Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Educator Review & Giveaway (3 Winners) - (CLOSED)

"Where Great Students meet Great Teachers"

Educator is an e-learning supplement for high school and college students. Educator finds effective teachers who can use the virtual world of the internet to teach students everywhere. How cool is that. I was given a trial subscription to review. I have to say I was impressed.

I myself take college courses through the University of Phoenix. Every now and then it helps to have some extra direction. Educator helps give direction to students who need it. This is a wonderful tool for us students to use. Educator provides lectures and important information giving students the tools they need to pass important courses.
The courses that Educator offers so far fall under the following subjects:
Mathematics - Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, AP Calculus AB/I, AP Calculus BC/II, AP Statistics
Chemistry - AP Chemistry
Physics - AP Physics B, AP Physics C - Mechanics, AP Physics C - Electricity and Magnetism
Biology - AP Biology
Computer Science - AP Computer Science - Java
MathMagic - Mathematics: MathMagic

Educator offers 500 math and science subjects. This is awesome because I have problems learning math. It is hard when You have been out of school as long as I have and you are trying to get back in the swing of things because you want that college diploma.

Eventually I would like to see more subjects such as English, Creative Writing, or even World History.


Here are some awesome key aspects of Educator:
They provide you the ability to pinpoint your problem topic exactly in their videos.
They offer multiple examples worked out and explained in each of their lectures.
They give detailed notes with each lecture.
They provide the most effective college professors to help teach you what you need to know.
They offer an interactive student community to answer questions.
They offer an awesome Affiliate program.

A few features I love about Educator is anyone with a subscription can access it. This means it is not limited to a certain college. I also like that it is self paced. This means you can access the materials and learn at your own pace without being rushed with a time frame. You have unlimited access to all courses at a set price instead of being charged a fee for each course. Educator is affordable. It only cost you $25 a month or $175 a year. That is a pretty good price for what is offered to you. I also love the fact that they only pick the most knowledgeable teachers to give you the most accurate information on the math and science subjects listed on their website. This makes the price totally worth it;-)
Educator also have awesome free sample lectures you can try out and see if this website is something you would be interested in.

You can find some helpful videos from Educator on YouTube here.

Educator can be a great resource to students everywhere. You can check out Educators college reviews here.

Educator offers a program to study abroad here.

A subscription to Educator would make an awesome gift for high school students, college students, or students getting back into school and just need a pick me up.

Win it!
Eric Hung from Educator is offering 3 lucky Mommy Blessings in Small Bundles readers a monthly subscription to Educator.

To Enter Go to the Educator Website and subscribed to their newsletter located on the right on the Educators website here.

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2 Entries: Add one of our buttons to your blog. The old one does not count.
10 Entries: Purchase a subscription to Educator!  
Find out how to earn more entries here. 

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Good luck! Contest ends on Febuary 5th at midnight EST. Winner will be announced February 6th. Winner will be chosen through random.org. 

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I received products or samples for review as compensation for this post.

9 comments:

  1. I subscribed to the Educator newsletter!

    northssclub at yahoo dot com

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  2. I think I would give the subscription to my brother to use because he's learning computer science.
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  3. I think I would give the subscription to my brother to use because he's learning computer science.
    #2

    northssclub at yahoo dot com

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  4. following Educator on twitter (username @alitsao)

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  5. Fan of Educator on facebook (name Alli Tsao)
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  6. following on google friend connect
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  7. email subscriber
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  8. I've been teaching for math for 28 years. I would love to use EDUCATOR to assist me in my teaching and tutoring Algebra!
    dexrock@aol.com

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  9. I could use this for college thanks;-)

    Joe
    2sly4comfort@gmail.com

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