Online Science Lessons to Use for School Closures

Instructor: Zach Gospe
Do you need to teach science online due to a school closure? We've created a catalog of online science lessons to help you transition seamlessly from a physical to a virtual classroom. Select the course that is right for your students, and start online schooling right where you left off.

Using Online Science Lessons During School Closures

When lengthy school closures disrupt classroom education, it can be difficult for both students and teachers to adapt to a new routine. Using online resources like video lessons can help ease the transition and ensure that the class can stay on schedule.

Our expert instructors and curriculum developers have created a collection of online courses covering all science subjects and grade levels from 3 through 12, including AP options. Complete with hundreds of engaging, bite-sized video & text lessons, transcripts, automatic grading, and assessments, these courses provide everything you need to start teaching virtually.

Browse our comprehensive science curriculum below to find the course that fits your class's subject and grade level. Work through the course from where your class left off, or pick and choose lessons to share with the class. Once you've found the course(s) and lesson(s) you need, you can learn how to assign lessons, create online classrooms, design courses, and more using our our resources on how to use Study.com for Teachers.

Study.com's Online Science Curriculum

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High School

Advanced Placement (AP)

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