Continuing Education Sitemap - Page 1 2016-09-26

Schools and Programs
Continuing education school profiles and lists of learning organizations designed specifically to promote adult learning.

Accreditation - And Why It Is Important
Are you investing in an accredited school? Make sure, or your credits might not transfer and your degree may be worth less than you think.

Continuing Education--Tips for Adult Students and Teachers
Going back to school is easier with these tips for adult students and teachers, GED information, ice breaker activities, lesson plans, and more.

GED - Get Your GED
It doesn't matter why you didn't finish high school. You still can. Passing the GED test is the equivalent of getting your high school diploma. Find out what's involved, and be on your way to a better job, a degree, or the accomplishment of a dream. It's never too late. You can do it.

Adult Learning
What is adult learning and continuing education? Should you go back to school? Get your GED? Your degree? A professional certificate? Explore the possibilities.

Why You Should Network
Networking as an adult student has all kinds of benefits.

Classroom Management - Lesson Plans
Classroom management encompasses everything from arranging student desks to creating effective lesson plans and managing disruptive behavior.

Financial Aid
A primary consideration in whether or not to go back to school is going to be finances. How will you pay for school? Financial aid and scholarships are available for almost everyone. There are people and resources available to help you find them.

How To's
When you need at quick refresher on how to write an essay or a learning contract or anything school-related, this is your place.

Ice Breakers - Introductions
On the first day of class, use an ice breaker to help your students get to know each other

Corporate Training
If you dream of being promoted at work, of climbing the corporate ladder, or of simply landing a better job, get the training you need. There are lots of resources available for skills training, team building, leadership development, even business writing. Take a needs assessment and promote yourself.

School Profiles
Schools have cultures and personalities. Which school is right for you? Check out our alphabetized and ever-expanding collection of school and program profiles.

Study Skills
Make studying easier with this collection of study skills for non-traditional students - paper research, listening, taking notes on a laptop, asking questions, and more.

Balance Tips for Non-Traditional Students
Balance school, work, and life with this collection of time management tips for non-traditional students - organization, planning, efficiency, and more.

Tips - Tips for Adult Students
Once you've decided to go back to school, how do you fit it all in your already busy life? How do you balance going to work, studying for school, spending time with your family, and living your life? It's all about organization, setting priorities, and time management.

Adult Learning - What Is Adult Learning
What is adult learning? How is it different from the way you learned as a child? What are the controversies and discussions surrounding adult learning?

Online Education
Just about everything is online now, including college courses, which brings the whole world into your living room. We can help you figure it all out.

Quotations
Quotations on literacy and adult learning for teachers and students.

Ice Breaker Collections - Best of
Looking for an introduction? An energizer? Teachers' favorites? Find our favorite ice breaker collections here.

Application Advice for Non-Traditional Students
You may be several decades older than traditional students when you return to school. How is the application process different for you? Here's some advice just for you.

Professional Certification
Many careers require certification, and most certificates require annual credits in continuing education to keep professionals current in their field.

Adult Education in the U.S.
Find adult education opportunities in each of the 50 United States of America.

Ice Breakers and Games for Adults - Alphabetical List
Find your favorite ice breakers and games for adults in our alphabetical list.

Self-Development
Our collection of tools for self-development, including simple motivations.

About Continuing Education Contributors
Our list of contributors to the About Continuing Education site. Thanks to all who have added their expertise.

How Hard Is the HiSET High School Equivalency Test?
Several states in the United States offer students seeking a high school equivalency certificate a choice of tests. How hard is the HiSET exam? We'll tell you.

10 Secrets to Success as an Adult Student
Based on Dr. Wayne Dyer's 10 Secrets to Success and Inner Peace, learn how to succeed in college as an adult student.

8 Motivations to Create the Life You Want
It's easy to get stuck in a routine, but is that the life you want? Be inspired to change your life with 8 motivations to create the life you want.

Inspirational Quotations for Adult Students, No. 1
It can be especially difficult for adult students to stay motivated when they're balancing school, work, and life. Offer an inspirational quotation to keep them going.

Inspirational Quotations for Adult Students, No. 2
Second in our series of inspirational quotations for students is a list of sayings that have to do with the importance of an open mind.

Make It Happen - Growth of Women-Owned Businesses
March 8 is International Women's Day, and the 2015 theme is Make It Happen. Growth of women-owned businesses is the fourth goal.

Make It Happen - Increased Financial Independence of Women
March 8 is International Women's Day, and the 2015 theme is Make It Happen. Increased financial independence for women is the fifth goal.

Make It Happen - More Women in Science, Engineering, and Technology
March 8 is International Women's Day, and the 2015 theme is Make It Happen. The sixth goal is to see more women in science, engineering, and technology.

Make It Happen - Fairer Recognition of Women in Sport
March 8 is International Women's Day, and the 2015 theme is Make It Happen. Fairer recognition of women in sports is the seventh goal.

Make It Happen - Greater Awareness of Women's Equality
March 8 is International Women's Day, and the 2015 theme is Make It Happen. We've got ideas for how to increase awareness of the need for women's equality, starting in the classroom.

Make It Happen - More Women in Senior Leadership Roles
March 8 is International Women's Day, and the 2015 theme is Make It Happen. The second goal is to promote more women in senior leadership roles.

Make It Happen - Equal Recognition of Women in the Arts
March 8 is International Women's Day, and the 2015 theme is Make It Happen. Another goal is equal recognition of women in the arts. What can you do?

Five Ways to Improve Adult Literacy
Adult literacy is a global problem. Participate in a global solution by helping someone in your community in one of these five ways to improve literacy.

10 Writing Ideas Concerning Health
How do you choose a health topic for a research paper when there are so many options? We've got 10 great ideas to get you started.

Celebrity Dropouts Who Earned a GED, List No. 3
Be inspired to get your GED and be successful by these famous celebrity dropouts who earned a GED and went on to make it big, including Ron White.

5 Do's and Don'ts for Fitting In as a Nontraditional Student
Are you doing the right things to fit in at school as an older adult student, or are you overdoing it and becoming a bore. Ryan Hickey can tell you.

10 Places to Research Your Paper: Including and Beyond the Internet
Research beyond the Internet and your paper will stand out. We've listed 10 places you should consider as research sources, including the Internet.

10 Ways to Relieve the Stress of Going Back to School as an Adult
Stressed about going back to school as an adult? We have 10 ways to relieve your stress and make studying easier. When studying is easier, you get better grades. Better grades are good.

9 Excuses That Keep You From Going Back to School -- Debunked!
Did you sign up for school and are now getting cold feet? Ryan Hickey knows all of your excuses, and debunks every one of them.

Eight Ways to Be Successful at School
Once you make the decision to go back to school, you want to make sure you'll be successful. We chose 8 ways to be successful at school from Lynn F. Jacobs's and Jeremy S. Hyman's book

How to Write SMART/SMART Goals and Objectives
Write your goals in the SMART way and you have a much better chance of achieving them. We show you how to do it the Peter Drucker way.

What Are Continuing Education Units or CEUs?
What does CEU mean? What are they, who needs them, and why are they so important to all of us.

Ask 3 Questions to Assess Workplace Needs and Improve Workflow
Ask three questions to find the breakdown in communication and workflow. When you know that, it is easy to create the training your employees need.

Why You Should Stop Trying to Achieve Balance
Why you should throw out the ideas of balance, trade-offs, and multitasking and start making your home life a priority if you're going back to school as an adult.

The GED Reasoning Through Language Arts Test (RLA)
Be ready for the GED language arts test, which replaced the GED reading and writing tests.

What Is General Educational Development? (GED)
What is GED? Learn about what GED is, how to get started, and where to find testing info.

How to Give a Memorable Speech (Chip Heath and Dan Heath)
Make your speech a great speech, one people remember, one that sticks. Six sticky principles by Chip Heath and Dan Heath.

Use the Drum Jam Ice Breaker to Wake Up Your Class
A simple drum jam can be a fun and easy active ice breaker or energizer to wake up your class. Start with a few rhythm exercises and let the jamming begin.

Marooned- An Ice Breaker Party Game for Adults
This ice breaker is a good adult game to play when the people gathered are strangers, and it fosters team building in groups that already work together.

Find Facts for Your Research Paper at Data.gov
Writing a research paper at any level in your education career can be a daunting task. Make it easier by finding reliable info at data.gov.

The Computer-Based GED Test - About the Change and What's On the Test
What's on the computer-based GED test? We've got info and resources for you.

Deepen Your Understanding By Teaching What You Learn
Teaching what you've learned, no matter what it is, deepens your understanding. We have lots of ideas for how you can share what you've learned.

Learn ESL Through Movement
If you have tried and struggled to learn English as a second language (ESL) the usual ways, it’s time to try it Dr. James Asher’s way---through movement. In just 10-20 hours of silent physical response to commands in the new language, you'll be ready to begin speaking.

Welding - Plumbing - Learn a Trade, Find a Job
Learn a trade - welding, plumbing, waste water management - and get a new job.

Positive Thinking - Use it to Get What You Want
Do you know how to get what you want? 11 articles that will show you how to get what you want, for free!

4 Time Management Tips that Involve a Little Investment of Time
Use the Eisenhower Matrix to prioritize your time as an adult student. Part of our collection of time management tips for nontraditional students.

6 Reasons You Should Choose a Community College
Community colleges provide wonderful opportunities for adult students returning to school. We have six reasons you should choose a community college.

5 Ways to Be Safe on Campus
More than 2 million women are assaulted on college campuses every school year. Practice these 5 tips from David Nance of SABRE to stay safe.

6 Ways to Stay Relevant Before Earning Your Master's Degree
Be ready for grad school with these tips from Ryan Hickey about how to stay relevant in your field. Take a break and raise funds, but you have work to do.

How to Ace Your Grad School Interview After Taking Time Off
You have an interview for grad school, but you've been out of school for a while. Advice for preparing for, and behaving at, your interview.

What NOT to Wear to School as an Adult Student
Adult students, please don't look like an old lady or a cougar on campus. We've got five tips for what NOT to wear to school as an adult student.

5 Reasons Learning Spanish Online Is Easy
Clay Cooper struggled to learn Spanish, and then found a way to make it easy. He started Speak Shop to make it easy for you to learn Spanish, too.

10 Ways to Improve Your Writing
Writing is one of the first things people worry about when going back to school. If your writing worries you, we've got 10 ways to help you improve it.

The Best Search Engines for Students
You can learn almost anything on the Internet, but how do you go about finding it? We've listed the best search engines for students.

10 Ways to Be a Great Student
You've decided to go back to school. Dare to be the best student you can possibly be. Here are 10 ways to be a great student.

Help with Math
Remembering math can make going back to school scary. We've started a collection of math help to ease your fears.

6 Speed Reading Secrets for Adult Students
Evelyn Wood's former business partner, H. Bernard Wechsler, shares 6 techniques speed readers use, tips that help adult students read faster.

5 Crucial Skills for the Teacher of Adults
Are you ready to teach your adult education class? We've got 5 crucial skills to help you, and lots of supporting information.

How to Create a Successful Continuing Education Conference
Nobody likes a boring continuing ed. conference. Create a successful conference with these suggestions from Thom Singer, the Conference Catalyst.

Contests for Adult Students - Pay for School by Winning Contests
Feeling lucky? Make money for college by winning scholarship contests. We've listed 10 contests to get you thinking.

P.E.O. International Scholarships
P.E.O. (Philanthropic Educational Organization) has championed the education of women since it was founded in 1869. It's a finalist for Best Scholarship for Adult Students in the 2013 Readers' Choice Awards.

Which States Have Lottery Scholarships?
Does the lottery in your state provide scholarships for students, even non-traditional students? Find out, because if it does, school just became more affordable for you. We have the list.

Collection of Learning Styles Tests and Inventories
How do you learn best? Do you have a particular style? Find out with one, or all, of these fascinating learning style assessments.

5 Reasons You Should Sign Up for a Workshop
Continuing education workshops are fun, and good for you! Manuela Marin Salcedo gives you five reasons for challenging yourself at a workshop.

10 Ways to Prevent Alzheimer's
Learning is one way to prevent Alzheimer's disease and other age-related memory loss according to Jean Carper. We chose our top 10 ideas from her book.

5 Ways to Learn in Your Third Age
Humans are living 30 years longer than they did in 1900. Those of us 55 to 79 can learn in our

First Day of School Fun Classroom Introductions
Engage the adults in your classroom on the first day of school by choosing one of these 10 fun introductions for the classroom. Students who are engaged faster, learn faster. Printable instructions.

Adult Ice Breaker Games for the Classroom, Meeting, Conference, Party
Adult ice breaker and team building games for the classroom, conference, meeting, or party that will help your students get to know each other.

10 Active Ice Breakers That Will Energize Your Students
When your class stops responding to you, wake them up with one of these active ice breaker games for adults in the classroom.

5 Things That Make it Easier to Go Back to School as an Adult
Do you worry about paying for school, finding time for studying, and managing the stress of going back to school? We have 5 tips to make it easier.

Frequently Asked Questions About Continuing and Adult Education
Have a question about continuing education or adult education? Find the answer in our handy FAQ.

Frequently Asked Questions About Continuing and Adult Education
Have a question about continuing education or adult education? Find the answer in our handy FAQ.

10 Ways to Be a Better Learner - Ideas from Jeff Cobb
Jeff Cobb believes it is more important than ever to be a lifelong learner. Are you? Here are Cobb's 10 ideas for being a better learner.

Help for Non-Traditional Students - Tips, Advice, Resources
If you're 25+ and returning to school for any reason, we can help with study and balance tips, online learning info, advice, and lots of resources.

8 Ways to Model Study Habits for Your Child
When you are in school at the same time as your child, homework has a double meaning. Be sure to model good study habits with these effective practices.

5 Business Skills You Should Learn
Do you have a dream for your business but don't know how to make it happen? Learn the five business skills that will help you achieve your dreams.

Why You Need to Network in School as an Adult Student
There's a good chance you will be competing for jobs with the younger students in your class. Knowing how to network in school can give you an edge.

25 Celebrity Dropouts Who Earned a GED, List No. 1
If you think earning a GED makes you a loser, take a look at our list of celebrity dropouts who earned a GED. You, too, can be successful with a GED.

25 Celebrity Dropouts Who Earned a GED, List No. 1
If you think earning a GED makes you a loser, take a look at our list of celebrity dropouts who earned a GED. You, too, can be successful with a GED.

25 Celebrity Dropouts Who Earned a GED, List No. 1
If you think earning a GED makes you a loser, take a look at our list of celebrity dropouts who earned a GED. You, too, can be successful with a GED.

How to Find the Job You Want and Learn What You Need to Know
You know what job you want, but how can you be sure? And how do you land that job? 10 ways to discover the credentials you need for the job you want.

Find GED and High School Equivalency Programs in the US, List 6
Links to GED and high school equivalency programs in states from South Dakota to Wyoming, part 6 of our full list of programs in the United States.

Get Your GED or HSE with This List of Resources and Tips
Get your GED/HSE with help from this list of resources and tips about the GED, from state requirements to what's on the new computer-based test.

Get Your GED or HSE with This List of Resources and Tips
Get your GED/HSE with help from this list of resources and tips about the GED, from state requirements to what's on the new computer-based test.

Celebrity Dropouts Who Earned a GED, List No. 2
Twenty-five more celebrities who dropped out of school, earned a GED, and became famous. If they can do it, so can you.

Find GED and High School Equivalency Programs in the US, List 4
Links to GED and high school equivalency programs in states from Minnesota to New Jersey, part 4 of our full list of programs in the United States.

Find GED and High School Equivalency Programs in the US, List 2
Links to GED and high school equivalency programs in states from Connecticut to Iowa, part of our full list of programs in the United States.

Find GED and High School Equivalency Programs in the US, List 3
Links to GED and high school equivalency programs in states from Kansas to Michigan, part 3 of our full list of programs in the United States.

Should You Go Back to School? - 8 Questions to Consider
Should you go back to school? We've got 8 questions to ask yourself.

Financial Aid Facts for Non-Traditional Students
Do you know these 10 facts about financial aid for nontraditional students? Money for college is available for everyone.

6 Adult Student Services You Should Take Advantage Of
If you are not taking advantage of these six adult student services offered on almost every campus, you are missing out. Ask about them.

How to Make Company Training Fun
Make your company training more fun, and memorable, with these tips for preparing your training room, your agenda, and yourself.

What's Your Learning Style?
What's your learning style? Find out with our collection of learning styles inventories.

What's Your Learning Style?
What's your learning style? Find out with our collection of learning styles inventories.

Language Learning - 5 Methods of Language Learning
Learning a new language can happen in lots of ways today. Here are five ways you can explore new languages.

The Learning Styles Controversy - Arguments For and Against
There is a lot of hot controversy surrounding the validity of the learning styles theory. Are learning styles a myth? A collection of arguments.

The Auditory Learning Style - A Resource List
A list of resources for teachers and students interested in the tactile-kinesthetic learning style.

List of Resources for Adult Students with a Kinesethetic Learning Style
A list of resources for teachers and students interested in the tactile-kinesthetic learning style.

5 Things You Should Do Before Starting Your Online Course
You've chosen an online course and are waiting for it to start. Follow these five organization tips and be ready to learn when your class starts.

Inspiring Quotations for Adult Students and Their Teachers
Everyone loves a quotation, especially brainy types. This is our collection of quotes about learning for adult students and their teachers. Be inspired.

5 Tips for Overcoming Life's Obstacles Through Education
Gabriela Ford shares her story of how she overcame bad marriages and very early motherhood through education and positive thinking. Be inspired!

5 Time Management Tips for Busy Students
You're busy. You work. You have a family. Maybe a garden or some other great project. And you're a student. How do you balance it all? Try our five time management tips.

Learning Ideas for Students with a Visual Learning Style
Are you a visual learner? Do you know all of the learning techniques that will help you learn faster and better. We made a nice, long list for you.

Learning Ideas for Students with a Visual Learning Style
Are you a visual learner? Do you know all of the learning techniques that will help you learn faster and better. We made a nice, long list for you.

Ice Breakers for Corporate Meetings
Use an ice breaker at the opening of a corporate meeting--large or small--and people will be more comfortable and effective. We have five good choices.

People Bingo Resource Collection
We put all our People Bingo resources into one fun collection for you--rules, how to make your own cards, lots of idea lists. This ice breaker game is perfect for adults in the classroom, at seminars, and at any other gathering of adults.

3 Reasons to Try New Learning Styles
Choosing learning methods that match your learning style can make learning easier, but there are good reasons for trying new learning styles.

Learning Ideas for Students with an Auditory Learning Style
If you learn best when you hear something first, if you would rather listen to a book than read it, this list of auditory learning style ideas is for you.

Learning Ideas for Students with an Auditory Learning Style
If you learn best when you hear something first, if you would rather listen to a book than read it, this list of auditory learning style ideas is for you.

Don't Assume Your Past Life Doesn't Contribute to Your Future Dreams
If your life experience doesn't appear to match the degree you want, make connections where you can.

Don't Shoehorn Your Answer into an Inappropriate Prompt
If the essay questions on your application seem inappropriate for your age, there are steps you can take.

Don't Gloss Over Gaps in Your Resume
Be honest about the gaps in your resume. Believe it or not, admissions officers are people too.

Don't Apologize for Anything
While you don't want to leave obvious gaps in your resume and/or application, you also don't want to bring up the dark matter of your life.

Christmas Idea List for Playing the Ice Breaker Game Would You Rather
Playing the ice breaker game Would You Rather... at the holidays can help your students relax before final projects. We have Christmas ideas for you!

Don't Try to Fit In with the Classic Co-eds
Don't try to fit in with the classic co-eds. Use your age and current experiences to show what you have to offer.

Don't Be Inconsistent in Your Branding of Yourself
Like it or not, you need to think of yourself as a product when applying to college. Brand yourself, and be consistent about it.

Christmas Idea List for Playing the Ice Breaker Game Would You Rather
Playing the ice breaker game Would You Rather... at the holidays can help your students relax before final projects. We have Christmas ideas for you!

8 Things Adult Students Need to Know About ACT and SAT Test Prep
Know which test you need to take before applying to college, and use all the resources available to you as an adult student to study for it.

How to Play the Ice Breaker Game People Bingo
Play People Bingo in the classroom or at a meeting to make introductions more fun or to energize your students. Instructions and game card ideas!

2 Truths and a Lie Idea List No. 1
Two Truths and a Lie is a favorite classroom ice breaker. We've got a list of truths and lies to get you started.

2 Truths and a Lie Idea List No. 1
Two Truths and a Lie is a favorite classroom ice breaker. We've got a list of truths and lies to get you started.

2 Truths and a Lie Idea List No. 1
Two Truths and a Lie is a favorite classroom ice breaker. We've got a list of truths and lies to get you started.

Top Ice Breakers for the First Day of Class
Check out the top 10 ice breakers of 2009. Three times a year, people flock to the Continuing Education site for ice breakers that will make the first day of class exciting. Any day of class, really. Find out which ice breakers they chose as the top 10 of 2009.

The 2014 GED Mathematical Reasoning Test
What's on the new 2014 GED mathematical reasoning test? Find out what kind of questions to expect and how much time you'll have.

Adult Education in Delaware
Delaware has an abundance of resources available to help adults learn. It's truly impressive. We've gathered a list for you. If you're an adult learner in Delaware, lucky you!

5 Controversial Writing Ideas
Show your teacher you have critical thinking skills by choosing a controversial topic for your research paper. We have five hot ideas for you.

Apps Every Adult Student Should Have
There are so many apps available, how do you decide which apps are best for you as a student? We chose five categories to help you wade through the masses.

The Entrance Exam You Need to Get Into Graduate School
Once you've decided to go to graduate school, the next step may be sitting for an entrance exam. Do you know which one you need? Where to go to take it?

First Steps in Getting Your GED
Making the decision to get your GED is the hardest part of the process. What do you do next? Kelly Garcia helps you get started.

5 More Time Management Tips for Adult Students
Balancing work, life, and school is difficult for busy adult students. We gave you 5 Time Management Tips. Now we have 5 more tips!

How to Explain a Gap in Your Resume When Applying for College
You took a break from school and now need to explain that gap in your resume to an admissions officer. How do you do it? Ryan Hickey has four simple tips for you.

Stay Calm on Test Day by Practicing These 7 Tips
Stay calm when taking a test by practicing these seven tips. And remember to get a good night's sleep before you test. You'll perform 44% better.

Adult Education Associations and Organizations
Which professional organization should you join when you're ready? We list five of the top national adult and continuing education associations.

5 Myths of Online Education - Debunked!
Tamara Popovich debunks five common myths about online education. Are online degrees respected? Certified? Engaging? Easy? Do they take less time?

Course Evaluation
Evaluation of your effectiveness as a trainer or teacher helps you improve your course and your professionalism. Design effective evaluation forms that students actually complete.

10 Tips for Success in Online Courses
Pursuing a degree online can pose a unique set of challenges. Tamara Popovich has 10 tips for success when taking online courses.

International Women's Day 2014 - Ideas
Writing, project, and event ideas for observing International Women's Day 2014.

Scholarship - Peer Voting Determines Scholarships at CollegeNET.com
CollegeNET has thrown away the old-fashioned method of awarding scholarships. Now, you’re the applicant AND the judge. Peer voting determines scholarships at CollegeNET.com.

Free Online GED Practice Tests
Practice tests are one of the very best ways to prepare for the real thing. We list 10 places to find free GED practice tests.

Teachers
Are your students 25+? We have resources for you - adult learning theory, effective lesson plans, and assessments, learning styles info, ice breakers.

Training - Corporate Training - On-the-Job Training
Training in the adult world is multi-faceted. Here, it encompasses the acquisition and development of any new skill or knowledge an adult uses at work. Training resources here include those for learning on the job, at seminars and webinars, corporate learning of all kinds.

Teaching Adults
Information for teachers of adults, whether on the job or in the community. Find ice breakers and adult learning principles here, train-the-trainer tips, and a full training tool box.

Lifelong Learning
There are lots of ways to make life more satisfying, and many of them have to do with lifelong learning. Explore the opportunities available in your community, on the Internet, at your library, even on your television. From audio to video, from social to online, you'll find myriad ways to learn whatever you want to know. Continue your education forever.

Get Your Degree
Still thinking about getting your bachelor's degree? Master's? Doctorate? Here's the info you need to choose the right degree and the right school, make your way through the admissions process, and fit in with the other students, no matter how old you are.

Learning Styles
The topic of learning styles gets people excited, both pro and con. Some teachers swear by them, some at them, but students seem to love them. Check out our collection.

Share Your Experience, Advice, Suggestions, and Stories with Others
This is your chance to share what you know with other non-traditional students. Need advice? Find some here. Got advice? Share it with us!

Student Center - Resources - Tips - Balance
The student center is full of tips and resources. Need help studying? Could you manage your time better? How does an adult student balance work, school, and life?

Ice Breakers and Games for Adults
Whether you want adults to feel comfortable in a formal classroom or in a more casual learning environment, break the ice with a game or group activity. You'll get down to business much faster.

The 2014 GED Social Studies Test
What's on the 2014 GED social studies test? Find out what you need to know and how much time you'll have to take the test.

The Process - The Process of Getting Your Degree
Once you've chosen the degree you want, maybe even the job you want, what is the process for making it happen?

Practice Resources
Find practice guides and tests online.

The GED/High School Equivalency Test
Everything you need to know about the three GED/High School Equivalency tests.

The Right Degree
How do you know which degree is the right degree?

Lifelong Learning - Lifelong Learners Share Advice, Experience
Are you a lifelong learner? Share your advice and experience with others.

Continuing Education Directory for all Professional Fields
Whether you need professional training or provide it, this is the directory for you. Find the continuing education courses you need; list the continuing ed. classes you deliver. Check back often. The list is growing, and as it does, we will add additional categories.

Creativity Ice Breakers and Games
Collection of ice breakers and games for adults that inspire creativity and the arts.

Learning Vacations
Do you love learning something while you're on vacation? This is our collection of learning vacations for lifelong learners.

Tools for Adult Students
Tools for adult students of all ages. Brain teasers, memory tricks, listening tests. Be the best you can be in the classroom. How young is YOUR brain?

GED - What Is GED?
What is GED? What's involved in earning your GED credential?

Glossary - Definition of Education Terms - Meaning of Education Terms
There's nothing like not knowing the definition, or meaning, of a word or phrase to make you shrink from participating in class, in a meeting, in a discussion about education. The glossary is here to help. Like mom always said,

Active Ice Breakers
When you need to get your class up and moving, use an active ice breaker as an energizer.

Learn on the Go
Learning as an adult can take place almost anywhere! You have so many choices available to you. Make the most of your commute by listening to educational CDs. Pop a DVD in and study anything from art to zoology. Make learning portable. Take it with you everywhere you go.

Military - Military Benefits - GI Bill - Continuing Education
You'd like to join the military but need your GED? Or you've been in the military and want to go to school on the GI Bill. Find resources here.

Web Resources - Find a School
Web resources abound for finding help choosing a school. Once you've decided what kind of school you want to attend, find the one that's best for you.

State GED Requirements
State GED Requirements. Continuing Education.

Being a Non-Traditional Student
Are you a non-traditional student? Do you have advice for others? We'd like to hear it. Share your advice. Get some advice.

Teaching - Share Your Teaching Experience
Do you have advice about teaching adults? Share your experience and advice with us.

Ice Breakers from Other Sources
We're happy to help you find ice breakers and games for adults wherever they might be.

Auditory Learning
Resources for auditory learning, whether you're the student or the teacher.

Learning Styles Inventories/Assessments/Quizzes/Tests
What's your learning style? Find out with our collection of learning styles inventories.

Tactile-Kinesthetic Learning
Resources for tactile-kinsthetic learning, whether you're the student or the teacher.

Articles from Ron Gross and Sue Salko
Our collection of inspiring articles from popular contributing writer Ron Gross and his partner, Sue Salko.

Gift Ideas for Adult Students and Lifelong Learners
Need a gift for an adult student or favorite lifelong learner? We have lots of ideas!

Today I Learned...Random Acts of Learning
Our exciting Random Acts of Learning series, where lifelong learners can browse what some might call trivia. What did you learn today?

Corporate Training Contributors
Corporate training contributors to About Continuing Education

Student Profiles
Meet non-traditional students like yourself, returning to school and/or engaged in lifelong learning in myriad ways!

Andragogy - The Teaching of Adults
Andragogy is the teaching of adults. It differs from pedagogy, which is teacher centered. If you teach adults, you need to know about andragogy.

Bookshelf - Continuing Education Bookshelf for the Non-Trad Student
A Continuing Education bookshelf for the non-traditional student. Lists and reviews.

Success Stories
Everyone can use a little encouragement now and then, especially when the studying gets tough. Meet other adults who went back to school and have success stories to share. Get inspired.

Program Profiles
Can't decide exactly which continuing education program is right for you? Check out Melanie Zoltan's program profiles. She also has a collection of school profiles and student profiles.

Admission - The Admission Process for Continuing Education
Once you've decided to go back to school, what happens next? What is the admission process for continuing education?

English as a Second Language - ESL - EFL
Learning English as a second language is tougher for adults than for children. Get all the help you can right here and on the ESL About.com guide site.

Today I Learned...About Rose-Colored Glasses
To see something through rose-colored glasses is to see things as better than they are, but where did the idiom originate? I can tell you.

Movie of Your Life Ice Breaker - Which Movie? Which Character Is You?
If they made a movie of your life, what kind of movie would it be and who would be cast as you? This ice breaker game for adults is easy to customize.

50 Fun Ideas for Your People Bingo Cards - List No. 3
List no. 3 of fun ideas for the People Bingo cards you make yourself for classes, meetings, conferences, or parties. See our collection, plus how to.

50 Fun Ideas for Your People Bingo Cards - List No. 3
List no. 3 of fun ideas for the People Bingo cards you make yourself for classes, meetings, conferences, or parties. See our collection, plus how to.

50 Fun Ideas for Your People Bingo Cards - List No. 3
List no. 3 of fun ideas for the People Bingo cards you make yourself for classes, meetings, conferences, or parties. See our collection, plus how to.

50 Fun Ideas for Your People Bingo Cards - List No. 3
List no. 3 of fun ideas for the People Bingo cards you make yourself for classes, meetings, conferences, or parties. See our collection, plus how to.

50 Fun Ideas for Your People Bingo Cards - List No. 3
List no. 3 of fun ideas for the People Bingo cards you make yourself for classes, meetings, conferences, or parties. See our collection, plus how to.

How to Read Faster and Have More Study Time as an Adult Student
If your studies as an adult student involve a lot of reading, how do you find the time? You learn to read faster with these 10 easy tips.

Ryan Hickey Bio
Ryan Hickey, managing editor of Peterson's and EssayEdge, offers advice to adult students on returning to school.

8 Things You Can Do to Write the Perfect Personal Essay
Your assignment is to write a personal essay. Do you remember how? You can do it well with these 8 tips for writing a personal essay that shines.

Find GED and High School Equivalency Programs in the US, List 5
Links to GED and high school equivalency programs in states from New Mexico to South Carolina, part 5 of our full list of programs in the United States.

Find GED and High School Equivalency Programs in the United States
Finding GED and high school equivalency info for each state can be difficult. We list the links for each state, plus the test offered by each state.

5 Ways Ice Breakers Will Make You a Better Teacher of Adult Students
There are five good ways to use ice breakers in the classroom that will make you a better teacher of adult students.

The HiSET Test - High School Equivalency Exam
What's on the new HiSET high school equivalency test offered by some states? We'll tell you which states offer the test and what's on it.

5 Easy, Immediate Time Management Tips for Adult Students
Five easy time management tips for adult students that result immediately in additional minutes in your day. Do you practice them?

5 Ways Your Tablet Can Make You a Better Student
If you are an adult student, you probably have a tablet. Do you use your tablet in the five ways that can make you a better student?

Gift Ideas that Give the Adult Student a Study Break
When most of your time is spent balancing school, work, and life, a break from it all can be the best gift of all for adult students. We have 5 ideas.

Quotes on Writing that Inspire Adult Students and Their Teachers
Does your writing need inspiration? For the teacher or the student, we have five inspirational quotations on writing.

What to Do When You Feel Stuck - Motivation for Adult Students
Do you feel stuck? Studying anything new can be frustrating at times, especially for adults. Inspire yourself to keep going with these tips.

6 Must-Have Computer Skills for Adult Students
Do you have the six computer skills you should have to excel in school as an adult student or to get a better job?

How to Write a Research Paper That Earns an A
Your assignment is to write a research paper. Do you know how a research paper differs from other papers, say an essay? We show you how in 10 steps.

Literacy Quotes That Inspire Teachers and Adult Students
Quotations on the importance of literacy from Maya Angelou, Mark Twain, Thomas Jefferson, and others.

How to Practice Critical Thinking in 4 Steps
Your life is the result of the choices you make. Practice these 4 steps of critical thinking and see if your outcomes improve.

3 Ways to Help Adult Students Stay in School
Many colleges struggle to keep nontraditional students in the classroom. We have three strategies to help you with adult student retention.

What Is Your Peak Learning Time? - A Learning Styles Inventory
What time of day do you learn best? Take Ron Gross's learning styles inventory to discover your peak learning time.

How to Write a Learning Contract and Realize Your Goals
Write a learning contract with yourself, comparing current abilities with desired abilities, and determine the best strategy for bridging the gap.

Meditate Away the Stresses of Going Back to School
Meditation can help you manage the stress of going back to school as an adult. Learn how and your stress will start melting away today.

12 Things You Should Do to Earn Your College Degree
If you wish you had your college degree, stop wishing. Follow these steps, no matter how old you are, and get started on, or complete, your degree.

How to Reach Your Goals with a Personal Development Plan
Reach your goal of being a better employee or getting a raise by creating a personal development plan customized just for you.

Should You Pay Someone to Complete the FAFSA for You?
Applying for a FAFSA loan at fafsa.gov, the U.S. Department of Education's website, is free. It's also complicated. Should you pay someone to help you?

What Is Andragogy and Who Needs to Know?
What is andragogy? If you teach adults, it's important to understand the principles of adult education espoused by Malcolm Knowles.

Definition of a Non-Traditional Student
The student population on many campuses is more than 50 percent nontraditional. What is a nontraditional student?

Would You Rather... Ice Breaker Game for Adults
Need ideas for playing Would You Rather...? We have lists of them! This is a great classroom game for energizing students or inspiring conversation. Come on over!

Would You Rather... Ice Breaker Game for Adults
Need ideas for playing Would You Rather...? We have lists of them! This is a great classroom game for energizing students or inspiring conversation. Come on over!

Would You Rather... Ice Breaker Game for Adults
Need ideas for playing Would You Rather...? We have lists of them! This is a great classroom game for energizing students or inspiring conversation. Come on over!

Would You Rather... Ice Breaker Game for Adults
Need ideas for playing Would You Rather...? We have lists of them! This is a great classroom game for energizing students or inspiring conversation. Come on over!

Would You Rather... Ice Breaker Game for Adults
Need ideas for playing Would You Rather...? We have lists of them! This is a great classroom game for energizing students or inspiring conversation. Come on over!

Would You Rather - Ice Breaker Classroom Game for Adults
Would you rather find true love or win the lottery? This game is perfect for adults in the classroom. Printable instructions and lots of ideas.

Quotations to Inspire the Teacher of Adults
Inspire yourself or your favorite teacher of adults with a quotation about the art of teaching.

Continuous Learning at Work - What's In It for You?
Continuous learning at work can make all the difference in your success, and whether or not you like your job. Learn how to be in charge of your future.

Should You Go to School to Be an Entrepreneur?
Can you learn to be an entrepreneur by going back to school? We have arguments for and against.

Gift Ideas for Adult Students
Do you have an adult student on your gift list? We have lots of ideas for you, from expensive to stocking stuffers, including last-minute homemade ideas.

Learning Styles Inventory - Four Quadrants of Learning
When you learn, do you focus on facts, order, mood, or the challenge of ambiguity? Find out in this learning styles inventory from Ron Gross.

Learning Ideas for Students with a Tactile, Kinesthetic Learning Style
We made a long list of learning ideas for students with a tactile, kinesthetic learning style. Do you need to do something in order to learn? Here's how.

Learning Ideas for Students with a Tactile, Kinesthetic Learning Style
We made a long list of learning ideas for students with a tactile, kinesthetic learning style. Do you need to do something in order to learn? Here's how.

How to Find Adult Education and Earn Your GED in Texas
The information you need to pursue your GED credential in Texas.

How to Find Adult Education and Earn a GED in Michigan
The information you need to pursue your GED credential in the state of Michigan.

How to Find Adult Education and Earn Your GED in South Carolina
The information you need to pursue your GED credential in South Carolina.

How to Find Adult Education and Earn Your GED in Ohio
The information you need to pursue your GED credential in Ohio.

How to Find Adult Education and Earn Your GED in Kentucky
The information you need to pursue your GED credential in Kentucky.

Warm-Ups for Introducing New Topics to Lesson Plans
Begin lesson plans with a five-minute warm up or ice breaker and help your students focus more quickly on a new topic, open up creative thinking, and apply learning in new ways.

5 Ways to Stay on Track with Your Online Course
Online learning requires more discipline than sitting in a classroom. You can stay on track with your online course if you follow these five tips.

Checklist for Going Back to College as an Adult
You dropped out of college. So what? You can get back in and finish your college education. This is your checklist for going back to school as an adult.

5 Ways to Overcome Your Fears of Going Back to School as an Adult
Adult students often worry about going back to school and fitting in. We've got 5 ways to overcome your fears, real or not. Don't be afraid of school.

Why You Should Use Table Topics in Your Adult Education Classroom
When discussion is a big part of your reason for being in the classroom, use Table Topics to break the ice and help people engage.

Screen Font Too Small - How to Change Text Size
Learn how to change text or font size, bigger or smaller, on your computer screen and many devices, and save your eyes.

Manage Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom
Teaching adults can be challenging if you've got a student who is consistently disruptive. Learn some effective classroom management techniques.

5 Games for Test Prep
Help your students with test prep by playing one of these five games for the classroom.

How to Improve Your Memory by Being Curious
Your curiosity about a topic has everything to do with how well you remember what you learn. Improve your memory as an adult student with these tips.

3 Ways to Improve Your Memory
If you struggle to remember what you've learned, try these three surprising techniques for improving your memory.

10 Steps to Conflict Resolution
These 10 steps to conflict resolution will help you keep peace in the corporate office, the classroom, and in your personal life.

You Are What You Think - The Secret Power of the Mind
Do you know the secret power of the mind? Find out how it can help you succeed in school as an adult student?

When You Should Say Yes, and No, as an Adult Student
Successful people say yes to many things, but there are times you should say no. When should you say yes and when should you say no? We have examples.

Learn by Asking Questions
Improve your studying with the most effective learning technique of all - asking and answering questions. This skill leads to critical thinking.

Accelerated Science Program Helps Adult Students Find Healthcare Jobs Faster
If you're an adult student seeking an accelerated path to a better healthcare job, the Integrated Science Program from Lifelong Education Institute might be right for you.

What to Wear to School as an Adult Student
You have enough to worry about as an adult student returning to school. Don't worry about fashion. We've got five fashion tips to help you fit in.

How to Choose an Online High School
Choosing an online high school can be confusing. Tom Nixon gives you advice on choosing the right online high school for you.

6 Tips for Improving Your Writing
Writing can make non-traditional students a little nervous. If you're going back to school after decades, we've got 6 tips for improving your writing skills.

How the U.S. Government Helps Americans Pay for Higher Education
The Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 can help you pay for college. Find out how the U.S. government helps make college affordable.

Ice Breaker Game for Adults - If You Had a Magic Wand
If you had a magic wand, what would you change? This is an ice breaker game that opens minds and energizes your group when discussion is dead.

People Bingo Game for Adults in the Classroom - List No. 2
Need more ideas for your People Bingo cards? You'll find lots of them in our People Bingo Idea List No. 2! See our entire People Bingo collection.

People Bingo Game for Adults in the Classroom - List No. 2
Need more ideas for your People Bingo cards? You'll find lots of them in our People Bingo Idea List No. 2! See our entire People Bingo collection.

People Bingo Game for Adults in the Classroom - List No. 2
Need more ideas for your People Bingo cards? You'll find lots of them in our People Bingo Idea List No. 2! See our entire People Bingo collection.

People Bingo Game for Adults in the Classroom - List No. 2
Need more ideas for your People Bingo cards? You'll find lots of them in our People Bingo Idea List No. 2! See our entire People Bingo collection.

People Bingo Game for Adults in the Classroom - List No. 2
Need more ideas for your People Bingo cards? You'll find lots of them in our People Bingo Idea List No. 2! See our entire People Bingo collection.

Idea List No. 2 for the Ice Breaker Game Would You Rather...
Our list of fun starter ideas for the ice breaker game Would You Rather... continues with list No. 2, including links to related material.

Idea List No. 2 for the Ice Breaker Game Would You Rather...
Our list of fun starter ideas for the ice breaker game Would You Rather... continues with list No. 2, including links to related material.

Idea List No. 2 for the Ice Breaker Game Would You Rather...
Our list of fun starter ideas for the ice breaker game Would You Rather... continues with list No. 2, including links to related material.

Idea List No. 2 for the Ice Breaker Game Would You Rather...
Our list of fun starter ideas for the ice breaker game Would You Rather... continues with list No. 2, including links to related material.

3 Ideas That Will Make You Smarter
These three simple ideas will help you have more time as an adult student, and that means they'll make you smarter and richer.

Have More Time by Learning to Say No and Delegate
Learn to say no and delegate before going back to school as an adult student, and you'll have more time.

Should You Buy a Fake GED or Professional Certificate?
Should you buy a diploma? A fake GED or professional certificate? Fake CEUs? You can, but should you?

Room Setup Options for the Adult Seminar, Classroom, or Conference
Classrooms come in all shapes, sizes, and designs. Choose the classroom layout that best facilitates what you're trying to accomplish in your classrooms.

Collection of Time Management Tips
When adults go back to school, time management can be a really challenge. We put all of our time management tips in one collection.

English Translation - The Beauty of Wrong English Translation
When English translation goes wrong, it can be funny or it can be incredibly creative. This is about the beauty of wrong English translation.

Cool Colleges for the Hyper-Intelligent, Self-Directed, Late Blooming ...
Have a problem finding the right college? Don Asher collected the coolest colleges for the nontraditional student or the

Where to Find Child Care When You Go Back to School as an Adult
Finding balance in life is especially complicated when you’re working, going to school and need child care. Here are eight options to consider.

Why You Should Write Practice Tests While You Study
Writing your own practice tests is one of the best ways of studying and getting higher grades. The extra time investment pays off.

What Is the Hero's Journey? - A Complete Explanation
Find out why the elements of the hero's journey make stories more satisfying. Use them writing stories and reading stories of all kinds.

The Hero's Journey - Meeting with the Mentor
When you see a wise old man or woman in a story, think mentor. The mentor is an important part of satisfying stories and the hero's journey.

The Hero's Journey - Introduction
Do you know the elements that make stories satisfying? Understanding the hero's journey is important for both writers and readers.

The Hero's Journey - The Resurrection and Return
The resurrection is the climax of the story, the last dangerous meeting with death. Upon the hero's return with the elixir, life is truly changed.

The Hero's Journey - The Reward and the Road Back
The hero seizes the sought-after prize, the reward, and starts on the road back home. But the journey home will not be easy.

The Hero's Journey - The Ordeal
The ordeal is a critical moment in every story. The hero stands in the deepest chamber of the inmost cave and faces a confrontation with his greatest fear.

The Approach to the Inmost Cave in the Hero's Journey
The hero has adjusted to the special world and goes on to seek its heart, the inmost cave. She is torn apart by challenges and must use every lesson learned.

The Hero's Journey - The Call to Adventure
In the second part of the hero's journey, the hero is presented with a problem or challenge. For readers to be involved, they need to know the stakes.

The Hero's Journey - Crossing the Threshold & Tests
The hero, armed with gifts from a mentor, agrees to face the journey. This is the crossing from the ordinary world into the special world.

The Hero's Journey - The Ordinary World
The hero's journey begins with the hero in the ordinary world, going about ordinary life, except that something isn't quite right.

Ice Breaker - Introductions - Fortune Cookie Writer
Learn something about your adult students when you ask them to write fortune cookies. Are they gurus? Or wise crackers?

How to Make Lesson Plans for Adult Students
Lesson plans for continuing education are easy to write when you know how. Follow these instructions for easy, effective course design.

If You Had Taken a Different Path
Use this ice breaker to learn why your adult students are in back in the classroom. Are they changing their path in life?

How to Major in Success by Following Your Passion
The difference between mediocrity and greatness is not family or intelligence, says Patrick Combs in his book, Major in Success, it’s extraordinary drive.

GED Books - A Sampling of GED Study Guides
There are many resources available to help you prepare for the GED/HSE exam on your own. Here's a list of GED books to get you started.

8 Affordable Gift Ideas for Adult Students
Need affordable gift ideas for the adult student in your life? Don't have a lot to spend? We've got 8 affordable gift ideas for students.

Tips for Taking Good Notes in Class
Should you take notes in class on a laptop? Research suggests otherwise. How can you use your laptop and still pay attention to learning?

GED - 3 Free GED Classes
Are there really free GED classes? Yes, there are, but you need to read carefully. We list several totally free online resources for your GED study.

Free Online GED Testing
Can you take the GED test online? We have the scoop for you, and lots of resources to help you prep for the GED or high school equivalency test.

Spencer - Herbert Spencer - Herbert Spencer Quotations on Education
Herbert Spencer was an English philosopher and prolific writer whose views on education are often quoted. Here's our collection of Spencer quotes.

The Power of Networking at Continuing Education Conferences
Why should you network at continuing ed. conferences. You'll increase your power and effectiveness in these ways.

Learning Styles Inventory - Your Personal Intelligences
What are your personal intelligences? We're not talking IQ here. We're talking about seven different intelligences that enhance your capacity to learn. What are yours?

The Importance of Meaningful Conversation
Meaningful conversation is one of the most important aspects of learning, especially for adults. Sadly, it doesn't happen very often anymore. Whether you're the teacher or the ageless learner, following Ron Gross's suggestions for stimulating meaningful conversation will enliven your classroom and your dinner table.

Take Charge of Your Professional Development
Take charge of your own professional development with these 10 steps to success. Create your own opportunities. We show you how to get started.

5 Reasons Women Should Learn to Code
Robyn Steinberg of NYCDA gives you five reasons you should learn to code (now!) if you're a woman. Do you know why?

5 Common Mistakes Made by Native English Speakers
Which one do you use: 1. Me and Tim/ Tim and I. 2. We Was/We Were. 3. Had Ran/Had Run. 4. She Don't/ She Done. 5. It's Broke/It's Broken. Why?

10 Writing Ideas Concerning Women
Need a topic concerning women for your essay or research paper? We've got 10 good ones to get your creative juices flowing.

Ways to Keep Your Brain Healthy Through Lifelong Learning
Lifelong learning keeps your brain healthy. Don't let age keep you from learning something new every day. We have ideas for you, from easy to grand.

2 Truths and a Lie Idea List for Christmas
Christmas ideas for playing Two Truths and a Lie during the holidays, plus printable game instructions and generic ideas for all year long.

2 Truths and a Lie Idea List for Christmas
Christmas ideas for playing Two Truths and a Lie during the holidays, plus printable game instructions and generic ideas for all year long.

2 Truths and a Lie Idea List for Christmas
Christmas ideas for playing Two Truths and a Lie during the holidays, plus printable game instructions and generic ideas for all year long.

8 Gift Ideas for Non-Traditional Students
Gift ideas for the nontraditional student in your life abound, and they don't have to cost a lot unless you want them to.

How to Be a Good Listener
Listening is a study skill most of us take for granted. Test your listening skills and then start practicing active listening in the classroom. It's where your studying begins.

Meeting Expectations Can Make or Break Your Class
Expectations are powerful, especially when you're teaching adults. Make sure you know what your students expect with this ice breaker game for adults.

How to Ease Back Into School as an Adult Student
Advice from Drs. Debra Gonsher and Joshua Halberstam, authors of The Community College Guide, on easing back into school as an adult.

Improve Your Admissions Chances by Following These 5 Tips
Before sending off your application with hopes for admission in your favorite college, make sure you're following these five tips.

Customize Lesson Plans with TED-Ed
Customize TED Talks for your own lesson plans. It's easy, and it's a nice way to engage your students. Besides, they'll be so impressed!

6 Tips for Making Friends as a Non-Traditional Student
It can be hard to make friends at school when you're a nontraditional student and your classmates are half your age. We have tips from J.R. Parrish.

Top 10 Ice Breaker Party Games for Adults
A list of favorite ice breaker games for adults in the classroom.

People Bingo Game for Adults in the Classroom - Idea List No. 4 - Perfect for Girls' Night Out
People Bingo is the most popular classroom ice breaker game for adults. Modify it for your next girls' night out with this easy-to-make game card.

People Bingo Game for Adults in the Classroom - Idea List No. 4 - Perfect for Girls' Night Out
People Bingo is the most popular classroom ice breaker game for adults. Modify it for your next girls' night out with this easy-to-make game card.

People Bingo Game for Adults in the Classroom - Idea List No. 4 - Perfect for Girls' Night Out
People Bingo is the most popular classroom ice breaker game for adults. Modify it for your next girls' night out with this easy-to-make game card.

Why You Should Send Employees to Project Management Training
Employees trained in project management can help your company improve and profit. Michelle LaBrosse of Cheetah Learning tells you how.

Top Schools of Nursing - U.S. News and World Report 2013
Nursing is one of the most popular fields. Here are the top schools of nursing from U.S. News and World Report's 2013 edition of Best Grad Schools.

The Top Schools of Medicine from U.S. News and World Report 2013
Want a medical degree? There are lots to choose from. Here are the top schools of medicine for 2013 from U.S. News and World Report.

Home Health Aide Training at Finger Lakes Community College
Students looking for home health aide training in New York will find info here on enrolling at Finger Lakes Community College in Canandaigua/

Ice Breaker for Classrooms - The Name Game
You may have people in your group who hate the name game so much they wil still remember names two years from now! This ice breaker works.

English Grammar Tips List No. 2
English can be tricky. We've added to our list of common mistakes made by native English speakers. Which mistakes do you make?

What Is TED?
What is TED? If you haven't yet been introduced to this fabulous source of lifelong learning inspiration, come on in. We'll tell you what it is and show you how you can get involved.

7 Tips for Improving Your Public Speaking Skills
Does speaking in class freak you out? Improve your public speaking skills with these seven tips.

3 Characteristics of Effective Adult Education
Teachers, do your lesson plans include the three characteristics of effective adult education?

Asynchronous vs. Synchronous Learning Types
What is the difference between asynchronous and synchronous learning? We'll tell you.

8 Places to Find Free Educational Videos
You can learn almost anything on the Internet now. We've got a list for you of some of the best places to find educational videos.

Ice Breaker - Photo Scavenger Hunt
A picture is worth a thousand words. Almost everyone has a photo or two in their wallet or on their phone. Put them to work in your adult classroom.

Ice Breaker - Kinetic - Brainstorm Race
A brainstorm race is a great way to review topics you've already covered, and have some energizing fun in the process.

Party Games for Adults - Energize Your Classroom
Is a party game appropriate in the classroom? If it isn't raunchy and you use it as an energizer, it can be. The trick is to choose an ice breaker that won't drive your adult students out of the room, but will energize them. Printable instructions.

Are You Good at Listening?
Are you good at listening? Find out with this free, printable listening quiz. Test your perception of your own listening skills.

People Bingo Game for Adults in the Classroom - List No. 5
People Bingo, or Human Bingo, is one of the most popular ice breaker games for adults in the classroom and girls' nights out. Get ideas for your own game cards. See our entire collection.

People Bingo Game for Adults in the Classroom - List No. 5
People Bingo, or Human Bingo, is one of the most popular ice breaker games for adults in the classroom and girls' nights out. Get ideas for your own game cards. See our entire collection.