Have you purchased materials yet for GED Test Preparation? Sound off with your thoughts in the comments! Read on for details on how to submit a guest post.
Individual students or tutors can find 2014 GED Test Preparation materials for sale on Amazon.
Are you a program administrator or instructor trying to figure out which print or online materials are the best fit for your students and program? I suggest you contact your state sales representatives for a full overview of the new materials. GED Testing Service has a full list of approved publishers. Most of them offer free trials, samples, or demonstrations. Always TRY BEFORE YOU BUY…especially in bulk!
Some of my personal favorite adult education publishers are:
- New Readers Press (who published my book),
- GED Academy,
- Steck Vaughn,
- McGraw Hill/Contemporary’s, and
- Kentucky Educational Television.
All the reviews currently on my website are of materials I have personally used for the 2002 GED Test series. This past year I have been so focused on training instructional strategies that I have not had a chance to try out most of the new materials. But I have heard your frequent requests for recommendations on the new 2014 GED Test, HiSET, and TASC prep products!
Do you want to share about what new materials or curricula your program is using, and why? Having trouble finding the best fit for you?
Please submit a guest blog post! Email me, Meagen Farrell, with the following information:
- Your name, title, and organization
- Brief description of your program design and students served. Examples: one-to-one tutoring of adults in rural libraries, or workforce training of young adults in an alternative high school.
- 200-600 word post in which you…
- Review one or more products, explaining how you use it, what you like about it, what could be better, etc.
- OR describe what you are looking for in new HSE (High School Equivalency) prep materials & let others comment with their suggestions!
- OR describe a new lesson, curriculum design, or program design you are implementing in response to the Common Core standards and tests.
Email me and share your thoughts with other instructors. I look forward to hearing from you!