Here are ten great language learning websites. None of them are free, but most of them offer you a free trial. The list is in no particular order because each website teaches a different language. There is even a website that is built on teaching English if your first language is not English.
The NEA’s Member Benefits Corporation (NEA MB) has announced a new partnership with TeachAde that will provide the NEA’s 3.2 million members access to the nation’s leading online collaborative community designed by educators for educators.
Whether you’re lost in math, need help in English, or just don’t understand a foreign language, TutorMatch.com can help you find a tutor to help. This is a free search service; there is no fee and you don’t have to give any personal information you’re not comfortable with.
Occasionally we get emails from both students and tutors who have had a good experience working with our tutoring referral website, TutorMatch.com. Since I’ve taken a short break from blogging over the holiday I thought now we would be a good time to get back into it by relating some of these positive testimonials:
It’s been a while since we had a chance to review another website here on Homework Help Today, so I thought I’d take this opportunity to introduce you all to a great new web service available for teachers. Of course, some of you students and parents might find it pretty useful also. The site is […]
I found another great website which I felt I had to share with you – GrammarNOW.com. This site is an awesome resource for anyone looking for help with grammar, usage, composition, or editing.
I recently came across a new website, called TeachersServant.com, which I thought might be useful to tutors. It’s a time management solution for teachers and tutors which need to organize lesson plans, schedule tasks and reminders, and generally stay on top of any kind of schedule.