In August 2017, Ohio Department of Education approved all three national exams as official assessments to earn a High School Equivalency Credential:
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This course curates and explains some of the best resources with links in one easy place.
Save yourself the time of searching, and spend it getting hands-on with the best resources to get you started with the new HSE exams.
This course has been taught both as a blended workshop or online course since September 2017. What have other participants said after completing the course?
By the end of this course, adult educators will:
1. Understand key differences between the exams
2. Compare writing prompts
3. Explore differences in math, science & social studies content
4. Access links for additional information on each exam
Because the state of Ohio is in initial stages of implementation, this 2-hour online course focuses on general information about all three exams.
Online participants can post in the comments section of each lesson to share ideas. To receive a certificate of completion, please watch and respond to all available sections, including the end-of-course evaluation.
This course was offered online with sponsorship by The Literacy Cooperative of Greater Cleveland starting on Wednesday June 7, 2018. All information is current as of that date. Please feel free to contact Meagen Farrell at firstname.lastname@example.org if you find broken links.
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She started as a volunteer adult literacy tutor in AmeriCorps and currently serves as Chief Learning Officer for Mustard Seed Training. Meagen has a B.A. in Religion from Oberlin College, Certificate in Distance Education from Penn State University, and an M.A. in Theology and Religious Studies from John Carroll University. She has worked extensively with adult literacy programs, founded NEO Literacy Corps (now NEO Skill Corps), published Teaching Adults: A GED® Test Resource Book for New Readers Press, and a variety of professional development resources for Essential Education.
When she is offline, Meagen enjoys running a backyard homestead with her husband, two children, ten chickens, six ducks, bees, garden, and more added each year. She is also infatuated with her local library, bicycle touring, and camping.