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What’s In Think60?

4 Subjects

Reading, Science, Social Studies, and Language Arts

Adult Learning Curriculum

Developed specifically for ABE and Pre-HSE students.

Student-Friendly Interface

Easy-to-use, “test-like” design and navigation

Mobile Learning

Mobile-friendly interface, access from any internet device.

Teacher Tools

Track seat time and provide feedback in class or at a distance.

Student Support

Audio, tips, answers, hints helps students in any learning situation.


  • The variety of topics and assessment tools offer interesting ways for students to gain reading skills in a user-friendly way. The short answer requirements are especially powerful since students are required to think beyond - as they will do in the new 2014 test.
    Lynn M. Saffer, Adult Education Coordinator
    Southeast Community College, Lincoln, NE
  • Teachers said that the students were engaged with the content and liked the subjects of the readings. One particular student went from a reading level of 2.1 to a 9.4 during the course of the year. He went on to take and pass his GED test. He really enjoyed the lessons and worked on them extensively.
    Nichole Nolting, Adult Education Coordinator
    McDowell Education Center, Columbus, IN
  • I'm quite impressed with the content of the stories. The student I'm using to review the program is barely at a 3.0 level, and he has really enjoyed the stories, though they have been a real stretch for him. They are truly themed with things adults care about, like dealing with the feelings of a broken relationship.
    Jean Marrapodi, PhD, CPLP
    Providence, RI

Think60 delivers high quality instruction designed specifically for adult students at levels 4 – 9.

All of Think60's content is delivered online through a unique platform designed for ease–of–use and to maximize learning. It also provides management tools for teachers and program directors.

For Students

  • Dashboard Shows assignments, status of each lesson, due dates, and alerts if there is feedback from the teacher.
  • Reading, Science, Social Studies, and Language Arts High-interest and relevant passages. Science and Social Studies include graphs, maps, diagrams, and timelines.
  • Interactive Exercises Multiple choice, open response, pull-down menu, and drag-and-drop.
  • Student Support Point-of-instruction tips, audio, answers, hints, and progress through the lesson.
  • Bookmarking Saves the work so students pick up where they left off.
  • Lesson Report A summary of the entire lesson – exercises, answers, responses, and teacher feedback.

I’m tired of reading kid stuff. Will I like the lessons in Think60?

Yes, the fiction and non-fiction passages in the Think60 Lesson Library™ are written specifically for adults, using real-life situations and topics.

What kind of computer skills do I need to use Think60?

Think60 navigation is intuitive and easy to follow. The only skills needed are the ability to use a mouse and basic keyboarding skills.

Can I work on my Think60 lessons at home?

Yes, Think60’s web application is mobile-friendly so you can access it anywhere on any computer, tablet, or smartphone that has an internet connection.

For Teachers

  • Dashboard See student activity at a glance, browse the lesson library, manage student rosters, review assignments, provide feedback, and make assignments.
  • Lesson Library Reading, Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies – over 100 lessons to choose from.
  • Lesson Previews Review the entire lesson before making an assignment.
  • Lesson Report Teachers can review a student’s work and provide feedback online from anywhere on any computer, tablet, or smartphone that has an internet connection.
  • Seat Time Tracks when and how long students are working and what they’re working on. Times out after 10 minutes of inactivity; ideal for reporting purposes.

What kinds of computer skills are required to use Think60?

Think60 navigation is intuitive and easy to follow. The only skills needed are the ability to use a mouse and basic keyboarding skills.

Can students stop working in the middle of lesson and pick it up again later?

Yes, Think60 will bring the student back to where he/she left off.

I have a multi-level classroom, can I assign lessons individually?

Yes, because each student has a unique logon, teachers can assign lessons based on skill set, interest, and reading level. While the teacher has access to the entire lesson database, students will see only lessons that have been assigned to them, making it possible to customize their curriculum. Students can work at their own pace and can be monitored individually.

If a student drops out, can I reassign the user name and password?

Yes, if a student drops out the user name and password can be assigned to another student. If the previous student returns, he/she must be assigned a new user name and password.

Will Think60 prepare students for the High School Equivalency tests?

Think60 will get your ABE and Pre-HSE students ready for the next level, which is test preparation. Students build their basic skills while learning how to read an answer questions on the computer. Think60 provides a similar navigation to the GED® Test, and computer versions of the HiSET and TASC.

For Program Administrators

  • Dashboard View the details of your subscription at a glance - number of seats purchased, number of seats in use, start and expiration dates.
  • Invitations Invite teachers to use the program with a simple invitation tool. Teachers receive a link via email to set up their own user account and can begin using Think60 immediately.
  • Seat Time Tracks when and how long students are working and what they’re working on. Times out after 10 minutes of inactivity; ideal for reporting purposes.

What kinds of computer skills are required to use Think60?

Think60 navigation is intuitive and easy to follow. The only skills needed are the ability to use a mouse and basic keyboarding skills.

Does the student have to be in class to work on Think60?

No, each student is assigned a unique User Name and Password. The student can then log on from any computer that has an Internet connection and access the lessons their teacher has assigned them.

If a student drops out, can I reassign the user name and password?

Yes, if a student drops out the user name and password can be assigned to another student. If the previous student returns, he/she must be assigned a new user name and password.

Can I use Think60 with another reading program?

Yes, Think60 can supplement or complement any reading program to provide additional reinforcement and practice. You will find that the Think60 lessons provide high-interest, relevant, and timely reading passages that motivate students.


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