Critical thinking meets hands-on learning

Our hands-on, project-based courses employ the latest evidence-based learning methods to engage student’s inquiring minds. In every course and unit, students explore answers to essential questions, collaborate, build contemporary skills, and practice problem-solving and critical thinking, while immersed in the core subject matter.

All Educurious courses align to state and national standards, and are written on a foundation of research-based design principles for learning. Units are available as a full-year course or individually.

9th Grade / 10th Grade

In this full-year biology course, students study the science of life — focusing on origin, growth, reproduction, structure, and behavior.

Units are available as a five-part course or individually.

9th Grade / 10th Grade

This full-year course takes students through the scientific principles and complexities that make our planet habitable. They learn about physical circumstances of the geosphere, examine life from cellular to organismal levels, research patterns in populations within a community, consider effects of fossil fuels, and conduct a sustainability audit of their school.

Units are available as a five-part course or individually.

Middle and High School

We’re excited about our partnership with the Port of Seattle! Here are three project-based learning units you may want to try – for free!

6th Grade / 7th Grade / 8th Grade

Coming soon!

We’re excited to launch new middle school science courses for grades 6, 7, and 8 in Fall 2018! Here’s a sneak peek at three units: Habitat Wanted (7th grade), Slime Invasion! (7th grade), and Fossil Detectives (8th grade).

Units are available as a full-year course or individually.

Science Units

Coming Soon

Earth in the Universe
Solar Cell Concentrator
Water Cycle and Weather
Erosion Control
Geology Below
Inheritance and Genetics
Natural Selection
Matter and Heat
Mars Soft Landing

6th Grade / 7th Grade / 8th Grade

Project America is a full-year, integrated 8th grade social studies and literacy project-based learning course that positions students as developing historians and citizens. Thinking like a historian shifts the emphasis away from memorization, focusing instead on students using critical thinking skills and perspective taking. Students practice close reading strategies, ask questions, look for what is not being said, and draw informed conclusions with claims and evidence.

Grades 6 and 7 are coming soon!

Units are available as a full-year course or individually.

High School

All learners want to be active participants in planning their futures. Through four project-based learning units, students gain experience and skills that prepare them for challenges beyond school. Students are provided the opportunity to learn more about who they are, what they want to do, and how to advocate for themselves to employers and recruiters. They’ll create a resume, participate in mock interviews, develop a portfolio, and learn to plan their finances.

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