Fast Forward comes with tools that help teachers manage and track student progress. A course management system lets you enroll learners in reusable seats, monitor seat time, and generate reports!
Fast Forward prepares learners with the academic and technology skills that will help them be successful in college or in a career. These courses are aligned with GED® test guidelines and approved for preparation on the HiSET® test. Because Fast Forward is based on national high school standards, the courses are also great prep for other tests including the TASC test.
Many helpful features are available to help prepare your learners for a variety of 2014 tests.
|Individual license – all subjects||$129|
|Individual license – one subject||$36|
|Classroom license 10 or more seats||$97/seat|
|Classroom license 30 or more seats||$78/seat|
|Classroom license 50 or more seats||$62/seat|
|Classroom license 70 or more seats||$50/seat|
|Classroom license 100 or more seats||$45/seat|
|Statewide license||call for pricing:
A classroom license for two or more students comes with a free course management system which allows teachers to assign (and reassign) reusable seats, track student progress, monitor seat time and generate reports. A classroom license also includes a Teacher Toolkit with extension activities, additional instructional video segments, and correlations to GED® Assessment Targets, Common Core State Standards (CCSS), and more.
Fast Forward licenses come with vouchers for the official GED Ready™ practice test. A license for all four subjects comes with four vouchers; a license for an individual subject comes with one voucher.
These easy-to-use workbooks focus on key skills to help learners prepare for high school equivalency tests. Ideal for high-level students who simply need a basic review of the subject.
Each title is available as a perfect-bound print edition or as an e-book.
Written for the intermediate learner, the Fast Forward Basics series workbooks build a foundation for higher-level study. Pretests help learners assess their skills and practice exercises assess learning gains. Engaging video segments give learners a change of pace and expand on the lessons.
Why are some people successful in returning to school and continuing their educations against all odds?
Dropping Back In is a documentary series that features the inspiring stories of former dropouts who overcame the odds and earned their high school equivalency diplomas. You’ll also meet the people who helped them get their educations and their lives back on the path to college and career success.
Visit www.droppingbackin.org and hear their stories.