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GFC LearnFree

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What is GFCLearnFree.org?:

GFCLearnFree.org is a free, quality, interactive, online learning tool that strives to improve technology, literary, math, and life skills that are used in work and everyday life. GFCLearnFree.org provides over 750 different electronic lessons. Users can choose to view each tutorial individually or create a free account and complete a whole class. 


Tutorial:

http://www.gcflearnfree.org/about 

 

Topics:  Below Contains a Link to every topic 

  

 

 

How is GFCLearnFree.org useful for everyone?

Since GFCLearnFree.org has so many topics to choose from, it can be used on a universal level for learning basic skills ranging from how to deposit a check to internet safety. The GFCLearnFree.org lessons are not limited to educational use but also includes everyday living skills.

 

How can GFCLearnFree.org enhance Special Education?

GFCLearnFree.org has the potential to be a great Special Education learning tool. Students in Special Ed. need to not only be taught academics but also like skills. The Everyday Life section has many different lessons on life skills and provides real-life experience without real-life consequences. Because many students with special needs are delayed in most aspects of life, it is hard at times for them to learn a lesson and know the consequences to their actions. By using GFCLearnFree.org students can have the real-life experience over and over again until they understand the steps in each lesson. At the end of each video it gives you the option to print the step-by-step instructions so that they can be used at a later time. Not every lesson has a video but the ones that do not have a video have step-by-step instructions on how to complete the lesson. Some lessons also provide quizzes at the end as well as resources to further your learning. Another useful feature on GFCLearnFree.org is their use of different learning styles. Every video has subtitles and every lesson has the option to be played over speakers which gives both blind and deaf students the opportunity to participate.

 

Blogs:

GFCLearnFree.org has a blog where they post new information and feature certain lessons

http://blog.gcflearnfree.org/ 

 

Creating an Account:

GFCLearnFree.org gives you the option to create a free account. By creating an account you are able to sign up for online classes, track your progress, and receive completion certificates.

     Link to creating an account: http://www.gcflearnfree.org/createaccount

 

Online Classes:

The online classes are all based around computer software. It gives students the chance to learn about or refresh their memory different types of software. You are able to work at your own pace and can take up to four weeks to complete the class. There is also a team of instructors that you may contact through private messages to ask questions, request feedback, or review your assignments.

 

 

 

 

Additional Links:

Vocabulary Lists: http://www.gcflearnfree.org/reading/words

Special Education Accessibility Laws: http://www.gcflearnfree.org/terms

ESL Program: http://blog.gcflearnfree.org/2012/03/gcflearnfree-org-launches-new-esl-program/ 

Everyday Life Learning Objectives for Each  Lesson: http://www.gcflearnfree.org/everydaylife/objectives

Everyday Life Learning Objectives: http://www.gcflearnfree.org/everydaylife/about

 

 

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