Mamacita says: Welcome to the Education Buzz, where parents and instructors and good citizens find out what’s really going on in the world of education by actively participating in the sharing of ideas, information, and suggestions. Remember, if you don’t keep up on what’s happening, you won’t KNOW what’s happening. And if you choose not to know what’s happening, you forfeit all whining rights. Yes, ALL of them.
Sophia Dell presents Health and Medicine Open Courseware: The Ultimate Guide posted at Nurse Debbie.
Darren presents Community Service as a Graduation Requirement posted at Right on the Left Coast: Views From a Conservative Teacher.
Steve Spangler presents Science Fair Boot Camp – An Intense Training Program That’s Changing the Science Fair Experience, posted at Steve Spangler’s Blog.
Cybrary Man presents A Catalogue of Educational Websites.
Every Tuesday at noon and 7, EST, the Twitter EdChat – #edchat – a collaborative conversation among educators from all over the planet, overflows with useful tips, hints, advice, plans, and links galore. You’re sure to be more and more enriched every time you participate.
Finally, right here at Scheiss Weekly, Mamacita presents Audio-Visual was Cutting Edge, and the Projectionists Ran the School. And NASA. Shades of the past!
That’s it for the Education Buzz. I hope I haven’t left anyone out, except, of course, for the free essay people and the salespeople and the “10 Things” people and the people with a political agenda and that same guy who submits his business catalog every time. I also didn’t include any posts that didn’t accept comments, because the Education Buzz is about interaction, not lecturing. If anyone would like to duke it out with me over any of these factors, bring it on. If I have omitted your perfectly good post, however, PLEASE let me know right away, for it was not my intention to leave out anyone who actually had something relevant to say.