As Ohio adds the HiSET & TASC exams, what does this mean for adult educators? Come find out.
Prepare your students for computer-based testing by taking a closer look at ways to teach mouse skills and keyboarding skills, considering how to support learning, and decide which resources might work best for your classroom.
The new GED® Test is on the computer. Here are some classic, unplugged activities that can prepare students to be successful test-takers.
Seven free websites with extra lessons and practice to study for the 2014 GED Test.
Using technology to prepare GED Test takers. Workshops at the "Achieving Credentials for Success" Conference in Appleton, Wisconsin, October 2013.
Are you an adult educator in Northeast Ohio? Sign up for a free online course to prepare for the 2014 GED Test.
Instructor recommendations from a training on how to prepare learners for computer-based GED® Testing.
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