IT, Business Administration & Finance: Accessible Online Tools for Contextualizing Learning

Welcome to the four-day Mini-Professional Development Institute for adult education providers, training providers, partner agencies and other stakeholders! Many thanks to The Office of the State Superintendent of Education, Adult and Family Education (OSSE AFE), for hosting in collaboration with the University of the District of Columbia (UDC) Department of Adult Education. This is the... Continue Reading →

Now Facilitating Webinars & Workshops: Free Cool Tools for Contextualized (IET) Instruction

Schedule an interactive workshop on incorporating workforce training materials for adult education.

Your Quest? Find the BEST Contextualized Tools for Adult Education!

Introduction Congratulations! As a participant in today's training, you have been selected by The Literacy Cooperative of Greater Cleveland to join the Adult Education Resource Evaluation Team (AERET). Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to find a lesson plan or resource to use from The Literacy Cooperative of Greater Cleveland's Contextualized Curricula.... Continue Reading →

Webinars: From Beginner to Expert

Nervous to access online resources without IT support? This hands-on workshop will cover all the basics. In one morning, go from a webinar beginner to being the IT master your students need to succeed in a tech-driven workforce.

FREE Workshop on Webinars: From Beginner to Master

In one morning, go from a webinar beginner to being the IT master your students need to succeed in a tech-driven workforce. When: Friday, March 1, 2019 from 9am to 12pm EST Where: Educational Services Center of Northeast Ohio 6393 Oak Tree Blvd., Independence, OH 44131 BYOD: Bring Your Own Device to this hands-on tech... Continue Reading →

Next Week in Cleveland: XPRIZE & CLE-BEE

Support adult literacy by attending an XPRIZE info session or CLE-BEE fundraiser.

Cyber Monday Deal: 40% off Keys to the 3 HSE Tests

One day sale with coupon code CYBER, or book a webinar for 2018.

New Course: Keys to the 3 HSE Tests

As Ohio adds the HiSET & TASC exams, what does this mean for adult educators? Come find out.

I Took the GED® Test…How Can I Get College Credit?

In January 2016, the GED Test changed its scores from pass/fail, to three different levels: 175 College Ready + Credit 165 College Ready 145 Pass: High School Equivalency Study to earn College Credit with your GED Test scores! The new GED College Ready Plus Credit is a recommendation for colleges & universities to accept a GED... Continue Reading →

If I Ran the School: Blended Learning

How would you reach at-risk students who struggled in high school? Consider blended learning to increase outcomes.

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