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This laboratory course is designed to introduce students to the Earth's interconnected systems and how they change due to natural processes. Matter and energy are the driving forces of systems interactions both on Earth and the Universe. Topics covered will include the Big Bang Theory, galaxies, stars, solar system interactions, geologic history of Earth, and Earth materials and systems (internal and external). This course satisfies a science lab requirement for state universities.Course Credit:  1 Credit
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Environmental Science is a course that studies the connections between human activities and their impact on the environment. Through the study of societies, economies, and the environment we focus on sustainable solutions for the future of our planet. Major topics include pollution, waste management, human population growth, agriculture, energy usage, biodiversity, climate change, natural resources, and other environmental issues. Course Credit: 1
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This laboratory course is designed to introduce students to the Earth's interconnected systems and how they change due to natural processes. Matter and energy are the driving forces of systems interactions both on Earth and the Universe. Topics covered will include the Big Bang Theory, galaxies, stars, solar system interactions, geologic history of Earth, and Earth materials and systems (internal and external). This course satisfies a science lab requirement for state universities.Course Credit:  1 CreditIMPORTANTThis eCampus course does not allow you to self-enroll in the course without first attending the in-person eCampus orientation. Therefore, if you missed the in-person orientation, you will need to complete the steps below in order to obtain the enrollment key, which will then allow you to enroll in this eCampus course:Must have submitted the signed eCampus registration form to your counselor. If you have not completed this form, you will not be allowed to enroll in the course. Click here to visit our eCampus website for the registration form.Complete the eCampus online student orientation course. Click here to access the course. Please be sure to take the required quiz at the end of the course.Once you have completed the course and taken the quiz, you will then need to email your instructor in order to obtain the enrollment key to login to the course.To begin using your PUSD student email, Click here. In your email, you should insert in the subject line: New eCampus Student and include in the body of the email your name, home school, the best contact number where you can be reached in addition to letting your instructor know that you have completed the required quiz. After receiving your email, your instructor will then provide you with the enrollment key you will need to login to this course. Note: Enrollment keys will only be sent to your PUSD student email account and not any third party email account (e.g., Gmail, Yahoo).Instructor email: thutchinson@pusd11.net
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Environmental Science is a course that studies the connections between human activities and their impact on the environment. Through the study of societies, economies, and the environment we focus on sustainable solutions for the future of our planet. Major topics include pollution, waste management, human population growth, agriculture, energy usage, biodiversity, climate change, natural resources, and other environmental issues. Course Credit: 1 IMPORTANT This eCampus course does not allow you to self-enroll in the course without first attending the in-person eCampus orientation. Therefore, if you missed the in-person orientation, you need to complete the steps below in order to obtain the enrollment key to self-enroll in this eCampus course:Submit the signed eCampus registration forms to your home school counselor. Complete the eCampus online student orientation course. Email your instructor the two certificates of completion found in the last lesson of the student orientation course and request that your instructor email you the enrollment key.  Use only your Peoria Unified student email to communicate with all eCampus instructors and staff. In your email, you should insert in the subject line: New eCampus Student and include in the body of the email your name, home school, counselor's name, and best contact number where you can be reached. In addition, notify your instructor that you have completed the required online student orientation course. After receiving your email, your instructor will provide you with the enrollment key you will need to login to this course. Note: Enrollment keys will only be sent to your Peoria Unified student email account and not any third-party email account (e.g., Gmail, Yahoo). Instructor email: jrainey@pusd11.net
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Physics is a laboratory science course that investigates the physical properties of matter and the relationship to energy. Topics covered include mechanics, waves, and optics. This course satisfies a science lab requirement for state universities. Dual credit may be obtained from the Maricopa Community College system for this program at high schools offering this option. Course Credit: 1 IMPORTANT This eCampus course does not allow you to self-enroll in the course without first attending the in-person eCampus orientation. Therefore, if you missed the in-person orientation, you need to complete the steps below in order to obtain the enrollment key to self-enroll in this eCampus course:Submit the signed eCampus registration forms to your home school counselor. Complete the eCampus online student orientation course. Email your instructor the two certificates of completion found in the last lesson of the student orientation course and request that your instructor email you the enrollment key.  Use only your Peoria Unified student email to communicate with all eCampus instructors and staff. In your email, you should insert in the subject line: New eCampus Student and include in the body of the email your name, home school, counselor's name, and best contact number where you can be reached. In addition, notify your instructor that you have completed the required online student orientation course. After receiving your email, your instructor will provide you with the enrollment key you will need to login to this course. Note: Enrollment keys will only be sent to your Peoria Unified student email account and not any third-party email account (e.g., Gmail, Yahoo). Instructor email: bbarcus@pusd11.net
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