[AgEd] Free STEM Online Materials for Teachers/Students
Deimler, William L.
William.Deimler at schools.utah.gov
Mon Mar 16 10:59:21 MDT 2020
From: usaged-l-bounces at lists.purdue.edu <usaged-l-bounces at lists.purdue.edu> On Behalf Of Brady, Colleen M
Sent: Monday, March 16, 2020 10:56 AM
Subject: [Usaged-l] Free STEM Online Materials for Teachers/Students
As many of you are quickly trying to shift over to online teaching, I want to make you aware of some existing online materials available to you.
ExtensionHorses.org, a consortium of equine extension Specialists from across the country, is offering a set of online lessons on horse care and management for no cost, during this period. It is free to enroll for teachers, and students, and individual participants can screen capture their activity report to provide to teachers. Topics include general horse care, nutrition, and physiology. The course is called Extension Horses Online, and is available at: https://campus.extension.org/enrol/index.php?id=1795. Stay tuned to our Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/ExtensionHorses/ for other courses that may become available, and other resources that might help you through this crisis.
In addition, the Department of Agricultural Sciences Education and Communication at Purdue has a variety of online modules available for teachers at: https://www.asec.purdue.edu/Teacher_resources/ These resources include animal science, plant science, and natural resources topics.
If you have any questions about these resources, please feel free to reach out to me, and I will help however I can. bradyc at purdue.edu<mailto:bradyc at purdue.edu>
Colleen Brady, Ph.D.
My Strengths: Learner/Input/Ideation/Connectedness/Individualization
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Purdue Horse Extension: www.facebook.com/PurdueHorseExtension<http://www.facebook.com/PurdueHorseExtension>
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