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Mathematical Reasoning Webinar (Sept 2015)
In this webinar, we’ll take a deep dive into the content covered on the 2014 GED®test – Mathematical Reasoning. We’ll take a look at the types of questions that students are missing on the test and examine the skills students need in order to answer these question correctly. We’ll also explore teaching strategies and techniques that you can use in your classroom to help students develop these skills.
Argumentative Writing (June 2015)
It’s not just about Reasoning Through Language Arts! This webinar will focus on the process of teaching argumentative writing – one step at a time. Dig deeper into the different parts of argumentative writing and how to integrate this process in constructed responses for Reasoning Through Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science. This webinar will provide you with strategies, frames, and graphic organizers for teaching argumentative writing – both in extended responses and short answers. Remember, it’s all about assisting our students in becoming more effective writers.
Science Strategies (Nov. 2015)
Dig deeper into the high impact areas of science and explore some strategies, activities, and even a few experiments that you can use in the classroom. Join us as we use the 5E Instructional Model to promote scientific learning. Take a closer look at how short answer questions are crafted and how to help students make a deeper connection with the wonderful world of science.
Social Studies (Oct. 27, 2015)
Individual rights, state’s rights versus federal power, checks and balances, and separation of power – the constructed response on the GED® Social Studies test requires that students demonstrate their understanding of these enduring issues. Join us as we explore ways to assist our students in defining enduring issues and identifying relationships between primary and secondary resources, as well as their own personal knowledge.