Find science courses designed to help you meet each of your educational goals. Our self-paced video lessons can help you study for exams, continue your education or excel in your physical science, health and biology classes. Read more
How It Works
- Choose a science course: We offer physics, environmental science, Earth science, chemistry, health and biology courses to middle and high school students as well as college students and adult learners.
- Watch fun video lessons: Illustrated video lessons make it easier to take on even the trickiest science topics, like stoichiometric calculations and special relativity.
- Take practice quizzes and tests: Use these resources to assess your understanding of course material and pass your own exam with flying colors.
- Get help from our science instructors: Our experienced teachers are available to answer any science questions you might come up with.
Who Are Our Courses For?
- Middle school students who want to earn better grades in science
- High school students taking AP courses or preparing for exit exams and college admissions tests
- College students who want to earn general education course credits
- Adult learners looking for GED study guides or continuing education courses
- Prospective science teachers preparing for subject area licensing exams
Why Our Courses Work
- Learn where you want: Our online course format allows you to access study materials on your mobile device wherever it's convenient for you.
- Study at your own pace: Watch as many lessons at a time as you want and review course content as often as you need.
- Track your progress: See how much of a course you've completed with a personal dashboard that displays the number of quizzes passed and lessons viewed.
- Access all courses: Find resources for other subjects you'd like help with or explore additional science topics. You can access all of our courses with the same subscription.
Browse Video Courses
- Bilateral Symmetry: Definition, Examples & Advantages
- Prokaryotes & Eukaryotes: Definition & Examples
- What Are Natural Fertilizers? - Examples, Lesson & Quiz
- Light Microscope: Definition, Uses & Parts
- Electric Motor: Definition & Examples
- What is a Map Key/Legend? - Definition, Symbols & Examples
- What is an Electron Microscope? - Definition, Types & Uses
- Gibbs Free Energy: Definition & Significance
- What is a Scientific Law? - Definition, Examples & Quiz
- Scientific Experiment: Definition, Examples & Quiz
- What is Peer Review in Science? - Definition, Process & Examples
- What is the Scientific Theory? - Definition, Characteristics & Example
- What is Scientific Investigation? - Definition, Steps & Examples
- Degrees Fahrenheit: Definition, Conversion & Quiz
- What are Variables in Science? - Definition, Types & Examples
- Degrees Celsius: Definition, Conversion & Quiz
- What is Temperature? - Definition, Lesson & Quiz
- What Are X-rays? - Definition, Uses & Quiz
- What is Refraction? - Definition, Causes & Examples
- Electric Force: Definition & Equation
- What is Capacitance? - Definition, Equation & Examples
- Strong Force: Definition, Equation & Examples
- What is Solenoid? - Definition, Uses & Examples
- Centripetal Acceleration: Definition, Formula & Example
- Thermal Equilibrium: Definition, Formula & Example
- Competitive Exclusion Principle: Definition & Example
- What is an Ecological Imbalance? - Definition, Lesson & Quiz
- What Is Ecological Balance? - Definition, Importance & Quiz
- What Is Environmental Studies? - Definition & Topics
- What Is Secondary Succession? - Definition, Examples & Stages
- Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide: History, Environmental Effects & Quiz
- Species Composition: Definition, Lesson & Quiz
- Mass Extinction of the Dinosaurs: Definition, Events & Causes
- What is an Isobar? - Definition & Examples
- Full Moon: Definition, Facts & Features
- What is the Hydrosphere? - Definition, Examples & Quiz
- Frost Wedging: Definition & Example
- Soil Profile: Definition, Development & Types
- Wave Period: Definition, Formula & Quiz
- Arrhenius Acid: Definition & Examples
- What is Ethanol? - Formula, Structure & Uses
- Glycerol: Properties, Formula & Uses
- Propane: Formula, Properties & Uses
- What is Potassium Permanganate? - Structure, Uses & Formula
- Ammonium Nitrate: Uses & Formula
- What is Nitric Acid? - Structure, Uses & Formula
- Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting (CABG): Definition & Indications
- Premature Rupture of Membranes (PROM): Causes & Symptoms
- What Is Lethargy? - Definition, Causes & Symptoms
- What Is Hyponatremia? - Definition, Causes, Symptoms & Treatment
- What Is Claudication? - Definition, Symptoms & Treatment
- What Is Hypoglycemia? - Definition, Symptoms, Causes & Treatment
- HEENT: Definition & Exam
- What is an Amphibian? - Definition & Characteristics
- What is the Biogeochemical Cycle? - Definition, Lesson & Quiz
- Complete Dominance: Definition & Examples
- Trabeculae of Bone: Definition & Function
- Bottleneck Effect: Definition & Example
- What is a Pioneer Species? - Definition & Examples
- What is an Epidemic? - Definition & Examples
Education Portal's 53 instructors bring a diverse array of experience and expertise to each course. From teaching philosophy in Athens, Greece, to exploring the mystery of genetics, each instructor is uniquely qualified to bring students the best online learning experience possible. Meet them now!
Jessica Bayliss, M.S.Jessica is our Director of Education and leads the development of Education Portal's courses. She has 10 years of experience in education and online teaching. Her work with students of all age levels drives her belief in the power of online resources to make higher education more affordable and efficient. Jessica's favorite part of the day is reading feedback from Education Portal's students. She has a bachelor's degree from the University of Illinois and a master's degree in instructional technology from Texas A&M - Kingsville.
Greg Chin, Ph.D.Greg has taught genetics, molecular biology, and general biology to high school, collegiate, and post-graduate students at Stanford University, the University of California, Los Angeles, Santa Clara University and the Dolan DNA Learning Center at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. He has also taught science workshops for the general public and led biology teacher enrichment workshops throughout the U.S. He received a B.S. in Genetics from the University of California, Davis, and a Ph.D. from Stanford University. Find out how your genes work in Greg's introduction to genetics video lesson!
Max Pfingsten, M.Ed.Max has taught classics, history and philosophy at a variety of levels at the Dikemes Academy in Athens, the Boulder Valley School District, University of Colorado at Boulder and the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy (IMSA). His work is noteworthy for its synthesis of technology and simulation with more traditional teaching approaches. He received a B.A. in Classics from Depauw University, a M.A. in Classics from University of Colorado at Boulder, and a M.Ed. from Jones International University. See Socrates come to life in Max's lesson on the life, death, and philosophy of the great Socrates.
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