Have advice for non-traditional students? Here's your opportunity to share it. From GED advice to the best ways to learn a new language. Speak your mind.
Share the ice breakers you think belong in every teacher's top ten. What has worked for you, or not? Tell us why.
People Bingo is one of the best ice breakers for customizing to your particular group, whether it's a class, a conference, or a social gathering. Find bingo card characteristics here and add your own favorites. It's an idea frenzy!
Do you have experience with GED online
? Tell the world about your experience with online GED. Was it good? Frustrating? Which sites did you find most helpful.
Which part of the GED test did you find to be the easiest? The hardest? Share your experience with the GED test.
Which GED products or websites have helped you the most on your journey to earn your GED credential? Do you have a favorite book? Which practice test helped the most? Share your advice with other GED students.
Language learning happens in lots of different ways---via the Internet, DVDs, CDs, books, even lyrics. Which methods have worked best for you? Share your language learning experiences and advice.
How do you adapt resources from websites like learning.com in your adult classroom? Is it possible? Tell us how you do it.
Whether your call is answered by a phone answering service, or you're in charge of training the answering service staff, you have expectations. What are they?
Have you applied for a student loan from the U.S. government? The application at www.fafsa.gov looks complicated, but it's free money! If you've gone through the process at www.fafsa.gov, share your experience with others. What's easy? What's hard? What's your advice?