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Science & Nature
Conservation Biology (Flex Class) Ages 13-18
In this class, students will learn how processes such as habitat fragmentation, deforestation, and pollution are impacting the environment as well as sustainable practices that are helping to prevent future damage.
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Completed by 2 learners
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Over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per week
How does a “Flexible Schedule” course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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Human population numbers have increased substantially over time putting a much greater demand on many of the natural resources that the environment can offer. But what does that mean for the plants, animals, and organisms that live there? An instance as simple as a new road being built could impair the ability of a healthy species to thrive by the unavoidable impacts from habitat fragmentation, rendering animals separated from their families. But what other consequence comes from this? ...
My entire life I wanted to explore the ocean and the environment. I have always had a great appreciation for the processes that are not completely understood and the unknowns that have yet to be discovered in the environment. In the beginning of my professional career in research, I worked as a naturalist on a whale watch boat and as a laboratory technician working on environmental cleanup projects such as water and land pollution. Then I moved into my dream job of being a research chemist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in marine & geochemistry where I was able to be in the foundation of the research community and learn from many amazing scientists & researchers who devoted their lives to exploring the mysteries of the environment as well as protecting the animals and organisms living in it. For me, working as a student mentor with graduate and post graduate students, made this experience one I will always cherish. As a teacher, I want my students to be excited about what they are learning and with my background in research, I will work extra hard to make sure that if there is an aspect of a topic that a student is interested in, I will make every effort to alter my lessons to include those topics.
Each week the students will be provided with a recording to listen to as well as assigned weekly readings on the classroom board and a discussion question that students will be required to respond to. I ask that all students participate in one or more of the weekly activities by Monday each week. Each student will also be provided with their own individual login to ck-12, which is a site I will be using to provide additional assignments for the students. This site is designed for students to work at their own pace.
Links to relevant websites will be provided as well as handouts provided by the teacher.
No live meetings, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Mrs. AtwoodChildren are the future
258 total reviews
334 completed classes
I have been working as a private tutor for grades 5-12 in Science and English since 1999. I also worked as student mentor to post doctoral and summer student fellows for over ten years while I worked as a Research Chemist in marine & geochemistry...