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BioBeyond Face-to-Face
An introductory biology course that asks "How do we find life in the universe?” Students go on a journey, make observations, test hypotheses, and learn how life works.
BioBeyond Fully Online
An introductory biology course that asks "How do we find life in the universe?” Students go on a journey, make observations, test hypotheses, and learn how life works. With continuous assessment, BioBeyond can be used for Fully Online classes.
HabWorlds
A general education science course that asks "Is there life in the universe?" and teaches students how to explore the formation of stars, planets, Earth, life, intelligence, and civilization.
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Taking Charge
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Primer
A&P Primer
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Unstoppable
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Taking Charge Face-to-Face
Inspired by real events, Taking Charge immerses students in an environment where they are pushed to make connections between foundational chemistry concepts and real-world situations. Students take an active role in investigating various cases, finding a solution to a particular challenge, and learning chemistry along the way. Centered around the theme of “the chemistry of saving lives” students will explore issues such as disease, safeguarding water supplies, and nutrition—topics that directly impact the health of any individual or community.
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A&P Primer Fully Online
The A&P Primer is a lead-in experience to anatomy and physiology that helps gets all students on the same page in key concepts like cellular biology, chemistry basics, and biochemistry. Centered around relevant themes, such as “how biological systems maintain homeostasis” and “the chemical basis of life” students acquire base-level knowledge that can ensure success in an A&P course.
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Unstoppable Face-to-Face
How can we enhance the performance of the human body? In this Anatomy and Physiology course, students will diagnose and treat patients, debunk various myths, and research innovations in the fields in the context of trying to increase the period of one’s life healthy and free from serious disease. This course also has a unique focus on coaching students through difficult topics, with a dedication to student success skills and practice.
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Limitless
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Solar Systems
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Stars, Galaxies, and Cosmology
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Limitless Face-to-Face
Can we extend the limits of the human body? In this Anatomy and Physiology course, students take a deeper dive into a selection of the body’s more complex systems, such as the cardiovascular, reproductive, and digestive systems.
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Solar Systems Face-to-Face
What are exoplanets like and where do we find them? In this general education astronomy course, students learn to explore the galaxy to find and characterize planetary systems. Students will study how exoplanets are discovered, including creating hypotheses about planetary conditions based on observable data.
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Stars, Galaxies, and Cosmology Face-to-Face
The universe is a big place! In this general education astronomy course, students explore the universe to understand the wonders it contains. Students will explore everything from the birth of the universe to the death of the universe including stellar evolution, neutron stars, black holes, galaxies, quasars and much, much more.
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Infiniscope — A Partner Channel
Virtual Field Trip
Where are the Small Worlds?
Virtual Field Trip
The Mystery of Blacktail Canyon
Exploratory Activity
What are Small Worlds?
Exploratory Activity
Kepler's Laws
Virtual Field Trip
Earliest Record of Life
Virtual Field Trip
First Multicellular Organisms
Earliest Record of Life
Go on an expedition to explore the Dresser Formation and search for evidence of the earliest forms of life on Earth. See how this evidence from the rock record on Earth may help us find life elsewhere in the Solar System.
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First Multicellular Organisms
Deep in the hills of the Flinders Ranges in South Australia the Ediacara fauna appear in the rock record and evolve in three distinct steps. Then suddenly, just before the Cambrian Explosion, they universally disappear. Take the journey, and learn about what is known, what is uncertain, and the mysteries that remain.
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Kepler's Laws
Observe the apparent motion of planets and other bodies as they orbit each other. Measure their speed at different points to calculate their period. Then see if you can apply these laws to determine the orbits of the new worlds that you discover!
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Where are the Small Worlds?
Explore the view of our solar system from the perspective of the Sun and collect data on small worlds. Observe the motion of different worlds to determine their location in the solar system. Then launch probes to search these small worlds to find the hidden caches and collect the astrocoins inside. Can you find them all?
The Mystery of Blacktail Canyon
Explore Grand Canyon, AZ using a virtual field trip (VFT). Observe the rock record and what these rocks reveal about the life and environments of the past. Apply investigation techniques to the search for life in the solar system.
What are Small Worlds?
Explore a number of different small worlds throughout the solar system. Use space probes to determine their composition and group them into different categories based on their common characteristics. Can you find some that share characteristics with our home planet of Earth?
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PhET — A Partner Channel
Exploratory Activity
Light at the End of the Tunnel
Exploratory Activity
Building Blocks: The Structure of the Atom
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The Body’s Balancing Act: Exploring pH
Building Blocks: The Structure of the Atom
Manipulate the structure of certain atoms to help detect and treat liver cancer in Hiro—a father of three. Along the way, you’ll learn the parts of an atom as well as the many ways one atom can differ from another.
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Light at the End of the Tunnel
Students help a team of surgeons as they operate on a patient and need to determine the amount of oxygen traveling through a patient’s blood. To do so, students have to use Beer’s Law.
The Body’s Balancing Act: Exploring pH
Explore how certain diseases can affect the acidity or pH in the blood of patients and determine what treatment option might be best to combat such issues.
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