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Free online speed reading software. Philosophy since the Enlightenment, by Roger Jones. History: Ancient History in-depth. Lectures: Science. Language. Welcome to Less Wrong. Fist Of History. Simple free learning tools for students and teachers. Forvo: the pronunciation guide. All the words in the world pronounced by native speakers. Learn something new every day - Memrise. I Love That Teaching Idea!

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Graduate School & Graduate, MBA, PhD Programs & Degrees - GradSchools. Free Online Course Materials. Frameset Template. Find and rate your professor, campus and more - World History : HyperHistory. Chemical Forums - Index. Websites for Educators. This collection of links, chosen and maintained by Gutman Library Research Services staff, provides links to freely available sites of interest to educators.

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Click on a topic to view links to related websites. Please tell us about websites we should consider adding... Adult Education and Literacy The Arts Bilingual Education / ESL Boston Area Libraries (selected) Charter Schools Children's Literature Colleges and Universities Comparative/International Education Counseling and Guidance Curriculum Resources (K-12) Distance Education Early Childhood Education Administration and Policy Education Associations, Organizations, and Conferences Conferences: Education Journals (Open access) Directory of Open Access Scholarly Journals in Education Education Law Education Libraries (Selected) United States: International: Education Reform Educational Technology Employment Opportunities ERIC (Educational Resources Information Center) ERIC (unrestricted access via the Education Resources Information Center) Foreign Languages.

15 styles of Distorted Thinking. 15 styles of Distorted Thinking Filtering: You take the negative details and magnify them while filtering out all positive aspects of a situation.

15 styles of Distorted Thinking

Polarized Thinking: Things are black or white, good or bad. You have to be perfect or you're a failure. There is no middle ground. Overgeneralization: You come to a general conclusion based on a single incident or piece of evidence. Forbidden Knowledge TV. How we change what others think, believe, feel and do. Books.Blog - Guests - Skip Graduate School, Save $32,000, Do This Instead. Three years ago, I invested $32,000 and the better part of two years at the University of Washington for a master's degree in International Studies.

Books.Blog - Guests - Skip Graduate School, Save $32,000, Do This Instead

The verdict? It wasn't a complete waste of time and money. Once I accepted that 80% of the course requirements were designed to keep people busy, I enjoyed the other 20% of the work. If you're strictly interested in learning, however, you may want to get a better return-on-investment than I did. Here's how to save $32,000 (or more) through your own self-directed, alternative program.Here's how to save $32,000 (or more) through your own self-directed, alternative program. The One-Year, Self-Directed, Alternative Graduate School Experience • Subscribe to The Economist and read every issue religiously. . • Memorize the names of every country, world capital, and current president or prime minister in the world.

. • Read the basic texts of the major world religions: the Torah, the New Testament, the Koran, and the teachings of Buddha. Foreign Language Teaching Methods. About the Site Foreign Language Teaching Methods focuses on 12 different aspects of language teaching, each taught by a different expert instructor.

Foreign Language Teaching Methods

The site contains video footage from an actual methods course held at the University of Texas at Austin. This flexible resource is designed to be used by foreign language teachers as a component of a classroom methods course or as a stand-alone course for independent learners. “While I was taking this course, I was already changing what I was doing and I can already see the difference. ” - Verónica, beginning language teacher (Spanish) “I loved having a different teacher [for each module]. 1659-1661. Ten Economic Blunders from History - John S. Chamberlain. Take cover when you hear a political leader talking about economic affairs. You can bet a bad decision is incoming. Luckily for the leaders, their meddling usually has a slow, erosive effect on the economy. Every so often, however, the great ones manage to land a real whopper that takes them down along with their whole country.

Here are ten examples from history. 1. In the year 301, the Roman emperor Diocletian issued the Edictum De Pretiis Rerum Venalium, i.e., the Edict on Prices of Foodstuffs, which rebalanced the coinage system and set maximums on wages and the prices of many types of goods, especially food. 2. You know you are doing something wrong when your enemies become folk heroes like Robin Hood. 3. The fifth Khan of Persia was named "Gaykhatu," which means "amazing" in Mongolian. 4. 5. Price controls are stupid anytime, but it takes true idiocy to apply them in the middle of a siege. 6. In 1590 the Republic of Venice was in decline. 7. 8. Hans Bethe: Quantum Theory Made Relatively Simple. Online economics textbooks. Online Psychology Degree at Academic Video Lectures.