2016-12-02T11:01:16ZWhat'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.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZTen study skills for the adult returning to school. Make it easier to balance school, life, work by incorporating these 10 study skills.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZHelp your students with test prep by playing one of these five games for the classroom.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZWhen 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.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZA 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.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZGift ideas for the nontraditional student in your life abound, and they don't have to cost a lot unless you want them to.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZAdults bring to your class or meeting room an abundance of life experience and wisdom. Let the power of story enhance your teaching of adults.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZWhat's on the computer-based GED test? We've got info and resources for you.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZNeed 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.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZLearn more about the new Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC), an alternative in some states to the GED Test.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZYour assignment is to write a research paper. Do you know how a research paper differs from other papers, say an essay? We show you how in 10 steps.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZDo you have an adult student on your gift list? We have lots of ideas for you, from expensive to stocking stuffers, including last-minute homemade ideas.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZYou 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.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZThe more technology brings us together, the smaller the world becomes. Where in the world is the perfect ice breaker activity for groups of adults.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZUse 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.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZAre 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.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZPractice tests are one of the very best ways to prepare for the real thing. We list 10 places to find free GED practice tests.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZPlay People Bingo in the classroom or at a meeting to make introductions more fun or to energize your students. Instructions and game card ideas!
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZWhere 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.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZThis is your GED/High School Equivalency overview, with info about prep, online resources, courses, practice, and the big test - everything you need to know.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZFind good places for GED practice before you sit down to take the test. GED practice doesn't have to be scary. Here are 5 ways to get helpful GED practice.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZFinding 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.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZYou can write an essay in 5 steps, and we'll show you how, including topic ideas and examples.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZWe'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.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZWe 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.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZTwo Truths and a Lie is a favorite classroom ice breaker. We've got a list of truths and lies to get you started.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZCarl 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.
2016-12-02T11:01:16ZPeople 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.