Educational Technology

December 29, 2010

More homeschool families turn to web, other technology

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:35 am

By Blake Thorne | Flint Journal

Ever wonder something — such as the temperature at which water boils — and start flipping through an old science textbook? Probably not. Most people would turn to the Internet. A Google search for “water boiling temperature” renders 13.7 million results — including charts on boiling temperature in relation to air pressure and YouTube videos on how to boil water in a vacuum chamber. Such access to information also is credited for a growing interest in home schooling. “For almost anything you want to learn, you can find a video on YouTube,” said Lisa Wagner, who home-schools her two daughters and two sons in their Dryden home. “You just have to be careful. There can be a lot of inaccurate information.”

http://www.mlive.com/news/flint/index.ssf/2010/12/more_homeschool_families_turn.html

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