Finding Lessons & Resources for Your Students on Study.com

Instructor: Raya Maggay
Here we will show you how to find lessons and resources for your students on Study.com. We have a huge library of resources, so let's demonstrate where you can access them!

We're here to help you set up your classrooms and assignments, so you can start helping your students learn. We're going to show you how you can find lessons and resources for your students on Study.com

Find What You Need on Study.com

Study.com has thousands of shareable resources to provide remote learning and assessment opportunities for your class including:

  • Lessons
  • Quizzes
  • Chapters
  • End of chapter tests

You can assign all of these materials to your students. First, let's dig into how to find things you would like to assign in the first place.

There are a few ways to do this.

First, you can use the search bar in the top right-hand corner of the window to enter in a keyword phrase, like 'scientific method'


Search Bar


Then, you can use the tabs on the results page to filter your results for either lessons or courses.


Filtering Lessons or Courses


Alternatively, you can visit the 'Courses' tab at the top of your window to drill down by subject.


Courses Tab


Once you click into the course directory, there are some helpful filtering tools on the left-hand side that will let you specify what level and subject you'd like to see material for.


Filtering Tool 1

Filtering Tool 2


And that's it! Now you know how to find lessons and chapters that you'd like to share with your students.

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