Self-Paced (recorded) Online Classes

For 4th - 12th Grade Homeschooled Students

    

Greetings Homeschooling Family,

My self-paced online classes enable students to work at their own pace while still receiving active teaching. Students can see and hear me while I'm teaching and they can see me writing on the whiteboard, pointing to graphics, etc. And the class includes the class study guide in PDF format.

Please feel free to contact me if you have questions.

Greg

Professor Greg Landry

Homeschool Dad & Former College Professor
 

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"Greg, ...your orientation toward training students to be researchers and critical thinkers is just what our girls needed. It has also spilled over into how they approach history and literature..."

Carol

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We focus on building critical thinking skills and developing a research and inquiry mindset with the resulting quality lab reports and thinking skills that affect every area of academics and life. I believe we should think critically, deeply, creatively, and biblically. God is glorified as we explore His Creation in depth... illuminating His creation - revealing His glory!

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"Greg, ...what you did for our daughter will have far reaching effects. You showed her that learning can be enjoyable..."

Thankful in Indiana

Jim H.

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Self-Paced (recorded) Online Classes

 

 

- Tuition registers one family (may be used by any students in your family) for one self-paced (recorded) online class.

 

- You will have access to the class recordings for the homeschool year (August 30, 2021 through August 1, 2022).

- A PDF book for the class is included.

- Professor Landry is available for student questions via email.

- Recorded classes average 20-30 minutes each and can be used at your pace during the school year.

- Students are taught by Greg Landry, a 20-year veteran homeschool dad and former college professor. Greg is a Christian and young Earth creationist. He has taught and mentored several thousand homeschooled students and college students in various capacities for 20 years. Click here to see his bio.

 

 

 

- Homework after each lesson is suggested (but not required) and can be checked by parents for completion.

- Suggestions are given for testing students and issuing grades.

8th-12th Grade Self-Paced Online Classes

26 Lesson (2 Semester) Full School Year Class

Video Lessons: 26 lesson (2 semester) full school year class - 26 recorded class sessions (average 20-30 minutes each) that can be used at your own pace.

Study Guide: study guide by Greg Landry - PDF provided with class

Suggested grade range:  8-12

Lab Activities: not required, but suggested that families also subscribe to our virtual online laboratory.

Transcript credit: 2 semester (full school year) science

Teacher: Professor Greg Landry

Help line: Email access to Professor Landry for any questions you may have as you use the class.

Tuition: $480

CLASSES

--- Standard High School Biology

Prerequisites: None.

Who should take this class: This class is designed for students who will likely not be college science majors or who may not attend college.

What's covered: Covers the scientific method, measurement, the cell, mitosis, organelles, membranes, photosynthesis, cellular respiration, DNA, genetics, plants, animals, taxonomy, creation / evolution, diffusion, osmosis, respiratory system, cardiovascular system, urinary system, muscular system, endocrine system, etc.

--- Standard High School Chemistry

Prerequisites: None.

Who should take this class: This class is designed for students who will likely not be college science majors or who may not attend college.

What's covered: Covers the scientific method, measurement, the periodic table, solutions, mixtures. density, atoms, moles, acids and bases, chemical reactions, ions, metals / non metals, molarity, molality, etc.

--- Standard High School Conceptual Physics (only basic math)

Prerequisites: None.

Who should take this class: This class is designed for students who will likely not be college science majors or who may not attend college.

What's covered: Covers the scientific method, measurement, Newton's 3 laws of motion, momentum, gravity, atoms, matter, solids, liquids, gases, temperature, heat, sound. light, electricity, velocity, radioactivity, magnetism, etc.

---  Standard High School Anatomy & Physiology

Prerequisites: None.

Who should take this class: This class is designed for students who will likely not be college science majors or who may not attend college.

What's covered: Covers scientific method, skeletal, muscular, circulatory - heart, blood, veins, arteries, digestive system, respiratory system, reproductive system, nervous system, endocrine system, digestive system, etc.

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7th - 12th Grade Self-Paced Online Classes

7 Lesson (0.5 Semester) Class

- 7 lesson (0.5 semester) class - 7 recorded class sessions (average 20-30 minutes each) that can be used at your own pace.

 

Study Guide: study guide by Greg Landry - PDF provided with class

Prerequisites: none

Suggested grade range: 7-12

Labs: some suggested but not required
Transcript credit:
0.5 semester high school science

Teacher: Professor Greg Landry

Help line: Email access to Professor Landry for any questions you may have as you use the class.

Tuition: $120

CLASSES

--- Exercise & Sports Physiology

Covers sports performance, physiology of training, ergogenic aids, VO2 max, heart rate and exercise, anaerobic threshold, altitude training, blood doping, muscle physiology and hypertrophy.

--- Biochemistry / Microbiology

Covers carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, DNA, vitamins, hormones, viruses, bacteria, epidemics, antibiotics, pathogen cultures, top 10 pathogen diseases.

--- Embryology / Endocrinology

Covers development of a baby from conception to birth - the complex and miraculous, pancreas and blood glucose control, diabetes, pineal gland, hormones.

--- Earth & Space Science

Covers maps, soil, rocks, time zones, bodies of water, islands, volcanoes, weather, climate, minerals, sun's seasonal positions, atmosphere, solar system, mountains and hills.

--- Student Success Skills / Studying / Measurement / Lab Reports / Covers improving student skills that are important in all classes they take - in elementary, middle, and high school years, and in college. In 20+ years of teaching homeschooled students and college students, these are areas where i've seen a need for improvement: study skills, note-taking, graphing, techniques for improving long-term memory, measurement and lab reports.

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"Greg,... your teaching motivates my kids like no teacher ever has. Thank you for bringing some joy back in to our homeschooling."

Katy in Virginia

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4th - 7th Grade Self-Paced Online Classes

13 Lesson (1 Semester) Class

- 13 lesson (1 semester) class - 13 recorded class sessions (average 20-30 minutes each) that can be used at your own pace.

 

Study Guide: study guide by Greg Landry - PDF provided with class

Prerequisites: none

Suggested grade range: 4-7

Lab activities: some suggested but not required

Transcript credit: 1 semester science

Teacher: Professor Greg Landry

Help line: Email access to Professor Landry for any questions you may have as you use the class.

Tuition: $240

CLASSES

---  Young Scientist Anatomy & Physiology

Covers scientific method, overview of human anatomy and physiology and these systems: skeletal, muscular, circulatory - heart, blood, veins, arteries, digestive, and respiratory. Reproductive system is not covered.

--- Young Scientist Biology

Covers the scientific method, measurement, the cell, mitosis, organelles, membranes, photosynthesis, cellular respiration, DNA, genetics, plants, animals, taxonomy, God's creation.

--- Young Scientist Chemistry

Covers the scientific method, measurement, the periodic table, solutions, mixtures. density, atoms, moles, acids and bases, chemical reactions.

--- Young Scientist Physics

Covers the scientific method, measurement, Newton's 3 laws of motion, momentum, gravity, atoms, matter, solids, liquids, gases, temperature, heat, sound. light, electricity, magnetism.

--- Young Scientist Earth & Space Science

Covers maps, soil, rocks, time zones, bodies of water, islands, volcanoes, weather, climate, minerals, sun's seasonal positions, atmosphere, solar system, mountains and hills.