Science & Nature
How to Teach a Dog to Be His/Her Best!
An intro to dog training with popular and proven techniques that can be applied to most good dogs.
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learners per class
$8 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 4 weeks
45 minutes per class
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*Back to School Rates Updated! $10 or more off each learner!* Meetings Available according to Teacher's schedule. The fixed meeting may not be updated. This is a 4 week course that meets once a week for 45 minutes each. It is a Level One class. We will cover the very basics of dog training with dog psychology mixed in! Before and during our first meeting, we will get to know each other and our dogs so get ready to share. And don't worry, I will tailor the class to meet specific breeds and...
Students will learn the basics of dog training and be able to, with time and consistent practice, teach their dog just about anything.
Students will be given practice assignments to do with their dogs each week. I expect each student to work with their dogs at least once a day every day while enrolled in my course. I hope that they will provide feedback once a week on their dog; whether that be a video clip or a "journal" message describing what they did, how they did it, and the result it produced with their dog. If students can't complete this outside of class, I will ask them in class about their practice sessions! Print outs provided for lessons that need them.
One page assignments will be provided each week Dog or puppy Leash Collar Clicker Treat bag Treats Toys Note: students without dogs are more than welcome to take the class to learn before they bring home a dog or puppy!
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Progress is assessed by gathering the needs/goals of the students, giving them help to teach that goal, and them reporting it has been reached by providing a video or written journal detailing their accomplishment or telling the class.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
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2 completed classes
I have been an online ESL teacher for 3 years and am a substitute teacher K-12 for a local school district. I am currently pursuing state teacher certification in my state. My Bachelors degree is in English; I have studied this exclusively as I...