Learn and practice your skills in math, science, English language arts, and social studies. Practice and improve test taking skills. Note: GED Academy is offered to all TCC students for free. You must contact Debbye Larsen at email@example.com to get a user name and password. With this resource you’ll be ready to go, learn, and practice!
- Math – Quantitative & algebraic problem solving
- Science – Life science, physical science, earth and space science
- Social Studies – Civics and government, U.S. history, economics, geography and the world
- Reasoning Through Language Arts – Ability to read closely, write clearly, and edit and understand written text
ABEweb allows you to study and improve your skills in English, transitions, GED, college prep, ELL, geography, job searching, math, social studies, and technology. ABE web is a large website that can help adults with their basic education. The website is very easy to navigate and offers many activities that are both visual and interactive.
Khan Academy: Arithmetic provides series of videos for each of the concepts of arithmetic mathematics. When you click on the topic, a series of videos will appear. After a set of a few videos, it will give you an interactive exercise to practice what you learned. Each video has a play icon next to it and each interactive exercise has a star icon next to it. This is a great tool for brushing up on your math skills before taking the ACCUPLACER or other math placement exams.
EdReady is a program that uses NROC Math content to assess yourself in math from arithmetic to trigonometry, then helps you with a customized study plan showing you which areas you need more learning and practice with and which areas you have mastered. This is a great free program to prepare you for placement exams like the ACCUPLACER, to get some extra study help for your math class, or to practice for self-improvement.
You will create a free account if you want to save your work in the program. If you just want to enter and check it out without creating an account, you can just click “Enter as Guest”, but any work you do will not be saved! Also, there will be a prompt asking for a “Key”. You do not need to type in a key to enter and use the site. Just click the ‘Get Started’ button on the prompt and you will be able to enter and see the general math goals you can work on.
Note: The ‘key’ code is used by specific instructors who have prepared math sets for their own students to access. If your teacher has given you a ‘key’ code then enter this in the box when you sign up.