Adult Education – Current Student Resources
Links to Distance Learning Sites
Read Theory is used to place new students in the correct level class(es). It is also used for advanced ESL students to study from home.
Username – sent by staff
Password – sent by staff
USA Learns is a site used for ESL students to practice reading, writing, and listening skills. There is also a unit on citizenship.
Username – email address given at registration
Password – sent by staff
Edmentum is primarily used for diploma and GED students. There are a few classes set up for advanced ESL students in various electives. Account – MLC1 (ESL and GED) SWCSD8 (Credit Recovery and Adult Diploma) Username – sent by staff Password – sent by staff
A variety of ESL teachers use Read Works to assign students homework and readings to be competed outside of class,
Class Code – Sent by teacher
Moby Max is used by students to help improve their test scores.
SiD is the information database used by Adult Basic Education programs in Minnesota. Students may log-in to check test scores, demographic information, and attendance.
Email address – Email address provided at time of registration
Password – Student ID Number provided by staff
Aztec is used in many classes such as GED Prep, Financial Literacy, Ready for Work, and more. Both the id and password are case-sensitive.
Students may use this site to register for take their official GED test or take the official practice tests. Our program provides free vouchers to our registered students to take the GED Ready Practice tests. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you need a GED Ready Voucher Code.
Email – created by student
Password – created by student
Free sample test questions in Language Arts, Math, Social Studies and Science. These online exams are a quarter of the length of the actual GED and will give you a sense of what to expect on test day. For the best experience use a desktop computer or laptop.
Don’t have a computer to study on? Don’t let that stop you! Contact us about our computer loan program or check out one of these great options:
Dakota County has Chromebooks and hotspot devices to help you access the internet outside of the library! Hotspots can be checked out separately to use with your own devices or borrowed as part of a Chromebook kit.
PC for People Low Cost Computer Buying Program
Attention Adult Education Students! Did you know that you may qualify for a low cost computer through PCs for People?
Call 651-354-2552 or visit https://www.pcsforpeople.org/eligibility/ to learn more or to check your eligibility!
CareerForce provides employment services and training options that will connect employers and job seekers through community partnerships and technology.
Find your nearest team at www.careerforcemn.com/locations. Staff can help you connect to job search resources, provide assistance with interviewing and resume writing, and help you navigate various government benefits. If you have trouble connecting, call the CareerForce Help Desk at 651-259-7501 or email email@example.com.
Other CareerForce resources include:
Resume Writing Online Workshop: This 40-minute video covers the tools you need to develop an effective resume.
Interview Skills Online Workshop: This 30-minute video takes you through the job interview process – how to prepare, what to expect during it, and what to do afterwards.
Job Search Webinar: This 70-minute video is an overview of job search best practices.
800+ Job Openings in Dakota and Scott Counties on www.minnesotaworks.net. You can look at the list – sorted by city -here www.co.dakota.mn.us/HealthFamily/FindJob/JobSearchResources/Pages/default.aspx.
Great Rivers Adult Education Consortium Program Manager
Great Rivers Adult Education Consortium Program Specialist