Marlee Cittadino | Regional Account Executive

Marlee Cittadino was a Regional Account Executive for Wonderlic and was instrumental in driving state adoption of the Wonderlic General Assessment of Instructional Needs (GAIN)® basic skills test. She worked closely with adult education and workforce development programs to deeply understand their needs and build a relationship that emphasizes long-term success for students, instructors, and the program.

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6 Social Media Activities for Adult Educators

As Adult Education programs struggle to manage shrinking budgets, many are looking “outside the box” for ways to increase funding. In fact, many programs have started to look into utilizing social media as a fundraising tool.

However, employing social media within Adult Education can have benefits beyond merely fundraising. Creating a social network can also have a positive impact on student retention and motivation, as well as promote learning through new platforms. Read more about 6 Social Media Activities for Adult Educators

GAIN and the 2014 GED Test

As we continue to get closer to the implementation of the new 2014 GED assessment, I have gotten a lot of questions surrounding how this will affect use of the Wonderlic General Assessment of Instructional Needs (GAIN)® basic skills test. 

My answer: it doesn’t!

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Daily Motivators for Students

Keeping students motivated on a day-to-day basis is a common, ongoing challenge for teachers and administrators. Let’s explore some ideas that address the issue.

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What is the Difference Between the Wonderlic Basic Skills Test and GAIN?

Given my occupation, I spend a great deal of time meeting with people and discussing our products. One question I am often asked is what is the difference between the Wonderlic Basic Skills Test and the Wonderlic General Assessment of Instructional Needs (GAIN)®. While they both assess basic math and verbal skills, their purposes are very different.

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4 Reasons to Use Social Media in Your Adult Ed Program

Social media is here to stay. Learn how you can implement it in your adult education program to help improve student engagement. 

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