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Virology Part 1: Research & Discuss Viruses That Infect Plant & Animals! (9-12)
Science & Nature
Bugs and Drugs: Mini Med FLEX Camp
In this 4-week flex course, students learn basic microbiology including what is a cell, why viruses are not alive and how they grow in a host, the basics of bacterial infections (focusing on ear infections), & how vaccines work. #academic
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$13 per week
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**Since these are flex classes and people take vacations and holiday breaks at different times, just let me know if you need to complete the flex class on a different schedule and I'll add extra weeks. I'll still post new lessons each week but will know that your learner will be needing extra time.** This 4 week flex class provides all four of my popular one-time microbiology classes to students. The material is essentially the same but is tailored to an asynchronous format. Each week...
As a family physician with a decade in private practice, I love teaching young people about how their bodies work. I believe that people who understand their bodies will take better care of them.
* Learners will complete either a drawing or written chart during each class by following a step by step video. * Learners will post a photo of their drawing or chart in the classroom * Learners will be asked to answer a prompt every week, which may be a getting-to-know-you question or related to the material * Learners are encouraged to comment on classmates' work as well
Students should have paper and writing/drawing supplies (colored pencils, pens, or fine tip markers) for each session. I will recommend the book Small Steps: The Year I Got Polio by Peg Kehret but it is not required or discussed in class
No live meetings, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Nothing in this class will be or is intended to be medical advice. This is merely educational in nature and will be a surface-level overview. Your student will not be coming out of this class knowing anything about how to diagnose or treat these conditions and we will not be discussing any personal medical questions/needs. Students should come with general questions about the topic.
A Family Physician and Homeschool Mom Who Loves Teaching Kids About Their Bodies!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
378 total reviews
306 completed classes
Hi! I'm Dr. Robin! I'm a family physician and I love teaching people about how their body works. I believe that when people understand their body, they will take better care of it so I created Dr. Robin's School and also teach here on...