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Online Resources for Students

TV411

www.tv411.org

TV411 is a collection of videos and web activities designed to help you reach your learning goals. Pick a topic—reading, writing, vocabulary, math, science, or finance—and get started. You can register if you want to keep track of the lessons you've done and the videos you've watched. Registration is free.

GCF Learn Free

GCF Learn Free provides hundreds of free lessons on topics such as reading, English, math, computer basics, jobs, money, time, food, health, and map. Registration is optional and will allow you to track your progress.

Typing Lessons from Typing.com

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​​Typing.com (or typingweb.com) provides free typing lessons. Registration is free.

Scholastic StudyJams

These videos and slideshows focus on math and science. They are very clear and provide a "Test Yourself" activity after each presentation so that users can make sure that they understand the material. Free!

Khan Academy

Practice math at your own pace with Khan Academy. Every problem can be broken down, step-by-step. If you need more help, you can always watch a related video. You can even print out worksheets to practice offline. Register for free to track your progress. (Other topics include science, history, economics, etc.)

McGraw Hill 2002 GED Study Guides

See links to each subject below.

​​These materials provide a way to start preparing for various high school equivalency tests. Please note that they have not been updated for the new 2014 GED®  tests. Click on a subject area to start practicing:

Writing 

Social Studies 

Science

Reading

Math

This free online training course provides opportunities to listen, take notes, practice speaking skills and learn the vocabulary necessary for a profession in the health care field.

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