Posted on Jun 21 2014 in Cool Sites by admin
3.1 Christian Resources: Voice of the Martyrs – New Class Posted
3.2 Thrifty Ideas: Gas Buddy
3.3 Math: High School Math
3.4 STEM: NASA/Langley for Students
3.5 Technology: Free Ad Blocking Software
3.6 Technology Reviews: CNET
3.7 English: Free Audio Downloads from Adam Andrews of Center for Lit
Voice of the Martyrs has a new class titled “Great Is Your Reward” in its free classroom of courses related to the persecution of Christians.
The purpose of this class is to make Christians more aware and more competent in their understanding of persecution. Most of the material relates to the potential for persecution, that there are those who are undergoing persecution right now, and how to prepare for the possibility of persecution for doing the will of God. What is it is that motivates those who are being persecuted to remain faithful? What is the reason that people will go through incredible suffering for Christ and not recant or turn their backs on their Lord? The answer to these questions is the substance of the material in this class.
In addition to the website, Gas Buddy has free mobile apps to help you find the least expensive gas near you. The site depends on members (it’s free) posting fuel prices, so you can help your fellow drivers.
Need help figuring out what math to teach your child in high school?
See Dr. Del’s syllabi at minute marker 33:06 in his video “How to Win with Math.”
The 47-minute video is a combination of two workshops Dr. Del gave recently at the APACHE Homeschool Convention entitled, “How to Create a Good Attitude Towards Math in ANY Middle/High School Student” and “How to Teach Middle/High School Math Successfully.”
Find many resources for online and in-person studies. Look for the internships as well as fun and educational activities such as NASA Kids’ Club interactives page (click in the upper left sidebar). There are also free NASA apps, TV, and e-books.
There are annoying ads all over the Net making it unappealing or all but impossible to use otherwise educational or enjoyable websites. Free software is available to block these unwanted advertisements.
CNET is the world’s leader in tech product reviews, news, prices, videos, forums, how-tos, and more. Think of CNET as a little like Consumer Reports of the techie world. They have professionally conducted tests by their technical staff and written reviews by their editorial staff. They are one of the longest existing groups and are relied upon by many.
Adam Andrews, the director of the Center for Literary Education, has made available several of his most popular convention lectures free of charge. You can choose from “Building the Perfect Reading List,” “Education, Freedom, and Literary Analysis,” “Leadership Education and the Story of Job,” as well as a couple others.