Farrell Ink

Free stuff for students. Training for teachers.

Welcome!

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I’m Meagen Farrell, author and trainer.

I wrote Teaching Adults: A 2014 GED® Test Resource Book available from New Readers Press and designed instructional materials for Essential Education. I currently provide consulting and training for non-profits, colleges, and schools.

Are you looking to:

  • Get started teaching in a literacy or workforce program?
  • Improve your literacy program outcomes?
  • Prepare students for computer-based testing?
  • Use contextualized instruction to prepare teens and adults for the workforce?
  • Increase passing rates on the GED, TASC or HiSET exams*?

I can help! Email Meagen Farrell, call 216.973.4977, or schedule a time to discuss your organization’s needs.

NEW! Online short courses

Are you looking for awesome FREE resources to teach your students? I have adapted or compiled some of my favorite FREE teaching tools in one place that is easily accessible for your students on ANY device.

Enroll now

For each student course, I am developing self-paced teachers guides to help:

  • You understand the educational theory behind each curriculum
  • Increase your students’ learning
  • Provide a certificate of completion when you finish

Each of my online courses involves a series of short presentations followed by activities for you to apply the free resources with your students.

Try it today!

*GED® is a registered trademark of the American Council on Education (ACE) and administered exclusively by GED Testing Service LLC under license. TASC Test Assessing Secondary Completion is a trademark of McGraw-Hill School Education Holdings LLC. HiSET is a national high school equivalency testing program by Educational Testing Service (ETS) and Iowa Testing Programs (ITP). Any content on this website is not endorsed or approved by these trademark holders.

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