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At UNA, we are a resource for you, whether you are a high school junior or senior in need of a course
or a parent looking for fun activities to do with your children. 

This page has been created with you in mind. Browse through the content, enroll, or just enjoy a video tutorial.

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Students in Dr. Lisa Clayton's Early Childhood Reading and Language Arts course (ECE 410/ECE 610) compiled these resources to help teachers and families with learning at home.

Students in Dr. Lorie Johnson’s Teaching Literacy in Grades 3-6 (EED 420) compiled these resources to help teachers and families with learning at home.

Reading Resources for Parents prepared by EED 420 pre-service teachers
(list of apps, websites, books, tips for supporting reading at home, virtual museum trips and more):

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1WptlrPPXXHZYKfRK_oFthdjoIT-LGPB6vFhItn3Fhho/edit?usp=sharing

 https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1qhZLJ2AJVLHOsV-aH5MAt-HyX0gAvMRD_S0lCn9GuSQ/edit?usp=sharing

Students in Dr. Erin Piedmont’s Teaching Literacy in Grades 3-6 course (EED 420) compiled these resources to help teachers and families with learning at home.

Students in Mrs. Madonna Choat’s Early Childhood Education Math course (ECE 406) compiled these resources to help teachers and families with learning at home.

  • Grade: 2nd
  • Standard(s): 2-MD1
  • Topic: Measurement and Data: Measure with a ruler in feet - something larger like a desk.
  • Video: https://youtu.be/zRssdkZBbzU
  • Grade: 1st
  • Standard(s): 1-MD3
  • Topic: Time-Time to the hour and half hour, also know the terms half past, 30 minutes after
  • Video: https://youtu.be/rf4F7CNzpTM
  • Grade: 1st
  • Standard(s): 1-G2
  • Topic: Sort and describe 2D shapes: circle, triangle, rectangle, hexagon, square, trapezoid
  • Video: https://youtu.be/QlhB7p6BzNE
  • Grade: 2nd
  • Standard(s): 2-MD8
  • Topic: Value of coin- penny, nickel, dime, quarter-how to write with the cent sign
  • Video: https://youtu.be/ecaMni6gCHs
  • Grade: 2nd
  • Standard(s): 2-MD2
  • Topic: Measuring and compare lengths of two objects. Make a subtraction sentence to determine the difference.
  • Video: https://youtu.be/2pqJkjWYieQ
  • Grade: 2nd
  • Standard(s): 2-MD8
  • Topic: Counting a collection of different coins - count from greater value coin to least value coin.
  • Video: https://youtu.be/7J1-rVHqDqI
  • Grade: 1st
  • Standard(s): 1-MB3
  • Topic: Telling time to the half hour and hour using analog and digital clocks
  • Video: https://youtu.be/bnGtAHlQ8fk
  • Grade: 1st
  • Standard(s): 1.G3
  • Topic: Partition circles and rectangles into two and four equal shares, describe the shares using the words halves, fourths, and quarters, and use the phrases half of, fourth of, and quarter of. Describe the whole as two of, or four of the shares. Understand for these examples that decomposing into more equal shares creates smaller shares.
  • Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2LQ9Dih9-4I
  • Grade: 2nd
  • Standard(s): 2.MD3 2.MD5
  • Topic: Centimeters, Meters and Measuring Centimeters to the Closet Meter
  • Video: https://youtu.be/nWN2LDmmzzg

Students in Mrs. Madonna Choat’s Creative Arts course (ECE 312) compiled these resources to help teachers and families with learning at home.

Students in Dr. Linda Armstrong’s Children’s Literature course (EED 301) compiled these resources to help teachers and families with learning at home.

  • Grade: 1st
  • Standard(s): RI.1.10 & SL.1.5
  • Story: The Sun is Kind of a Big Deal  A letter to My Teacher
  • Video: https://youtu.be/1hM5woxRyRY

Students in Dr. Rebecca Hopkins’ Collaborative Behavior Interventions course (EEX 435) compiled these resources to help teachers and families with learning at home.

Students in Dr. Gary Padgett's ED 382 course compiled these resources to help teachers and families with learning at home.

Students in Dr. Lisa Clayton's Evaluation and Remediation of Reading Problems course (EED 405/505) compiled these resources to provide professional development for elementary schools.

During summer 2020, the University of North Alabama is offering all of its Early College courses at a discounted rate of $100. First priority will go to students who have been admitted for Fall 2020, but this offering is open to all high school juniors and seniors.

This offers excellent opportunities for high school juniors and seniors who aspire to earn college credit while still in high school. It is focused on placing the needs of students first. Students are supported by the University the moment they express interest in the program. Our goal is to help students successfully transition from high school to college.

Apply as an Early College Student for Summer 2020 and fill out the Early College Approval Form by June 1 to take advantage of this offer. Please include the course number of the course(s) you’d like to take. Please click here to see an example of the Early College Approval form. All Early College classes this summer will be $100.00. Any 100 – 200 level course offered at UNA is available to early college students. Please take a look at the Summer Class Schedule.

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