I just came across some useful educational resources, and I believe these will come in handy for those who are involved in homeschooling and caring for children. I hope I've posted this in the right thread.
1. A list
of verbs associated with Bloom's taxonomy.
The page lists verbs for different cognitive tasks, which are arranged in increasing order of complexity. One can use these verbs to design or evaluate learning. For instance, you can help people/students realize what "Comprehension," "Analysis," "Application" involve. It sounds really simple, but I found it eye-opening. This list is presented like a cognitive ladder. Fun fact: the taxonomy to which these verbs are associated was created by Benjamin Bloom, the famous 20th century American ed psychologist.
2. A textbook solutions
site called Bartleby, which includes explanations of concepts found in textbooks commonly prescribed in Europe and North America. Might help parents or tutors or caregivers involved in homeschooling.
3. The Resources
page of Learning Disabilities of America features learning disability-related journals, guides, booklets, and more.
Just posting this in the spirit of sharing. Again, I hope this info has been shared in the right thread.