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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1Conduction Lesson for Kids: Definition & Examples
Course SummaryThis elementary school physics course offers engaging lessons covering important concepts in physics, such as energy and engineering. The engaging lessons help elementary students learn and study physics for classroom discussions, assignments or tests.
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- Detailed video explanations for wrong answers
About This Course
This convenient and affordable physics course is designed to teach elementary school students the basics of physics, covering topics such as force, energy and engineering. Students are able to quickly learn and study these concepts with entertaining videos, simple navigation tools and convenient lesson transcripts that highlight important definitions. Parents and teachers can also check their students' understanding of the material by having them take the included lesson quizzes and chapter exams.
How It Works
- Students can use the easy-to-navigate course dashboard to find the physics concepts they need extra help studying, or they can progress the course in sequence.
- The course material can be accessed at any time, which allows students to watch the videos and study whenever it fits their busy schedules.
- Lessons can be watched as many times as needed.
- Students can reinforce their learning with lesson transcript and text lessons.
- Multiple-choice lesson quizzes, chapter exams and a final comprehensive exam are available to help students make sure they've properly grasped the material.
Using the Course
This course offers students a more engaging way to learn about physics. The lesson material can help your students catch up if they've fallen behind in class or act as a fun tutoring solution. Parents and teachers can customize the course based on the particular needs of their students. The course can be accessed on any desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile device.
Teachers and parents will find these lessons helpful in a variety of situations:
- To help students finish homework and projects
- To supplement traditional physics lessons and textbooks
- To improve their students' overall physics knowledge
- To help students prepare for in-class quizzes and tests
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