Wednesday, September 23, 2009

EduCarnival v2 - Issue 5

Hooray! Once again, it's CARNIVAL TIME! The pendulum seems to have swung back this week - BOY did I get a lotta list posts. (Is Letterman hiring or something?) So here we go! If your post should've been included and wasn't, please email me. Enjoy!

And remember this, because it's important: DON'T eat an entire funnel cake right before going on the Tilt-a-Whirl!

Shannon Wills presents Sarah Palin’s Stand on Special Education posted at Nurse Practitioner Schools.

Pat presents Are My Students Weeds or Flowers? posted at Successful Teaching.

Carol Richtsmeier presents Picture Day, Emergency Chocolate & My Lizzie Borden Smile posted at Bellringers.

Emily Moser presents Education Reforms in the DC Area posted at Online

Mary Jones presents Educational Technology – Do We Teach the Tool or Teach Literacy? posted at Accredited Online PHD Universities.

Mathew Needleman presents Questions About Independent Work Time posted at Open Court Blog.

Mathew Needleman presents Creating Lifelong Learners » Blog Archive » Beginning of the Year Pre-Assessments posted at Open Court Blog.

Joep de Graaff presents Does a bird have horns? posted at Dancing Crocodile.

Liz Nilsen presents Ready...Set...Compete! posted at STEM-ology, saying, "My blog is new for those in the STEM-my areas, or just interested in what's going on in STEM. Thanks for re-starting the carnival!"

Susanne Nobles presents Literature Circles posted at Still Learning, saying, "Literature circles are great for many subject areas and many grade levels."

And your enterprising host presents Knowledge vs Skills right here at Epic Adventures Are Often Uncomfortable, though in fairness it was inspired by a post over at Joanne Jacobs.

List Posts

Linda Jones presents 25 Cutting-Edge Wolfram Alpha Tips for Serious Students posted at Online Universities Weblog.

Abeni Banvard presents Top 10 Nutrition Experts to Follow on Twitter posted at Online Masters in Health.

Mirles Tamra presents Top 10 Law Enforcement Professionals to Follow on Twitter posted at Online Masters in Criminal Justice.

Cora Fernande presents Top 10 professors to follow on Twitter posted at Online University Rankings.

Sheldon Louis presents Top 10 Teachers to Follow on Twitter posted at Online University Reviews.

Lisa Taylor presents 4 Crime Fiction Writers Worth Reading posted at Forensic Science Schools.

Damion Calvert presents Top 10 Health Experts to Follow on Twitter posted at Masters in Health Care.

Alvina Lopez presents Top 100 Film Studies Blogs posted at Online Degree Hub.

Emily Moser presents Top 100 Drafting Blogs posted at Drafting School.

Edwin Choi presents Business Degrees at Saint Leo University for Minorities posted at Degrees In Business Blog, saying, "Lists like the Top 100 Degrees for Minorities give prospective college students the ability to find universities that are proud in the cultural diversity they offer to nation’s educational community. Business students especially benefit from a “Melting Pot” college, with exposure to all kinds of ethnicities and cultures enhancing their understanding of business relations in a diverse world in the future."

Bennie Shih presents Top 10 Leadership Experts to Follow on Twitter posted at Masters in Health Administration.

Adjoa Barnard presents Top 10 Nurses to Follow on Twitter posted at Masters in Health Education.

Rosella Habowski presents Top 10 Scientists to Follow on Twitter posted at masters in health science.

Daren Bass presents Top 10 Statisticians to follow on Twitter posted at Masters in Health Informatics.

Geneva Elazisi presents Top 10 Career Experts to Follow on Twitter posted at Masters of Nursing.

Alvina Lopez presents 100 Innovative Blogs for Architecture Students posted at online

Susan White presents 50 Fascinating Lectures All About Your Brain posted at Associate Degree Blog.

Chris presents Special Scholarships for Women posted at MJJ Party, saying, "A look at special scholarships for women."

Carol Brown presents 50 Must-Listen-to Lectures for Tech Lovers posted at Online

Susan White presents 100 Free and Useful Tools for AP Students and Teachers posted at Online Colleges.

Kate Hopkins presents 100 Excellent RSS Feeds for Lifelong Learners posted at Online School.

And once again, my fellow primitive screwheads, our roundup is up. (Cue: Awwww!) And yet, if you've got end-of-carnival blues, you can always write a post and submit it for next week! (And tell your friends to submit, too!)

Remember, a blogger who submits gets many more hits!

You can submit your blog article to the next issue of EduCarnival v2 by emailing me the direct URL of your article at uncomfortableadventures (at) yahoo (dot) com. Or, you can use the handy-dandy carnival submission form. Past carnivals and future scheduled editions can be found on the blog carnival index page.

Also, don't forget, next week is the FINAL regularly scheduled week here at Epic Adventures. After that, the carnival begins touring again! (Cue: Yaaaaay!)

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Mister Teacher said...

Hey Clix,
I'm curious why my post didn't make it? I submitted on Monday evening, through the automated submission form, and I got a confirmation email...

Clix said...

*frowny* Was it before 6 PM? I hope I clicked the right time. Otherwise it may be queued up for next week. If you'll email me the title & URL - and promise me a new one for next week! - I'll add it? :D

loonyhiker said...

Thanks for including me! Great job as usual!

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