BasicEdHelp.Org As Free Education For All

Posted on December 31, 2015

I want to promote the Joe Klunder Education Challenge as a way for anybody to learn, free from constraints of costs, borders, or political challenges.  Perhaps it is overly-idealistic, but certainly worth a shot. Currently, the website is focused on building content in four basic subject matter areas: English Language Arts Mathematics Science Social Studies Before any user starts learning, they should ask two questions: a.  ...

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Introducing BasicEdHelp.org

Posted on December 31, 2015

Hello Everyone, I just posted BasicEdHelp.org as a way to give the best completely free, high-quality, linearly organized website in basic education. It helps native English speakers review and develop their basic skills in English language arts, math, science, and social studies. For those in the world who have not yet mastered English, it will provide language support for taking the IELTS test and basic skills in their own language As ...

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Those Special Moments That Last Forever

Posted on August 3, 2015

A Reflection on What Makes Life Worth Living A part of me cringes as I write this.  I know that others (and most likely myself) can now look at my words, my works, and my thoughts with a critical eye.  After all, everything I write can be later be condemned and Google-searched as too naive, objective, reflective, wordy, terse, or any other term to describe sub-par writing (and sub-par thoughts represented by those words).  However, there are ...

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Revised: A 15 Minute At Home Routine Hypothesis To Test

Posted on July 21, 2015

I think I'm very close to finding a minimalist workout that works with me at home when I’m very short on time. That is, an exercise routine that maximizes the most parameters: - intensity - optimal body composition - flexibility - strength - cardio-vascular capacity - in the least amount of time - using the least amount of space and equipment - can be done at home to minimize transit time - can be completed at least once a day, ...

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Cognitive Load Theory Notes

Posted on May 17, 2015

It appears there are two definitions of an expert: a. Compared to a novice, the expert has broader and deeper knowledge schemas. b. Compared to a novice, tasks are more automatic. 2. Automaticity appears the main goal of instruction. a. For a skill to become automatic, 2000 "perfect practice" experiences are necessary, at least for simple letter matching tasks. b. The payoff is huge, automatic tasks are done 16 times faster, ...

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