Prosser, WA (PRWEB) July 09, 2013
Red Comet’s brand new elective “Anthropology I: Uncovering Human Mysteries” is launched to supplement the current high school curriculum. The aim of anthropology is to use a broad approach to gain an understanding of our past and present so that we can understand what the future holds for us. Weaving concepts from humanities, social sciences and natural sciences, this course addresses the problems humans face in biological, social and cultural life. This course explores the evolution, similarity and diversity of humankind through time. Students study how we have evolved from a biologically and culturally weak species to one that has the ability to cause catastrophic change. Exciting online video journeys to different areas of the anthropological world are also presented in the course.
The program offered online by Red Comet is not only appealing, but also demanding in scope. The online program offered by Red Comet is considered one of the most comprehensive programs and is also rated as providing the most satisfactory learning experience for students in Washington State. The Red Comet program has been approved as a “multi-District Online School Program Provider” as well as a “Multi-District Online Course Provider by the Washington State, Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). The students of the Red Comet online learning program are fully invested into the topics that will challenge them, but are presented in a way that they can easily understand. To keep students interested, the online high school from Red Comet utilizes a wide range of learning methods that motivate students to maintain the given schedule for finishing the courses.
The high school classes offered by Red Comet are made available to students across the nation. Included in the program are popular electives and necessary core subjects in Social Studies, Math, Science, Arts, and Language. The students using the online learning program from Red Comet are fulfilling a range of different needs, including:credit recovery for students who may have fallen behind, high school classes for students in public school who may be unable to attend all of their classes, and students in home school who need assistance in certain subjects.