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(Ongoing) Biology Veterinarian Club: Wild and Domesticated Animals (5-9Yo)
Created for elementary school students, this is the first of two ongoing vet courses provides students answers to their questions about wildlife and pets. We compare and contrast species and focus on topics students care about.
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13 reviews for this class
Completed by 134 learners
Once per week
learners per class
How does an “Ongoing” course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills
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Veterinarians are in high demand in the US and all around the world. Likewise, many children have a huge interest in working with animals: veterinarians, technicians, assistants, zookeepers, marine biologists, wildlife conservationists, and more. From cute dolphins to scruffy wolves to horses, leopards, and dogs... animals really capture the hearts of learners all over the world. This class is specifically designed to be short, 25-minute sections of material because this material is real....
Goals for each class vary based on the topics on hand. Typically, students should: - Be able to tell a sibling or parent a new way a veterinarian can be helpful - Be able to tell a sibling or parent a new fact about an animal or type of animal - Be able to describe the importance of various skills in the veterinary setting
I am an Animal Scientist who graduated from NC State in 2010 with a Bachelors Degree in Animal Science Pre-Vet. When I completed schooling, I left with a minor and additional concentrations such as equine anatomy and physiology as well. I worked in veterinary medicine and animal science including various clinics and farms for 20 years. I also worked and volunteered at NC State prior to moving into online animal education. My favorite position was in emergency medicine. I am prepared for this course.
Homework is optional and individual. Each class will have a homework assignment for students using this class for school. Assignments should take less than an hour a week.
- Some students take notes or drawing pictures during class. - There may be some printables included to help students understand material. These materials are created by myself specifically for your child in this class. - If your child needs additional accommodations, please message me upon enrollment and I will try to accommodate your child.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Parents can contact me on an individual basis if using this course for extracurricular classwork.
25 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
There is no inappropriate or violent/sexual content; however, this course is a veterinary medicine course. I will try to avoid the blood and age-questionable material for this age group. However, this is a veterinary course. I stress the importance of animal welfare and humanity, but some lectures may have video footage of needles (IV catheters). Some courses may have photos of organs included. Anesthesia and euthanasia may be discussed in some lessons. I will not teach reproduction to this age group outside of answer questions such as this animal lays eggs or has live babies.
Kaitlyn Eagle, B.S ANS: Animal Veterinary Teacher
Expert Animal Scientist, B.S. Veterinarian Focus, Science (prefers she/her)
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
303 total reviews
240 completed classes
Hello, hello, hello! I am Ms. Kaitlyn, live in North Carolina, and I'm here for all of you learners! A learner's success is my top priority! As a Pre-Veterinary Animal Scientist B.S., I am super excited to teach all about veterinary animal science...