The good thing about this list is that it incorporates sites that are not just cool, but also may be useful for self directed learning, projects or for developing learning objects. There are sites we would not normally go to when thinking as educators.
Does it ever bum you out how hard it is to get an education, how expensive it is, how crappy our education system has become, and how folks seem to lack critical thinking skills? Never fear. This is a list of 40 educational websites for you to choose from that are completely free! Enjoy. 1. ALISON – over 60 million lessons and records 1.2 million unique visitors per month 2. COURSERA – Educational website that works with universities to get their courses on the Internet, free for you to ...
18 Reasons to Learn A New Language [Infographic] .. [.. I speak 'Spanish' .&. was Employed for 10yrs as a Para-Professional: I worked with Students .&. their Teachers in Class .. I <3'd My Work .. Retired Now .. My Spanish still comes in Handy as We live in a MultiLingual Area .. 2 of My Kidz are Fluent also .. My Oldest worked as a Translator .&. a Receptionist .. The Other worked as a Supervisor for a Resturaunt which hired Spanish Speakers .. It 'PAYS' to Learn a Language !!! ..]
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I have become a big fan of free education to supplement my not-as-free education. I really enjoy taking classes through Coursera and EdX (prefer Coursera), and love the ability to take a class through some top-notch schools and programs without having the burden of tuition!
A wonderful list of websites providing free online courses. Click the images to visit the site & find courses right for you! At the start, OpenupEd offered around 40 courses, covering a wide variety of subjects available in 12 Continue reading →