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Inside a Duck Egg: Let's Look at a Duck Embryo!
This class is a fun introduction to Embryology, we will look inside an egg to look at a baby duck that is developing!
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Would you like to look inside an egg and see a duck embryo developing? When a farmer looks inside an egg it is called "candling an egg". This is where you shine a bright light on an egg to see what is inside. In this interactive class I will take one of our eggs out of the incubator and use our special egg candling equipment, including a special microscope, to look inside. This class will have two parts, in the first part I will explain what you are seeing and show you different parts, as...
I am a poultry farmer, and have farmed for over 20 years. I am also a 4H leader and owner of an embryology program which provides hatching projects and educational content for learners from pre-school to high school. I have taught in this area for over 11 years.
Although no homework will be assigned, a booklet will be provided after registration as part of the course. It will provide information, some fun exercises and a journaling area for notes.
A booklet will be provided once registered. There will be no need to purchase materials.
This course has two options, the first is without an assessment, the second option is if you require a grade and certificate an optional quiz will be available.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
A link to an optional video of a duck hatching will be provided, this is an optional video and is not mature or sensitive material, but is the parents choice if they would like their child to access a separate website.
389 total reviews
282 completed classes
I am located in beautiful British Columbia. I hold a degree in Governance, Law and Management and a Masters of International Relations. I am also the owner of a classroom embryology program that offers hatching projects, science classes and hands...