GCU LIVE Lessons are an innovative opportunity for students and teachers to participate in a 45-minute interactive activity specific to an area of interest. Lessons can be hosted in a face-to-face classroom or, for select lessons, a virtual classroom setting. GCU LIVE Lessons feature GCU curriculum designed by the university’s college experts and faculty. Students will have the opportunity to develop hands-on skills or explore advanced concepts through the web-hosted presentation.
GCU LIVE Lessons are intended for students at or above 11th grade in high school. Due to popularity of these lessons and individual needs of schools nationwide, teachers are kindly asked to keep their reservations to a reasonable number per semester.
GCU LIVE Lessons supports streaming on Google Meets, Microsoft Teams and Zoom video conferencing.
GCU LIVE Lessons Requirements:
To take part in GCU LIVE Lessons, your classroom or learners must have internet access and one of GCU's supported streaming software options downloaded on a desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile device. You must also have a projector screen, smart board, TV or another form of a large screen to connect your device so that all participants can view the lesson.
It is highly recommended that you also have access to a high-volume speaker, a webcam and a microphone or a device with a microphone. These will all greatly add to your students' experience and the ease of communication with our presenter.
Most Popular GCU LIVE Lessons
- Business - Spirit of Business
- Education - Teaching For All
- Engineering - Online Circuit Development: Beginner
- Fine Arts and Production - Logo Design Challenge
- Healthcare - Careers in Chemistry: Pharmacy Lip Balm Compounding
- Honors - Interview Prep 101
- Humanities and Social Sciences - Neuroscience and Behavior of the Mind
- Pre-Health - Methods of Wound Closure: Suture Clinic
- Technology -Back-End Software Development: Meme Creators
- Theology - Biblical Interpretation General Epistles
GCU LIVE Lesson Tracks
*In light of COVID-19-related regulations, some schools may have unique classroom arrangements. Courses notated with an asterisk (*) can be offered in virtual or distance learning classroom settings. Courses without (*) may not be offered in virtual or distance learning classrooms.
Business, Innovation and Marketing
Computers and Technology
Digital Advertising & Design
Engineering & Design Exploration
Healthcare & Medical Studies
Justice Studies & Criminology
Leadership & Professional Development
Mathematics in Business
Sports Medicine & Team Culture
Teaching & Administration
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GCU LIVE Lessons will not be available during major holidays and traditional academic breaks. For a complete schedule of availability, please use the schedule link above.