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Center for Mathematics and Science Education
The University of Mississippi

Using Online Resources to Teach Science

Digital instruction is more than videos and online text. In this session, participants will learn how to adapt quality online resources to teach science concepts in both face-to-face and virtual classrooms. Resources will be shared using pre-recorded introductions, allowing time to explore each resource and complete assignments based on these guided explorations. Participants will investigate science-specific examples asynchronously and participate in two live discussions via Zoom with a focus on lesson plan development and using quality resources in classroom instruction. This course will specifically address issues with using resources in the science classroom.

Frequently Asked Questions

This course will close on December 12, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. (central). This is the absolute last day to complete course assignments.

Attendance at all live sessions is required for completion and CEU credits.

You will earn 2.1 CEUs by completing all required components of this course. 

No. The minimum credit offered for this course is 2.1 CEUs. Only participants who complete all required portions of this course will be eligible to receive CEUs. 

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