John EdelsonHello, my name is John and this is one of my blogs. I post a variety of posts here from  semi-private ruminations on the nature of education or homeschooling to the explicitly promotional. For instance, we recently created a new site about books about homeschoolers and I announced it here.

I am the founder and president of a small online educational company that has a number of services and websites: Time4Learning.com, Time4Writing.com (web-based homeschool writing classes), SpellingCity.com, Vocabulary LearningEducational Games for Students, andScience4Us.com.  There are, or will be, other sites involved so when I’m supporting a site here you can assume it is promotional in nature or something that we have created or another company that we are working with.

With that disclosure said, let me assure you that I take my services and promotion of them very seriously. I try to position the services realistically so that customers can make informed decisions and that they will be satisfied happy customers, not embittered ones who are asking for their money-back (a guarantee that most of our services provide) or bad-mouthing us.

I hope you find this disclosure useful and clear.

My background:

John Edelson is the founder and president of Time4Learning.com, an online learning system for homeschool, afterschool, and summer use. Time4Learning is an online company which includes Time4Learning.com, Time4Writing.com, and SpellingCity.com. Previously, John Edelson consulted to Vcom3D, an educational software company for the deaf and hard of hearing and Time2Read, an educational software company providing standards-based programs to elementary school systems. Mr. Edelson was the turn-around manager at Argonaut – a 100 person diversified entertainment and technology company in London. He managed it for three years improving quality, growth, and profitability. He was the producer on Croc, Legend of the Gobos, a Sony Playstation game that went Platinum. He spun-out and joined ARC, a new company in the semiconductor intellectual property industry. Mr. Edelson, as Senior Vice President of ARC, helped grow ARC from 10 to 300 people. Mr. Edelson has previous professional experience at 3DO Company, SGI and Price Waterhouse. He has a BA from Yale and an MBA from Harvard. He served in the Peace Corps in West Africa for two years. As the proud father of three  children, Mr. John Edelson has a deep interest in technology for education.