Save time with the best free resources for teaching GED Test Prep with “Quick (Unofficial) 2017 GED Test Update” … More As Promised: Quick (Unofficial) 2017 GED® Test Update
Lead, Learn, Inspire…Oh My! This Friday, February 3rd I am facilitating a live workshop in Independence, Ohio. You can attend for free by registering TODAY with The Literacy Cooperative of Greater Cleveland. Bring your questions, and business cards for networking! Details: The GED® Test changed in 2014…and again in 2015. And in 2016. What does 2017 … More Last Chance: Register for 2017 GED® Test Update-Live Training!
As a diversion over winter break, I invited my first grader to make some videos with me. Seamus (pronounced Shay-muss) wanted to use the snapchat-style hats, etc. I also wanted to get some video of us reading the little, free Mustard Seed Books together. But yesterday evening he steadily ignored my repeated invitations because his … More “BIG”: A Little Book read by a 1st grader!
Confession: This summer, I became known as “the underwear lady.” Quick links: CSSJ Federation Event 2016, Event Banquet Video, Esperanza Threads, PACT women’s apparel, Fundraise with Spreadshirt, CIW’s Fair Food Shirts, Cruelty Free Clothing Guide Picture this: 700 people at round tables in a banquet room in Orlando, Florida. The tables are tastefully decorated with white … More Sister’s Secret: Victoria’s Got Nothing on Us!
Hi friends! SHHHHH! I have been working on something, and I can’t keep it a secret any more! But don’t tell everyone just yet… I’m not ready to shout it to the WHOLE world, but just couldn’t wait to give you a sneak peak into an exciting new project I’m planning to launch in early 2017. I … More Your Early Holiday Gift: A Sneak Peak at Mustard Seed Teaching
For weeks now, I have been sporadically editing my promised next post in the series on being a white woman in the African-American Hough neighborhood. My next topic was intended to address how living in white, small town Jefferson is similar to living in black, inner city Cleveland. After all, everybody’s excited about the WINdians … More Make America Laugh Again
International (non-U.S.) GED Test Takers now have an option to take the 2014 series version. Previously they were only using the 2002 series. Soon all International Test Takers will have to move to the new, computerized 2014 series test. Several International test administrators and educators have asked how they can prepare for this shift. Here’s … More International GED? Highlights of the New Test
Get inspired and learn the latest updates to prepare adults for the GED Test. … More The Story of the 2016 GED Testing Service Conference
Two years ago, we moved to my husband’s small town for two reasons: 1. As a family practice doctor, rural access to health care is a much more dire need than urban access. 2. His parents live here. Unfortunately, thanks to the “city vs country mouse” trope, there’s a strong perception that people in small … More How Inner City Hough is Like Small Town Jefferson
How do we overcome stigma and make places worth living? … More “A Place Worth Living”: Defending a Stigmatized Neighborhood