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Intro Biology

High School

This course introduces us to a solid framework of pedagogy that highlights an emphasis on evolution and scientific inquiry that have made this a leading textbook for students majoring in biology. This emphasis on the organizing power of evolution is combined with an integration of the importance of cellular molecular biology and genomics to offer our readers a text that is student friendly and current.Additionally with McGraw Hill Connect powerful digital tools augment instruction by helping students think more critically develop quantitative and graphing skills and apply their knowledge in a laboratory setting. Connect Virtual Labs can be implemented in a hybrid or fully online setting to help students prepare for the wet lab and strengthening their lab experience.

Algebra I - III

High School

Algebra 1 is a high school math course exploring how to use letters (called variables) and numbers with mathematical symbols to solve problems. Algebra 1 typically includes evaluating expressions, writing equations, graphing functions, solving quadratics, and understanding inequalities. Algebra 1 focuses on a variety of different types of functions such as linear, quadratic, and cubic — all of which are represented in traditional “function notation” as well as graphed on the coordinate plane. Students in Algebra 1 typically build conceptual understanding and gain procedural fluency of concepts that are required for more advanced math subjects such as Geometry and Calculus. Abstracting real-life situations into mathematical models (expressions, equations, functions) is a key part of success in Algebra 1.


Elementary School

Consistent practice is the best way for students to develop math skills and confidence, at any grade level. 180 Days of Math for Kindergarten provides workbook problems for each day of the school year, giving students ample time to use the skills they learn in class. Each problem is tied to a specific mathematical concept, allowing students to master skills and prepare for the next level of learning. Students will practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, as well as tackling algebraic thinking, data analysis, logic problems, and more.


High School

“Physics is one of the toughest subjects to learn” is an all-time myth among high-schoolers when it comes to grabbing an outstanding grade. But, the fact is better understanding and research of concepts will break this myth in just a matter of time. Mastering these concepts requires your time, effort, and the best textbooks, which will improve your learning and learning methods.


High School

Advanced knowledge of chemistry can open up a variety of unique and rewarding career opportunities. However, as chemistry is known to be a difficult subject, online chemistry courses can be a great way for students and professionals to refine their knowledge in the subject and supplement their studies. To begin narrowing down our selection, we reviewed courses based on a few basic criteria, including time to complete, required prerequisites, schedule flexibility, and whether the course provides a certificate of completion or not. These factors impact who is able to take the course and post-completion success rates. Time to complete. Shorter courses allow participants to advance their education more quickly and reap the benefits offered by the course. Most of the courses on this list can be completed in a matter of hours, days, or weeks. Prerequisites required. Beginners benefit from programs that do not have any requirements, while more advanced students are better off taking a course designed for experienced students and professionals. Our list includes a mixture of courses to accommodate as many people as possible. Flexible schedule. Many people interested in taking online chemistry courses are high school and university students or working professionals, making it important to find a course that offers flexibility. The majority of the courses on this list can be taken at your own pace. Our Criteria While the basic criteria listed above are important for all online courses, we also based our list on a selection of advanced criteria that ensure these courses prepare individuals for their future educational and professional endeavors. The course features experienced instructors, including practicing chemists and university professors. The course includes practical coursework and experiments to teach students important concepts. The course provides an overview of basic chemistry concepts before moving on to more advanced topics. The course offers flexible deadlines for coursework to accommodate students and working professionals with busy schedules. The course offers unlimited access to course materials, assignments, and resources. The course is offered through a reputable platform. The course is either remote, in-person or hybrid to provide students with maximum flexibility.



You will really appreciate the flexibility of our course as you study the principles of calculus: derivatives, integrals, limits, approximation, applications and modeling, and sequences and series. With no preset test dates or deadlines, you can take as much time as you need to learn and practice Functions & Graphs, Limits & Continuity, Derivatives, the Application of Derivatives, Antiderivatives and definite Integrals. And of course, Calculus I comes with a live one-on-one tutoring, with more available time if you want it.

Computer Networking

Information Technology

CompTIA Network+ Objectives CompTIA Network+ certification is a vendor-neutral IT certification. It is aimed at Network engineers and/or administrators that want to gain more credibility in order to achieve better employability and higher pay. To become a Network+ Certified Network engineer you have to pass Network+ Exam N100-007. The exam covers management, optimization, troubleshooting of enterprise and local Networks. The recommended prerequisite for this exam is 9 – 12 months of experience in the field plus either being A+ certified or have equivalent knowledge. Our CompTIA Network + Objectives will help you get ready for the big exam.

Dinka Language

Foreign Language

This is the first course in Dinka Language. The learners will begin by learning alphabets, different sounds, narrations, sentence structures, recognizing different images, grammar, literature, tales, riddles, poems and proverbs.

Principal of Economics


What Is Economics? Economics is a social science that focuses on the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services, and analyzes the choices that individuals, businesses, governments, and nations make to allocate resources.


Elementary School

Designing high-quality primary grade reading programs is essential to ensuring a pipeline of learners who remain in school, achieve educational success and contribute to economic growth. Because reading is a skill that must be carefully and explicitly taught, designing such programs is complex. Contextual analysis plays an important role in determining the capacity of a country’s education system to deliver quality reading services, where the gaps are, and how each gap should be addressed in a given context to improve reading outcomes in that context. Our Math Scouts program reading course is designed to tremendously improve students performance in class and during their reading exams.

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