Distance Learning Libraries

Learners can use these units

to work independently.

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LOGIN INSTRUCTIONS

Login at learn2.stem101.org

Go to the upper right corner and select login.

New users have a couple of options to login with an existing Google, Microsoft, or Linkedin account or create a new STEM101 account.

To login with one of the social media accounts click the associate icon and enter your credentials.

For a new standalone STEM101 account click the create new account at the bottom of the second black box and follow the directions.

Once the new account has been established and your able to login please click the home icon in the upper left corner.

From the home page select the distance learning folder under the course categories.

Middle School Course

Look for the course titled Distance Learning for Middle School Cohort 1 and select it.

When prompted enter the enrollment key: muddycow77

High School Course

Look for the course titled Distance Learning for High School Cohort 1 and select it.

When prompted enter the enrollment key: freebones35

For further assistance please refer to the support videos located in the top menu bar on the learn2.stem101.org site.

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STUDENT/LEARNER ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS

Identify which unit you will be working on.  Teachers/Mentors will let you know which to work on and the due dates.  When you complete the post test, a certificate will be generated with your score.  Save/download this PDF certificate or print and send it to your teacher/mentor. 

If there is an activity you work on, your teacher/mentor will let you know how they want the project turned in.  Examples might be a picture/video of the completed activity/project or an essay of your experience.  Teacher/Mentors will also let you know where they want the picture/video uploaded to.  A simple example is where the student/learner uploads the completed project video to youtube/vimeo and emails the teacher a link to the video or a powerpoint or essay is submitted by email to the teacher/mentor.

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TEACHER/MENTOR INSTRUCTIONS

Let your student/learner know which unit you they will be working on and the due dates.  When students/learners complete the post test, a certificate will be generated with their score.  Students/learners should save/download this PDF certificate or print and send it to the teacher/mentor either electronically or by other means defined by the teacher/mentor.    

If there is an activity the students/learners do, the teacher/mentor should let the student/learner know how they should turn the project in.  Examples might be a picture/video of the completed activity/project or an essay of the experience.  Teacher/Mentors should also let students/learners know where they want the picture/video uploaded to.  A simple example is where the student/learner uploads the completed project video to youtube/vimeo and emails the teacher/mentor a link to the video.

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