Here are some of my favorite resources that cover multiple subject areas in a single resource. Check back again soon, this list is always growing! I also recommend school textbooks, your local library, and used bookstores.
(All grades) www.wyzant.com/resources/answers - homework help from real tutors and teachers
(All grades) http://www.wyzant.com/resources/lessons - lessons and tutorials from real tutors and teachers
(Varies) FactMonster.com – Formulas, practice, and basic information for chapter reviews or previews.
(PreK-8, 12) SheppardSoftware.com – Math, Language Arts, Science, Health and History games, + SAT vocab flash cards
(K-8) Softschools.com – Flashcards, practice lessons, and general guidance in all core subjects
(K-6) Eduplace.com – Online textbook-based lessons and practice for elementary school students- a GREAT resource if you’ve left your textbook at school or if you need more worksheets to...
Here are some of my favorite Science resources. Check back again soon, this list is always growing! I also recommend school textbooks, your local library, and used bookstores.
(Gr. 9-12) CellsAlive.com – Learn about the life cycle of a cell, including reproduction, structure and live cell growth videos.
(Gr. 9-12) Zooniverse.com – A fabulous resource for science projects; you can even participate in someone else’s live science project (some are even from NASA). Focuses on astronomy, biology, and chemistry.
(Biology) KhanAcademy.org/science/biology – Tutorials and information on all things Biology related
(Biology) SpellingCity.com/biology.html – Provides a list of vocabulary terms typically seen in Biology courses
(Biology) Biology-online.org - Provides quick explanations of concepts, with examples
(Bio/Anat/Physics) BiologyCorner.com – Lessons, tutorials, definitions, and practice problems.
I do prefer to do most of my tutoring online! But will be willing to travel to
SOME places! Although it may sound difficult, I personally think its better to tutor online, because of unlimited resources, and having answers at our finger tips!
Good morning, lovely learners! Time to rise and shine and, well, learn.
Today's post is the last in three I've done on Aristotle's Rhetoric Trifecta. We've done pathos--persuasion by emotion--and logos--argument by logic--but now it's time to end this with a final powerhouse punch:
Ethos is persuasion by authority. A little strange, sure, but if you tilt your head and squint your eyes a little, you'll see why I think this is the most important strategy of the three.
See, you can have the cutest, big-eyed puppies campaigning for you, and dozens of scientists out spouting statistics and studies, but unless you yourself come across as someone who knows what they're talking about--as
a reliable, trustworthy source of information--no one will listen to you. So appearing to your audience, whether in writing or in person, as someone worth paying attention to must be a top priority.
Let's take this blog and my...