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Sunday, December 28, 2008


I was very delighted today because Brightstorm offered me a chance to get into the core of their existence as an online education site for teens and for teachers like me. I sign up for a free account for a free course. Absolutely free! I thought that I was in a library with so many available subjects to learn from. It also feel like I am in a classroom with one on one instruction thus, learning was fun, easy to grasp and enjoyable to follow. I sign up for a free brightstorm account on U.S History and here are the lists of interesting topics that they did offer me. History Detectives, Challenging Native Land, Big British Blunders, Slants on Slavery, Great Escapes, Sisters in Disguise, The American Dream and many more. For me, the course is really effective because the teacher uses different techniques and a big monitor for actual viewing of the subject being explained. Like showing the globe, presented the picture of people, showing places which are history making and the events can be viewed by the monitor. So, learning will really take place and fun is a key word here. Try it yourselves. Check it out now.

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