Education: School on the Web
From its start, the Internet has helped scientists and academics share their work, so it’s no wonder that people now are able to use the Web as an educational resource and research library. If you’d like to take a class without leaving your home, find the right college, locate teaching resources or learn about almost anything, we’ve found Web sites that help you do it.
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There’s no reason that your child’s education should stop at the classroom door, and the sites in this section make it easy for parents to find at-home activities to supplement (or replace) what your child is learning in school.
- Blogs are a great way to get ideas about how to add to your child’s education at home. Try a blog search engine like Technorati or BlogPulse to find the topic of your choice. Parent Hacks, for example, is a great blog for parenting tips, and it has plenty of entries under the “learning” tag to enhance your child’s education (or just make it easier for you to organize your child’s schooling).
- See our findingDulcinea Parenting Web Guide to find creative ways to engage your child and encourage learning in the home, or to find inspiration for nonacademic activities and games.
- You’ll find a couple of homeschooling resources below, but we recommend a more extensive selection of Web sites for homeschooling in the findingDulcinea Homeschooling Web Guide.
- We have a more extensive selection of picks for homeschooling in our findingDulcinea Homeschooling Web Guide.
- Our findingDulcinea Learning Disabilities Web Guide has information to help you better understand your child’s learning disability, prepare your student for life in college and in the workforce, and connect with other parents of students with learning disabilities.
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