ALL GED Resources

Newly Posted GED® 2014 Teacher Resources 

~ shared by Jason Guard in his blog, Distance Education Skill Share.



New GEDTS website, www.gedtestingservice.com


Books to use in preparation for the 2014 GED® exam

Looking for books that your students will enjoy reading while they expand their thinking? A YALSA (Young Adult Library Services Association) committee of librarians selected the following books to open doors on new worlds, exciting ideas, eccentric personalities, unfamiliar cultures, and distant time periods. Use these lists to broaden students' horizons as they prepare for the GED and beyond. 

Arts and Humanities 
History and Cultures
Literature and Language Arts 
Science and Technology
Social Science

 


Here is an excellent resource for 2014 GED® test preparation: Teaching Adults, A 2014 GED® Test Resource Book, published by New Reader's Press. This book "is a guide to the new test and how to prepare your students for it." p. 7.  If you are a Pennsylvania adult literacy program, please let TLC know if you would like a copy of this book.





GED Testing Service has new resources available. Check out the resources on this page to help teachers prepare students for the 2014 GED test. 

Many of you may be familiar with this PDF; it's full of helpful information on the changes to the GED test. 

Minnesota has developed a professional development plan to help prepare them for the upcoming 2014 GED® test. You can learn more about their plan at Adult Education, Minneapolis Community Education's website.


Mike Sobkowski shared a very informative power point on the upcoming 2014 GED Test®. You can view his power point here.

Disclaimer

This publication was supported by the U.S. Department of Education through the Pennsylvania Department of Education, Bureau of Adult Basic and Literacy Education. However, the opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the position of the policy of the U.S. Department of Education of the Pennsylvania Department of Education. No official endorsement of these agencies should be inferred.