Online courses for Students
Welcome to Highlights for High School!
This is a place where you can learn about a lot of subjects, especially those in the science, technology, engineering, and math fields.
What Can I Do on This Site?
- Get help with homework
- Study for an exam
- Prepare for an Advanced Placement* exam
- Start a fun project
- Learn about MIT
* AP is a registered trademark of the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.
How the Site is Organized
The website is organized into two main sections: Subjects and Exam Preparation. The Subjects section is arranged by topics that you are likely to encounter at your high school, such as mathematics, physics, and biology. Within each of these subjects you will find a variety of content, such as labs, courses, and video resources that will vary from subject to subject. We encourage you to explore the subjects that interest you.
The Exam Preparation section is aimed at students who are preparing to take of the Advanced Placement exams in Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, or Physics. These materials are meant to supplement the learning that takes place in your class. We have mapped relevant OCW course materials to the topics in these exams, so it's easily searchable by one of these topics.
How Students Use OCW
Do you want to learn more about how other students are using OpenCourseWare? Check out the stories that students from all over the world have shared with us.
Applying to MIT
You might be wondering how you can be a student at MIT. The Admissions Office is in charge of making decisions about which students get accepted to MIT.
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What are good universities that offer students online courses?
Most universities offer online courses, either as a degree program or as a supplement to traditional students who cannot fit a traditional course in their schedule. Some excellent, highly respected universities that offer online courses include Boston University, Northwestern University, the University of Virginia and even some Ivy League schools such as Brown University and Columbia University.
do students become less social when on online classrooms? | Yahoo Answers
well when I am on my school netbook which has access to Internet. I literally zone out and read webpage after webpage and I don't talk to people around me when I'm doing so.