GED®

Link to TABE Math crosswalk

TABE 11/12 Math to GED® High Impact Indicators Crosswalk

The math crosswalk aligns CCRS Standards, TABE Blueprints, GED® Performance Level Descriptors, and new TABE Skill Descriptions from student diagnostic reports.

Link to RLA TABE crosswalk

RLA TABE 11/12 to GED® High Impact Indicators Crosswalk

The RLA crosswalk aligns CCRS Standards, TABE Blueprints, GED® Performance Level Descriptors, and new TABE Skill Descriptions from student diagnostic reports.

Exclusively for Kentucky Adult Educators, math and RLA classrooms provide downloadable lessons and lesson plans by skills and HII. Classroom codes are located in PLC Classes, from Pam (pdcallahan@moreheadstate.edu) or Jo (jbotts@moreheadstate.edu).

GED® High Impact Indicators (HII) represent foundational skills that have a broad usefulness across contexts and content. While instruction in HII may quickly impact student test performance, they are NOT more important that the rest of the indicators.

This GED® Testing Service document shows the relationship between the High Impact Indicators and other content indicators assessed on the GED® test. Adult educators can use this resource to create instructional plans addressing multiple skills in a concentrated time.

The 2019 annual conference was held in Chicago with three main tracks: Professional Development, General GED® Program, and Corrections. This page contains links to downloadable presentations and workbooks/handouts from the presenters.

Performance Level Descriptors explain the skills a student demonstrates in each performance level on the GED® test and the GED Ready® practice test. The four performance levels are Below Passing (1), Passing for High School Equivalency (2), GED® College Ready (3), and GED® College Ready + Credit (4).

Tuesdays for Teachers is a free professional development webinar series designed for educators. This bi-monthly webinar series will take a deeper dive into classroom strategies and techniques for the GED test. Registration for each webinar opens approximately two weeks before the webinar date.

Recent GED® graduate Alice gives you an overview of what to expect on the GED® Reasoning Through Language Arts Extended Response Test. Watch this 8-episode series with your students to take a deeper dive into the skills and expectations that will help students excel on their written responses.

Suggest other GED instructional resources to add to this page. Email Jo Botts (jbotts@moreheadstate.edu) with a brief description and a link to the suggested resource.