Using Online Resources to Teach Science

The Center for Mathematics and Science Education (CMSE) at The University of Mississippi is hosting online courses that will provide science teachers the opportunity to earn CEUs while participating in timely, relevant learning from scientific teaching leaders from across the country.

Digital instruction is more than videos and online text. In this session, participants will learn how to adapt quality online resources to teach science concepts in both face-to-face and virtual classrooms. Resources will be shared using pre-recorded introductions, allowing time to explore each resource and complete assignments based on these guided explorations. Participants will investigate science-specific examples asynchronously and participate in three live discussions with a focus on lesson plan development and using quality resources in classroom instruction. This course will specifically address issues with using resources in the science classroom.

CEUs: 2.1 CEUs

Grade Band: K – 12

Date: Registration deadline May 24, 2021

Course is open May 31 – June 30, 2021

Time: Self-paced with 3 live sessions

Location: Online

Registration Fee: $175.00 includes CEUs

Registration Link:

For more information, please contact The Center for Mathematics and Science

Education 662-915-6621

Please see attached flyer.