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GED Prep, College and Career Boot Camp

The One-Year Prep Program appears to be synchronous and linear:  A new  group is launched on the first Sunday of each month, assignments change every Sunday, and this goes on for about one year (forty weekly assignments and twelve 1-week breaks figures out to about one year). Collaboration with other group members is about as mandatory as we can make it. The hard, cold truth of the matter that few can complete the program without participating in team projects.

Old-school students and teachers have no little trouble understanding this kind of synchronous, linear process. There is a starting date, a prescribed sequence of weekly assignments, and a "graduation" date. No problem ... at least until you start  looking deeper into the program.

Within this synchronous, linear program are some asynchronous, nonlinear elements. Yes, you have a schedulea deadline, so to speak. And you have some things that must be done in order and on schedule.  But the primary goaloptimum preparation for the 2014 edition of the GED examachieved only by assessing the real needs and concentrating the studies where they are most needed.

Now, doesn't that sound like a team project you might find in a modern business environment? Of course it does; and that is not a mere coincidence.

Are you ready to join the next 1-year GED Group?

David L. Heiserman, Editor

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Revised: June 06, 2015