Published: Fri, 30 Sep 2016 11:10:27 +0000
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZAdult ice breaker and team building games for the classroom, conference, meeting, or party that will help your students get to know each other.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZTwo Truths and a Lie is a favorite classroom ice breaker. We've got a list of truths and lies to get you started.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZLearn how to change text or font size, bigger or smaller, on your computer screen and many devices, and save your eyes.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZTwo Truths and a Lie is a fun and humorous ice breaker for introductions in the classroom, at a meeting, anywhere.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZPlay People Bingo in the classroom or at a meeting to make introductions more fun or to energize your students. Instructions and game card ideas!
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZThe teacher of adults has a different job from the one who teaches children. If you're teaching adult students, it's important to understand the five principles of teaching adults. It's important to know how adults learn.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZYour assignment is to write a personal essay. Do you remember how? You can do it well with these 8 tips for writing a personal essay that shines.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZPeople Bingo, or Human Bingo, is one of the most popular ice breaker games for adults in the classroom and at parties. Get ideas for your own game cards. See our entire collection!
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZYou can write an essay in 5 steps, and we'll show you how, including topic ideas and examples.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZWe put all our People Bingo resources into one fun collection for you--rules, how to make your own cards, lots of idea lists. This ice breaker game is perfect for adults in the classroom, at seminars, and at any other gathering of adults.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZThis ice breaker is a good adult game to play when the people gathered are strangers, and it fosters team building in groups that already work together.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZWhen your class stops responding to you, wake them up with one of these active ice breaker games for adults in the classroom.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZFinding GED and high school equivalency info for each state can be difficult. We list the links for each state, plus the test offered by each state.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZYou've heard of 8-minute dating, where 100 people meet for an evening full of 8-minute dates. We modified the idea for the classroom. Get your students up and mixing. This is a great energizer.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZWhere do you get GED records? Every state in the U.S. has official GED records of everyone who earned a GED in that state. Learn where to get a copy of your own GED records or to verify the GED records of a job applicant.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZBegin lesson plans with a five-minute warm up or ice breaker and help your students focus more quickly on a new topic, open up creative thinking, and apply learning in new ways.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZMake your own people bingo cards with these easy instructions.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZYou want to go back to school, but what should you learn? If you're going back to school to get a job, or a better job, go back in one of these high-growth job industries.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZLesson plans for continuing education are easy to write when you know how. Follow these instructions for easy, effective course design.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZDo you want to study for your GED/High School Equivalency at home? You can. For many, earning a certificate is a private endeavor. If you don't want to attend public adult education classes, you have options.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZNeed ideas for playing Would You Rather...? We have lists of them! This is a great classroom game for energizing students or inspiring conversation. Come on over!
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZNeed more ideas for your People Bingo cards? You'll find lots of them in our People Bingo Idea List No. 2! See our entire People Bingo collection.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZHow do you choose a health topic for a research paper when there are so many options? We've got 10 great ideas to get you started.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZWhat does CEU mean? What are they, who needs them, and why are they so important to all of us.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZExpectations are powerful, especially when you're teaching adults. Make sure you know what your students expect with this ice breaker game for adults.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZEngage the adults in your classroom on the first day of school by choosing one of these 10 fun introductions for the classroom. Students who are engaged faster, learn faster. Printable instructions.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZAre there really free GED classes? Yes, there are, but you need to read carefully. We list several totally free online resources for your GED study.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZShould you go back to school? We've got 8 questions to ask yourself.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZWhat is GED? Learn about what GED is, how to get started, and where to find testing info.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZHelp your students with test prep by playing one of these five games for the classroom.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZNeed a topic concerning women for your essay or research paper? We've got 10 good ones to get your creative juices flowing.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZList no. 3 of fun ideas for the People Bingo cards you make yourself for classes, meetings, conferences, or parties. See our collection, plus how to.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZDo you know the secret power of the mind? Find out how it can help you succeed in school as an adult student?
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZWhat's on the computer-based GED test? We've got info and resources for you.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZWe've added another list of lies to get you started playing Two Truths and a Lie. It's a favorite in the classroom for teachers of adults.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZIf you had a magic wand, what would you change? This is an ice breaker game that opens minds and energizes your group when discussion is dead.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZCan you take the GED test online? We have the scoop for you, and lots of resources to help you prep for the GED or high school equivalency test.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZOnce you make the decision to go back to school, you want to make sure you'll be successful. We chose 8 ways to be successful at school from Lynn F. Jacobs's and Jeremy S. Hyman's book
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZWhat is professional certification and what's in it for you? Resources for exploring professional job possibilities.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZYou've decided to go back to school. Dare to be the best student you can possibly be. Here are 10 ways to be a great student.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZAdults bring to your class or meeting room an abundance of life experience and wisdom. Let the power of story enhance your teaching of adults.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZIf you had to describe yourself in three words, which three would you choose? Learn more about the people in your classroom.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZThese 10 steps to conflict resolution will help you keep peace in the corporate office, the classroom, and in your personal life.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZWould you rather find true love or win the lottery? This game is perfect for adults in the classroom. Printable instructions and lots of ideas.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZDo you worry about paying for school, finding time for studying, and managing the stress of going back to school? We have 5 tips to make it easier.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZTeaching adults can be challenging if you've got a student who is consistently disruptive. Learn some effective classroom management techniques.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZThe more technology brings us together, the smaller the world becomes. Where in the world is the perfect ice breaker activity for groups of adults.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZA snowball fight in the classroom is pure fun, and it's also a great way to introduce students or review a topic. Using paper from your recycle bin makes it even better.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZPeople Bingo is the most popular classroom ice breaker game for adults. Modify it for your next girls' night out with this easy-to-make game card.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZWrite your goals in the SMART way and you have a much better chance of achieving them. We show you how to do it the Peter Drucker way.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZWhich one do you use: 1. Me and Tim/ Tim and I. 2. We Was/We Were. 3. Had Ran/Had Run. 4. She Don't/ She Done. 5. It's Broke/It's Broken. Why?
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZThe hero has adjusted to the special world and goes on to seek its heart, the inmost cave. She is torn apart by challenges and must use every lesson learned.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZCarl Jung called archetypes the ancient patterns of personality that are the shared heritage of the human race. An understanding of these forces is one of the most powerful elements in the storyteller’s toolbox.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZUse an ice breaker at the opening of a corporate meeting--large or small--and people will be more comfortable and effective. We have five good choices.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZTable Topics make a wonderful classroom game for adults. Use them any time you want to stimulate creative thinking and meaningful conversation. We'll show you how.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZA brainstorm race is a great way to review topics you've already covered, and have some energizing fun in the process.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZYou may have people in your group who hate the name game so much they wil still remember names two years from now! This ice breaker works.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZSeveral states in the United States offer students seeking a high school equivalency certificate a choice of tests. How hard is the HiSET exam? We'll tell you.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZGet your GED/HSE with help from this list of resources and tips about the GED, from state requirements to what's on the new computer-based test.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZPractice tests are one of the very best ways to prepare for the real thing. We list 10 places to find free GED practice tests.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZUse this ice breaker to learn why your adult students are in back in the classroom. Are they changing their path in life?
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZHave a little beach fun without leaving your classroom. Beach Ball Buzz can be as fun as you choose depending on the questions you write on the ball. Make them related to your topic or completely frivolous and fun.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZAre you ready to teach your adult education class? We've got 5 crucial skills to help you, and lots of supporting information.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZWhat is adult education? So many adults are returning to the classroom that the term adult education has become somewhat confusing.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZHow is adult learning different from traditional learning? Knowing the principles of adult learning can make going back to school easier, whether you're going back for your GED, degree, continuing education, or personal development.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZIs a party game appropriate in the classroom? If it isn't raunchy and you use it as an energizer, it can be. The trick is to choose an ice breaker that won't drive your adult students out of the room, but will energize them. Printable instructions.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZIf your studies as an adult student involve a lot of reading, how do you find the time? You learn to read faster with these 10 easy tips.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZIn the second part of the hero's journey, the hero is presented with a problem or challenge. For readers to be involved, they need to know the stakes.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZThere are five good ways to use ice breakers in the classroom that will make you a better teacher of adult students.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZIf you think earning a GED makes you a loser, take a look at our list of celebrity dropouts who earned a GED. You, too, can be successful with a GED.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZPeople Bingo, or Human Bingo, is one of the most popular ice breaker games for adults in the classroom and girls' nights out. Get ideas for your own game cards. See our entire collection.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZHow do you know which online GED and high school diploma websites are trustworthy? Don't get scammed.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZNeed an idea for your next writing project? We'll keep adding to our collection of writing ideas for essays, research papers, speeches, anything!
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZThe hero, armed with gifts from a mentor, agrees to face the journey. This is the crossing from the ordinary world into the special world.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZWhat's your learning style? Find out with our collection of learning styles inventories.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZCreative students excel. Play a game in the classroom that helps your students be creative. Based on Al Beck's Imaginative Symbol-Association, or I S-A (eye-say).
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZThis is your GED/High School Equivalency overview, with info about prep, online resources, courses, practice, and the big test - everything you need to know.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZWhen you see a wise old man or woman in a story, think mentor. The mentor is an important part of satisfying stories and the hero's journey.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZThe resurrection is the climax of the story, the last dangerous meeting with death. Upon the hero's return with the elixir, life is truly changed.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZBe ready for the GED language arts test, which replaced the GED reading and writing tests.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZWhat is andragogy? If you teach adults, it's important to understand the principles of adult education espoused by Malcolm Knowles.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZThe hero seizes the sought-after prize, the reward, and starts on the road back home. But the journey home will not be easy.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZIf you learn best when you hear something first, if you would rather listen to a book than read it, this list of auditory learning style ideas is for you.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZWhat's on the new 2014 GED mathematical reasoning test? Find out what kind of questions to expect and how much time you'll have.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZNeed affordable gift ideas for the adult student in your life? Don't have a lot to spend? We've got 8 affordable gift ideas for students.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZDo you know the elements that make stories satisfying? Understanding the hero's journey is important for both writers and readers.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZWrite a learning contract with yourself, comparing current abilities with desired abilities, and determine the best strategy for bridging the gap.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZDo you know when to capitalize words? There are only three times when you use uppercase letters. Capitalizing the wrong words can give people the wrong impression of your writing ability.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZResearch beyond the Internet and your paper will stand out. We've listed 10 places you should consider as research sources, including the Internet.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZIf you wish you had your college degree, stop wishing. Follow these steps, no matter how old you are, and get started on, or complete, your degree.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZHow hard is the TASC high school equivalency test? Jinhee Noh spells it out for you.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZThe ordeal is a critical moment in every story. The hero stands in the deepest chamber of the inmost cave and faces a confrontation with his greatest fear.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZWhat are the pros and cons of MOOCs? We culled pros and cons of massive open online courses from Nathan Heller's article for The New Yorker, Laptop U.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZDo you have the six computer skills you should have to excel in school as an adult student or to get a better job?
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZThe hero's journey begins with the hero in the ordinary world, going about ordinary life, except that something isn't quite right.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZWhat is the difference between asynchronous and synchronous learning? We'll tell you.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZYou've probably heard people talk about experiential learning. What is it exactly? We'll tell you.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZAre you a visual learner? Do you know all of the learning techniques that will help you learn faster and better. We made a nice, long list for you.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZWhat's on the 2014 GED social studies test? Find out what you need to know and how much time you'll have to take the test.
2016-09-30T11:10:27ZA picture is worth a thousand words. Almost everyone has a photo or two in their wallet or on their phone. Put them to work in your adult classroom.