Homeschooling and the Art of Language — The Journalist and the Homeschooler

The following short article was inspired by this lecture by Robert Fisk on the failings of journalism. Continuation: Here is a link to the Youtube video queued up to start at 6:50 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=xCjaGNHS_iA#t=410s), the point that is relevant to our discussion, and here is the continuation of the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaYSo3UwZL4&feature=relmfu. Homeschooling and the Art of […]

New free online seminar: Rhetoric, the art of persuasive language.

Seminar to start in January 2012 Rhetoric — the art of persuasive language, both written and spoken. Topics may vary but emphasis will be upon vindicating and validating the unaffiliated, out-of-the-loop scholar and organization. Projects will include papers, lectures and debates and selected products will be published. The theme: Academics should be judged by their […]

Ken Robinson on Changing Education Paradigms

This is a delightful presentation by Sir Ken Robinson on what schools are and what they should be.    

Certificates from online courses at MIT

This NY Times article presents the next step in MIT’s online offerings: The certificate. This is wonderfull! this is what the modern uncollegian needs. No doubt there will be opposition for other institutions but it’s an idea whose time has come and who can argue with MIT? MIT Open Courseware has been providing free online […]

Welcome fellow EverLearners

Welcome to EverLearning. This is our first post.