5 One-Semester Courses to Try Online Learning

If you’re looking for a mid-year refresh, now is a great time to try online learning with Monarch curriculum from AOP. A groundbreaking curriculum for grades 3-12 with automatic grading, convenient recordkeeping, and media-rich lessons, Monarch offers more than 50 one-semester electives, including 40 career courses that are perfect for starting after Christmas break.

Individual, half-year courses start for as low as $35.95, or you add an elective to a Monarch subscription plan for just $9.95 month.

Here are five one-semester courses we recommend to try online learning:

Principles of Coding
Gain the skills needed to design, write, and troubleshoot computer programs utilizing MIT’s coding program, Scratch. By the end of this hands-on course, students in grades 7-8 can write programs that show a presentation, run a simple video game, and design graphics.

Essentials of Communication
Meet your state’s speech requirement with this course that shows students how to interact effectively in today’s world. Perfect for developing confidence in public speaking, this elective builds lifelong skills in communication, relationships, group dynamics, and more.

Physical Education
Go beyond the screen with this fitness course that incorporates daily fitness through a personal activity log. The course focuses on performance in individual and team sports with an introduction to the topics of strength, endurance, and nutrition.

Today's students are tomorrow’s voting citizens, so inform your child about citizenship responsibility and American government with this in-depth elective for grades 7-12. Among other topics, the course covers state and local governments, worldwide politics, and economics.

Essentials of Math
An all-around course, this seven-unit elective covers topics like algebra, geometry, statistics, measurements, and number review. This course can be especially beneficial for advanced learners or as review work for older students.

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