Science & Nature
Hands-On Science! 6th + 7th Grade Ongoing Pod (36 Wks, Certified Teacher)| STEM
Science is fun and practical in this weekly ongoing class for Grade 6 and Grade 7 learners. Study biology, chemistry and physics through experiments, scientific observation, games, art, nature, and more!
45 total reviews for this teacher
9 reviews for this class
Completed by 78 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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⭐️General⭐️ This is an ongoing homeroom science class covering the curriculum in 36 lessons from September to June. Stay for the year or jump in at any time. We will be learning through experiments, scientific observation, manipulatives, games, art, nature, videos, writing, listening, speaking and group work. The teacher will provide optional weekly extension activities and extra practice resources including outdoor activities, art activities, online activities, worksheets and games. In July...
🌿Biology ✔evolution and natural selection ✔ecosystems and biological communities ✔climate change and human impact 🧪️Chemistry ✔the periodic table ✔matter ✔solutions ✔reactions ✔acids and bases ✔chemistry in the world 💡Physics ✔electricity generation and the environment ✔electromagnetic force ✔producing a current ✔magnetic field
Hi! I’m Ms. Jacquie and I love being a teacher! I have worked in education for over 15 years and my teaching specialties are sciences and humanities. I have experience in public education, private education and as a 5-year homeschool parent inspired by Waldorf, Charlotte Mason and Traditional philosophies. As the oldest of 5 children, I was born a leader and educator and I just never stopped. I love working with young people. Children make teaching the most rewarding job in the world! I am passionate about the natural world, the human world, the technological world and the bridges between them. I love exploring the intersections of our world through multidisciplinary studies. My goals in education are to support children on their quest for knowledge, to inspire them to create and imagine new and amazing things, and to guide them as they carve out their purpose in life. I believe in fostering human beliefs and systems that support a peaceful and sustainable future for people and the planet. My approach to education is hands-on, literacy-based and interdisciplinary. I help students develop the skills, confidence and curiosity to be lifelong learners. My first teaching experience was technology and sciences in Namibia. During University, I taught anthropology and worked on a multicultural history pilot program. I was an Outdoor Educator and Program Director for BC Parks, and I am a certified teacher in British Columbia, Canada. In addition to teaching, I have experience in scientific research, local and international politics, finance, technology/data analysis, and agriculture. I have degrees in Biology, International Relations, and Education; a fellowship in Public Policy; a diploma in Health (in progress) and certificates in Agriculture. I live in beautiful British Columbia, Canada on a small permaculture farm with my husband, 9 and 10-year-old children and two dogs Eve and Willow. I love to discover new ideas through travel and I have been to 19 countries throughout Europe, Africa and the Americas. My favourite things to do are teach and learn, read, garden, explore the outdoors, practice yoga and dance. *Teaching Experience* Homeschool Educator K-4 (Waldorf, Charlotte Mason, Build Your Library, Blossom + Root, Pandia Press History, Singapore Math, Wild Math) Biology 10, Biology 11; Surrey, BC Canada Grade 6, Grade 7 All Subjects; Vancouver, BC Canada Science, Spanish, Math, Physical Education 8/9; Vancouver Island, BC Canada Education Coordinator BC Parks; BC Canada Anthropology Guest Educator; North Carolina, USA Technology 8-12, Math 8/9, Physics 11; Namibia *Education* BA Education; Vancouver Island University, BC Canada BA Biology; UNC-Chapel Hill, NC USA BA International Relations; UNC-Chapel Hill, NC USA FA Public Policy and International Affairs; Princeton University, NJ USA Nutrition and Health Counselling; Vancouver BC Canada (Soon!) Master Gardener; BC Canada SCUBA: Open Water, Advanced, Rescue; Honduras Emergency Medical Technician; NC USA *Other Experience* Financial Analyst Intern; The Motley Fool, VA USA Data Analyst; FINCA International Ecuador, remote Farmer's Market Manager; BC Canada Governance Board; BC Canada Library Board; BC Canada *Travel* Europe, Central America, Africa *Languages* French Spanish
The teacher will provide weekly extension activities and extra practice resources. Completion and correction of assignments will be at the parents' discretion.
General Supplies: pencils, colored pencils, erasers, paper, scissors. Unique supplies will be updated each week in the classroom.
There is no formal assessment in this class.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Jacquie HarkemaCapacity Builder and Lifelong Learner
45 total reviews
45 completed classes
Hi! I’m Ms. Jacquie and I love being a teacher! I have worked in education for over 15 years and my teaching specialties are sciences and humanities. I have experience in public education, private education and as a 5-year homeschool parent...