Educator Resources - Links
Utah, GED 2002 Lesson Plans
Utah instructor created lesson plans.
Northwest GED 2002 Training and Resources Page. This page contains the latest information about resources and training available to instructors in the Northwest, as well as tools and information for GED 2002 trainers.
LiteracyLink is a joint initiative begun in July 1996 in response to the growing nationwide demand for basic skills training. LiteracyLink is an integrated instructional system of video and online computer technology which will help adult students advance their GED and workplace skills.
Practice Test from Steck-Vaughn
Are you ready to take the GED Tests? Take the test for a "test drive." Gedpractice.com is a free service provided by Steck-Vaughn to familiarize you with the types of items you will see on the actual GED test.
Using the Casio fx-260 Calculator
Jeri Braunagel designed lessons and practice exercises for teaching use of the Casio fx-260 calculator. These lessons are in Adobe PDF format or text version for instructors' use.
A Road Map to the U.S. Constitution
Everything that you've ever wanted to know about the U.S. Constitution is only a click away! This site is dedicated to providing students of all kinds with knowledge of the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights.
GEDTS Math Tips, Training for Alternate Gridding, and Calculator Operations
This GED testing site contains information on math topics, including test posters, math videos, and teaching tips.
The Learning Page
This web site was created to assist educators as they use the American Memory web site to teach about United States history and culture. The site provides tips and tricks for using the American Memory collections, as well as frameworks, activities, and lessons that provide context for their use. It will be useful to life-long learners of all ages.
Schools of California Online Resources for Education
Online resources for history and social science.
TeachersFirst is a web resource for K-12 classroom teachers who want useful resources and lesson plans to use with their students. TeachersFirst is a division of Network for Instructional TV, Inc., a not-for-profit learning technologies corporation which works with hundreds of schools throughout the United States. TeachersFirst is a free service; support is provided by corporate underwriters interested in encouraging improvements in the quality of American education.