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Welcome to this introduction to GED Prep & Beyond program.

This program is build, from the ground up, to meet the needs of today's education and workplace environments. For some first-time visitors, it is exciting to see an online learning system that actually meets the demands of the new reality. However, far too many first-time visitors are totally unprepared for what they find here. This is particularly true for those who hold the traditional, outmoded views of education and how learning is supposed to take place.

If this is your first visit, we strongly suggest you take a few minutes to view our introductory video. Then you will be better prepared to grasp the meaning and significance of the following discussions:

A Few Basic Definitions
Synchronous, Asynchronous
Linear, Nonlinear
 Collaborative

The Four GED Subjects
Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies
Asynchronous, Nonlinear
Collaborative

The One-Year Prep Program
A GED, College, and Career Boot Camp
Semi-Synchronous, Semi-Linear
Totally Collaborative

Your Choices
Two ways to approach the program.
Two sets of outcomes.

 

 

David L. Heiserman, Editor

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Revised: June 06, 2015