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Conservation: Endangered & Extinct Animals (FLEX)
Learn about conservation and the efforts being made to save the critically endangered animals in the world. We will also spend time learning about the ones that have become extinct [ecology, biology, zoology]
Shelby van der Merwe MBPsS
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Over 5 weeks
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How does a "Flex" 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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*Please note that this class will not include any live meetings. All communication will be made in the Outschool classroom* For some species, time on planet Earth is running out. Several of these species are being driven to extinction thanks, in large part, to human interference. Sometimes that interference is direct—poaching for big game trophies or animal tusks, and sometimes, it's indirect, such as when land is developed and disrupts habitats and entire ecosystems. Take this class to...
Learners will: - gain knowledge of conservation and threats to wildlife - know information about several species of animals that are critically endangered or extinct - know about the IUCN Red List & conservation - know the difference between classes of vertebrates (mammals, reptiles, birds, etc) - create their own final project to showcase their learning
I have a Bachelor's degree in Psychology, with a specialisation in counselling. In the past, I have worked in primary and high schools offering individual & group counselling, life skills courses, and psychometric testing. I am currently working in Youth Empowerment Services for local government. My interests lie in child development and mental health awareness. I have also always had a passion for wildlife & conservation and have done extensive research on all of my class topics.
Each week there will be 2-4 extended learning options in the form of discussion posts, crafts, projects, experiments, research activities, games, and writing activities. Learners will be encouraged to participate in at least one, but potentially all, of the "homework" options in order to further learning, have fun, and increase class engagement.
1 file available upon enrollmentLearners will have the option of completing several different activities at home. I will also be providing PDF handouts that can be printed for some of the activities.
No live meetings, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
This class includes discussions about conservation status and poaching. There are also mentions of animals eating other animals. No graphic images are shown.
Shelby van der Merwe MBPsS
She/Her l Youth Worker l Advocate
🇬🇧Lives in the United Kingdom
252 total reviews
228 completed classes
Hello! My name is Shelby. I am from South Africa but am currently living in London. I love travelling around the world and meeting new people. I have a passion for education and working with children. I have a Bachelor's degree (with Honours) in...