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 →
What is the kingdom of God like, and to what can we compare it? The kingdom of God is like two woodworkers who both had table saws. They learned how to use the table saw accurately, kept them aligned, and always wore their PPE (personal protective equipment). One day, one of the woodworkers noticed more... Continue Reading →
Trying to move suddenly from face-to-face to digital?Congregations can keep their classes and community alive with a Learning Management System (LMS). Consider some of the best options for beginners on a budget.
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.
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 →
Save time with the best free resources for teaching GED Test Prep with "Quick (Unofficial) 2017 GED Test Update"
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 →
Tuesday afternoon is a great time for lesson plans, blended learning, and Moody Blues.
Using the GED Academy practice tests and grading rubrics can help improve your writing instruction.