GED Testing Service® released a new version of the GED® Test on January 1, 2014. Individuals who have tested on the 2002 GED® Test Series needed to complete the new exam series by December 31, 2013. Scores from the 2002 Series ARE NOT combined with scores for the new assessment. Candidates who did not complete the current series will have to meet the requirements of the new test, as of January 1, 2014.
A big part of the Exploratorium's mission is to provide tools to make your work easier and more enriching, including things to do at the museum, hands-on activities, and a wealth of Web features about important science topics. Go to their Explore page, where you can search for activities by topic, and browse the Web features and online interactives.
A page filled with links to instructional games to use in your classroom. Learning CAN be fun!
The Official website of the GED Testing Service.
Comprehensive reference guide for parts of speech and essay composition.
This website contains great information for adult learners. Viewers can learn about history simply by reading newpaper articles that were printed during that period, and complete crossword puzzles relevant to specific topics. One of the most interesting parts of this website is the Historic Voices sections where you can listen to live recordings of Martin Luther King, Jr., John F. Kennedy, a news report about the explosion of the Hindenburg and many, many more.
A great resource for your students. E-teachers at IRSC record their lessons on Reading, Writing and Math.
The Learning Resources site offers web-delivered instruction using CNN and CBS 5 - KPIX (CBS Broadcasting) news stories. Western/Pacific LINCS (part of the National Institute for Literacy's LINCS Project) and Literacyworks, uses these stories to develop an online literacy site that benefits all learners and instructors. This material is intended for adult literacy and educational purposes. Though the intended audience is adults, instructors and learners (of all ages) are encouraged to use this material to promote better literacy.
Developed by Purdue University, the OWL writing lab includes handouts and information on grammar and the writing process.