STUDENT CENTERED TEACHING AND LEARNING
INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM AT ASHS SITES IS DESIGNED TO MEET THE ACADEMIC NEEDS OF
STUDENTS WHO ARE PREPARING FOR THE GED TEST, TWO AND FOUR YEAR COLLEGES AND THE
registration and placement testing, students are assigned classes based on
reading levels. At each level of instruction,
Basic, Pre-GED and GED, students have an opportunity to improve their skills in
each of the five areas on the GED test:
arts � reading
Instruction in the subject areas is enhanced by using
computer assisted instruction and internet access. In addition to content area
studies, GED classes focus on the development of higher order thinking skills
such as analysis, application and synthesis. Mastery of these skills is
important for success on the GED test.
FLEXIBILITY IS THE KEY
ASHS teachers employ individual, small group and whole group
instructional methods to help students learn subject matter, develop higher
order thinking skills and master test taking skills. ASHS administrators and teachers know that
students have a variety of learning styles, and that one key element in the
learning process is flexibility.
Each student progresses at his own pace, and takes the GED
test when he�s attained a required score on the school administered practice
GED test or predictor.
attend classes in one of three convenient time slots:
2 � hours in the morning from 8:30 A.M. to 11A.M., Mon. through Fri.
2 � hours in the afternoon from 12:15
P.M. to 2:45
3 hours in the evening from 5:30
P.M. to 8:30