overcome many of the serious issues preventing the kids from living successful lives. DRA's programs are very helpful.
A personal blog about the life of a graduate student who is pursuing a dual-master's degree in social work and information science at the University of Michigan.
Coaching Adda provides news, updates & guides on all entrance exam news across India. Students can get the latest news & tips on exams such as the IITJEE, AIPMT, CAT, GMAT and GRE.
Blog dedicated to proofreading, PhD thesis editing, writing tips and all things philosophical and literary
5 simple writing tips to help with essay writing and getting better grades
My mission is to help people fight back against email and telephone scammers, spammers and time-wasters.
I will post anything I can find that helps people to fight back.
Plus warnings of new scams, advice on how to protect yourself against such people and guidance on who can help if you have been scammed.
‘Jesus, the Revolution & You’ presents Revolutionary War history, the Founding Fathers, and the stories of some who came before…alternating our stunning, monumental past with thoughts and articles about history-in-the-making today, the Scriptures and how, sometimes, they are all related.
This author has no doubt that the hand of God was very much involved in the birthing of the United States of America, her founding documents and her government. It is not too late to rekindle the Founders’ vision, wherever one can. It is always the time to meet the Lord, here in America and anywhere else in the world.
His truth is marching on.