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Biology - Advanced Vet / Veterinary Science 1 (8-12 Yrs)

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Future Vet & Animal Science Academy
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Love biology or zoology? Want to become a veterinarian? Learners explore topics relating to veterinary / vet care of animals such as dogs, and cats. Ideal for homeschool, after school, career prep & career exploration#academic

Class experience

Intermediate - Advanced Level
Follows Teacher-Created Curriculum
12 lessons//12 Weeks
 Week 1
Lesson 1
Terminology
Students will learn some commonly used prefix/suffix/roots, along with common veterinary terminology. Worksheets will be provided.
 Week 2
Lesson 2
Terminology II
Students will continue to learn some commonly used prefix/suffix/roots, along with common veterinary directional terminology. Terminology Bingo Game will be provided.
 Week 3
Lesson 3
Safety and Restraint
Students will learn how veterinary professionals keep themselves and their patients safe including Fear Free handling, , and “kitty burritos” will be practiced using a stuffed animal and a towel.
 Week 4
Lesson 4
Possible Emergency Situations/ Pet First Aid Kits
Students will learn about some emergency situations that pets sometimes find themselves in. Lesson topics will include the importance personal safety if there is a pet emergency. Pet first aid home kit’s content will be discussed and a list of items commonly put in a general pet first aid kit will be given.
 Week 5
Lesson 5
Toxicities
This recorded lesson will discuss some common items that are toxic to dogs/cats. Animal Poison Control number will be given and the teacher will discuss when we might need to use it.
 Week 6
Lesson 6
Canine and Feline Anatomy: Anatomy & Physiology
Over the next 4 lessons learners will explore the anatomy and physiology of cats and dogs. Major body systems will be discussed starting with the animal cell, tissues, and the skeletal system. Additional carefully selected YouTube video links will be provided. Some of these will reference the human body, as many of the body systems of humans are very similar to cats/dogs. (reproductive systems will not be discussed)
 Week 7
Lesson 7
Canine and Feline Anatomy: Circulatory & Respiratory Systems, Blood
In this lesson learners will continue to explore the anatomy and physiology of cats and dogs. This lesson will include the circulatory system, blood and the respiratory system.
 Week 8
Lesson 8
Canine and Feline Anatomy: Digestive System, Nervous System and Muscles
In this lesson learners will continue to explore the anatomy and physiology of cats and dogs. This lesson will include the digestive system, muscles and the nervous system.
 Week 9
Lesson 9
Canine and Feline Anatomy: Urinary System, Eyes and Ears
In this lesson we will wrap up our lessons on the anatomy and physiology of cats and dogs. Urinary System, Eyes and Ears will finish up our anatomy weeks!
 Week 10
Lesson 10
Comprehensive Physical Exams I : Patient History & Body Condition Scores
In this lesson the teacher will review the importance of a complete physical exam and how we get a patient history, and body condition scoring will be taught.
 Week 11
Lesson 11
Comprehensive Physical Exams II : Physical Exam, Vital Signs and a Case Study
In this recorded lesson the teacher will review vital signs, and how a vet completes a physical exam A case study will be reviewed and learners will be given information on 3 more to review prior to watching the final lesson recording.
 Week 12
Lesson 12
Case Study Review
Review of the final 3 case studies will be done.
I have been a certified veterinary technician for more than 30 years, have a MEd from Colorado State University and a Master of Veterinary Education (MVEd) from Lincoln Memorial University’s School of Veterinary Medicine.  

I have been teaching at multiple local community colleges in veterinary Assistant Programs, and in an equine  studies program, as well as a variety of Veterinary Science programs for grades 3-5, 6-8, and high school.

 I am also a homeschool mom! At home, my family has 2 mini horses, a Paint horse,  4 Nigerian dwarf goats, 9 chickens and 4 cats!  

I am passionate about sharing my experience and love for animals and veterinary medicine with all learners from diverse backgrounds from all around the world! If your learner has a dream to be a veterinary professional, then I am excited to help them on this first step! 
Homework Offered
Along with a recorded lesson, suggested practice, worksheets, projects, additional YouTube video links and discussions may be posted. Learners are encouraged to share photos of finished projects and ask any questions they may have to the teacher in the classroom.
1 - 2 hours per week outside of class
Assessments Offered
Feedback will be given on any of the projects that are submitted.
Grades Offered
Supplies are noted in the course description each week. 
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This class is not teaching medical advice and students are not qualified or encouraged to perform first aid on animals upon completion.
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Average rating:4.8Number of reviews:(1,403)
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The Future Vet and Animal Science Academy strives to provide the highest quality of educational programs to embrace and cultivate the vision the future for learners around the world who have a passion for animals and agriculture. We do this while... 
Self-Paced Class

$19

weekly or $220 for all content
12 pre-recorded lessons
12 weeks of teacher support
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1 year of access to the content

Completed by 79 learners
Ages: 8-12

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