There so many websites for excellent, free content for GED® Test Preparation!
Free online resources and professional development for adult education students, instructors & administrators by ProLiteracy.
“Free help with money, housing, jobs, health and school. Available in English and Spanish.”
Video: How to use the beehive
“TV411 is a collection of entertaining videos and engaging web activities, all designed to help you reach your learning goals. Pick a topic—reading, writing, vocabulary, math, science, or finance—and get started.”
Example: Fractions and Rhythm
Quality online tutorials and courses for “anyone who wants to improve the technology, literacy and math skills needed to be successful in both work and life.”
Example: GCF Literacy Project
Free videos and practice problems, mostly focused on mathematics but slowly expanding. The unique part of this site is not its content, but how students (and teachers) can track their progress using a free Facebook or Google account.
Example: The Beauty of Algebra
It can be hard to narrow your choices which content to use. This is especially true on sites like YouTube. Before you start, ask yourself this question:
What am I trying to teach or learn? What skill or piece of knowledge do I (or my students) need to know? Be specific!
Got it in mind? What is it? The Bill of Rights? How to find the lowest common denominator? Understanding poetry?
Now use your answer to focus your search through some of my favorite free websites for adult education & GED® Test Preparation. There are literally thousands of videos, tutorials and courses available here, so have fun searching:
Example: Why does a cat always land on its feet? A physics lesson from Smarter Every Day
Find what you were looking for on these sites? Please let me know!