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Paraprofessional Assessment Exam - Litchfield 9AM
with Linda Coscia
BEFORE coming to EdAdvance for testing:
You must wear a mask to enter our building and keep it on for testing.
If you are sick or have been sick within the past two weeks, have recently been exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19, or have recently traveled to a highly infected area, we strongly urge you to stay home to help ensure the safety of the test center staff and other test takers. Please reschedule your exam in this case.
EdAdvance offers the online 2.5hr Paraprofessional Assessment at the Litchfield location (355 Goshen Rd). A ParaPro needs to satisfy one of the following; An Associate Degree or two years of College to demonstrate, through a state or local academic assessment, knowledge of, and the ability to assist in, the instruction of Math, Reading and Writing for grades K-12. More detail about the assessment can be found by searching at https://www.ets.org/parapro. If you do NOT have an Associate Degree, you need to take this assessment.
EdAdvance cost is $85 (90 questions, multiple choice, on computer, no calculators, scrap paper/pencil provided).
Please create an account, register online at www.edadvance.org/registration, Adult Education Enrichment, Paraprofessional Assessment, sign up for date you would like to come in.
Spots fill quickly! Recommended practice sites: teacherstestprep.com, khanacademy.org
You will take results home, a score of 457 for Connecticut is needed to pass the Assessment. Out of state scores may vary. ETS will mail your results to your home in about 4-6 weeks from Assessment date. You can get this report anytime by calling ETS customer service (on ets.org website).
You must PAY online by MasterCard or Visa to be counted in the limited seats available. There is a $1.99 non-refundable convenience fee automatically added to your credit card charge. For additional dates or questions contact us 1.800.300.4781. Please bring a current photo ID with you on day of the Assessment. You MUST wear a mask.
Intro to Computers (in person) Torrington HS
with Jennifer Wollman
Designed for the novice with little computer experience. This class is based on Windows 10, and you will learn about computer terms, basic computer use, how to save a file, desktop shortcuts, and much more. Meets Monday Sept 13 & Wednesday Sept 15. One class 2 sessions.
Spanish is Fun I (Online)
with Rebeca Espinosa-Reyes
Learn beginning conversational Spanish, basic vocabulary, and present grammar along with Spanish culture. “Learn Spanish the Fast and Fun Way, Fourth Edition Book and CD -2015”, (ISBN #1438074972) is recommended for this class. Please call 1-800-300-4781 to check if there is enough enrollment.
ABC's of Planning for the Future of your loved one with special needs (Online)
with Stuart Hawkins
Our workshop extends beyond the limited boundaries of wills and trusts and empowers families to create a comprehensive plan for the future of their dependents with special needs. It will provide an understanding of the critical legal and financial elements needed to provide lifelong support for a loved one with special needs. It also provides a unique opportunity to learn from someone who has personal experience with these same issues.
Do I give my home to my children to save my assets? (in person) Pomperaug HS
with Michael Broderick, III, Esq
Will “gifting” my home protect my assets? How can you get the state to pay for your nursing home care? Get proven asset-protection planning techniques. Discover techniques to avoid liability to the nursing home for your loved ones. Actual cases will be used.
The Art of Fly Tying: Thinking Ahead to Fishing Season (Online)
with Doug McDevitt
Learn the techniques for tying creative and effective fly patterns. Become proficient in the use of fly-tying tools and materials while learning to recognize their attributes by creating life-like imitations of a fish’s top forages. Participants will learn to tie standard fly patterns from dry flies and nymphs to streamers and saltwater flies.
ABC Italian (in person) Pomperaug HS
with Viktor Isaku
You will be introduced to basic vocabulary and sentence structure in the present tense suitable for a wide variety of tourist situations. Learn useful Italian words and common phrases for travel, questions, exchanging pleasantries, dining out, and asking for directions. If you can say the right simple phrases at the right time, you will discover how useful and funny your travel experience can become.
Beginning Ballroom Dancing (in person) Woodbury MS
with Jim Zaccaria
Learn social dancing fundamentals and the basic steps plus more for several of the most popular Ballroom Dances! Our goal is to have a fun time in our zero-stress environment - even you "never, ever" dancers will enjoy yourself right away! We will select from among the following each evening: the most popular worldwide dance (SWING), the most popular Latin dance (SALSA), the coolest dance (WEST COAST SWING), the easiest to learn (MERENGUE) and the float-on-air dance everyone should know (WALTZ)! Swing On, Jim Zaccaria ($50 per couple = $25 each person).