Next Week in Cleveland: XPRIZE & CLE-BEE

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

As Promised: Quick (Unofficial) 2017 GED® Test Update

Save time with the best free resources for teaching GED Test Prep with "Quick (Unofficial) 2017 GED Test Update"

Your Early Holiday Gift: A Sneak Peak at Mustard Seed Teaching

Hi friends! SHHHHH! I have been working on something, and I can't keep it a secret any more! But don't tell everyone just yet... I'm not ready to shout it to the WHOLE world, but just couldn't wait to give you a sneak peak into an exciting new project I'm planning to launch in early 2017. I... Continue Reading →

Blended Learning and Final Lesson Plans

Tuesday afternoon is a great time for lesson plans, blended learning, and Moody Blues.

Bigger, Better Writing on the GED Test

Using the GED Academy practice tests and grading rubrics can help improve your writing instruction.

Adult Educators’ Recommendations for Best Free Resources

Results from three teams of adult education professionals who reviewed free online tools for GED Test Prep and workforce development.

Top 18 FREE Websites for Workforce and GED® Test Prep

Warning: Once you start clicking these links, you may be amazed at what you find! This list is not offered in any particular order of importance or quality, and without comment. I offer it to you as a starting point to the many free resources available on the web for self-motivated adult learners, and tech... Continue Reading →

Fun Ways to Equip Students for Critical Thinking on the GED® Test

Challenge your students to increase their depth of knowledge. Use offline activities to prepare test takers for computer-based testing.

Chromebook for Education? Home?

What do you think about Chromebooks for school and home use? This review considers several applications.

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