Farrell Scholars, I’m finally bringing it home! This month I ended my recent whirlwind tour of 2014 GED Test workshops with a training for The Literacy Cooperative of Greater Cleveland. We had instructors from all over Northeast Ohio participate, from Cuyahoga to Ashtabula counties. As usual, our conversation was uniquely responsive to the concerns in the room, and we developed an interesting list of potential resources for teaching digital literacy skills. Look for that list as my next blog post!
Check out the presentation, including a new sample lesson:
Instructors worked in groups to develop their own interdisciplinary lessons. Here is the template and their scanned results:
Though this workshop was not provided through New Readers Press, The Literacy Cooperative generously raffled off five copies of Teaching Adults: A 2014 GED® Test Resource Book. Here is the newly updated book sampler, which has been fully reviewed for accuracy by GED Testing Service: