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Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
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This one time class explores the history and varieties of cheeses. We will look at cheeses from around the world and explore how local ingredients and available milks sources have shaped regional flavors. We'll examine the differences between hard cheeses and soft cheeses. Have you ever wondered how cheese is made? Have you ever wondered how long ago cheese was "invented"? Join us and find out! Class Format: - Introductions - Lecture and discussion about Cheese History and Varieties of...
Learners will learn about different cheeses. Learners will leave class with a basic understanding of different cheeses, cheese history and cheese making process.
I am a self-proclaimed foodie. One of my favorite foods is cheese. I love cheese because there are so many varieties and so many different ways to prepare it, use it in recipes, or just eat it. I am passionate about food, and especially cheese, and love sharing my passion for food with learners.
Optional: Cheese Tasting - After class learners are encouraged to try a new cheese and post to the classroom about the experience.
Learners are encouraged to try a new cheese and post to the classroom about the experience. Learners may bring cheese to class if they would like to do a Cheese Show and Tell.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Informal assessments based on participation.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Single Learner Classes: - Single learner classes will go ahead as scheduled unless learner and family request otherwise. - Lesson may end early. If the lesson ends early there will be an extended discussion and Q & A. Learners may be released from class up to 5 minutes early if Q & A ends early.
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Hello Outschool Families! I go by Ms. T or Ms. Crystal in class. I am a lifelong learner, always open to learning new things and sharing my love of learning with students. As a lifelong learner I am passionate about many subjects and have broad...