Teacher’s Guide to the 2014 GED® Test
GED Testing Service has created an eight-week program to help adult educators become better acquainted with the 2014 GED® test.
- Read “Introduction to the Teacher’s Guide” to familiarize yourself with the course
- Download “Teacher’s Guide to the 2014 GED® Test” for an in-depth look at the test
WHAT’S ON THE GUIDE
Each week the “Teacher’s Guide” walks through specific steps to help develop understanding of the new test’s content and broke it down like this:
Focus: Begin by focusing on the content area for that week.
Read: We’ll give a required reading assignment and, if you can devote extra time, bonus reading.
Discuss: Ask questions and prompt conversations about the materials with your colleagues.
Practice: We provide practical (and occasionally immediate) applications for your growing knowledge.
Reflect: Time to integrate your learning.
Each content-area test is designed to assist you in organizing and applying the wealth of information about the 2014 GED® test in your classroom. You should work through each content area at your own pace (we suggest eight weeks total; two weeks per content area). The end result should be additional knowledge and understanding that benefits both you and your students.
The following materials will help be used throughout the “Teacher’s Guide to the 2014 GED® Test” course.
Download the “Teacher’s Guide to 2014 GED® Test” and prepare yourself to help prepare your students.
WATCH THE WEBINARS
Get new, detailed information on the new test. Watch playback videos of all the webinars, download slideshows, and stay updated.
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