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Hands-On Distance Learning Classes for Elementary and Middle School Teachers
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Learn physics at your own site, on your own schedule

Hands on activities for Science teachers

What we offer: Science courses based on engaging activities that you can use in your own classroom, delivered in a online format. You work at your own site, and at your own pace. An equipment kit is provided.

Who it is for: Elementary and middle school teachers who want to learn more about physical science, either for course credit or professional development.

   
Mixing light of different colors
Light Course:

The light course consists of 9 units designed to encourage exploration of the various principles of light including shadows, the spectrum, prisms and mirrors. It's colorful! See more!

An electrical transformer
Electricity and Magnetism Course:

The electricity and magnetism course consists of 10 units with activities to investigate fluids, current, resistance and circuitry. It's electrifying! See more!

A warm hand makes a temperature pattern
Temperature and Heat Course:

The temperature and heat course consists of 10 units with hands-on activities to explore thermal expansion, liquid crystals, and thermal conduction. It's hot stuff! -- and pretty cool! See more!

A hammer delivers energy to a nail
Force, Motion, and Energy Course:

The force, motion, and energy course consists of 10 units with hands-on activities to explore force, acceleration, and aspects of energy. A moving experience! See more!

 
   
 
  • Syllabus This document explains the rules for the courses
  • Course description A copy of this website, in Word

  • What does this have to do with the No Child Left Behind Act and the National Curriculum Standards? Go here!
 
       
 

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Joseph Straley

Joseph P. Straley
Department of Physics & Astronomy
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY 40506-0055
(859) 257-3197
sciworks@pa.uky.edu

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