Is your program looking for innovative ways to supplement your current GED® prep curriculum?
Adult education programs that are interested in tapping into new distance learning curricula are invited to participate in the GED Live™ Distance Learning Pilot, getting underway this month.
This is a great way to supplement program curriculum and help students get the seat hours they need to fulfill program requirements. There is a cost to participate, but the cost is reimbursed in GED Ready® vouchers for the program. Adult educators will get reporting on their students’ attendance in live and recorded programming and have an opportunity to shape the program solution for the product. The GED Live Distance Learning Pilot flyer has more information.
GED Live™ has demonstrated efficacy in early trials. During a GED Live™ student pilot conducted in 2017, results showed improvement of about 10-13% on scores related to the Math topics taught during the GED Live™ Math classes, among the students that attended class. Improvement in confidence-level related to passing the GED® Math test also improved by 40%. Interestingly, confidence in passing other subjects of the GED® test – Reasoning Through Language Arts (RLA), Science, and Social Studies – also improved. Students studying independently and with adult education programs in VA attended the student pilot in 2017, with positive impressions of the teachers and the knowledge gained in a short amount of time.