Science & Nature
Let's Take a Tour Through Each Cell Organelle!
In this on-going course, students will learn in-depth detail about a new organelle and its function each class.
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Completed by 26 learners
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learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
40 minutes per class
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I offer two different time options for this class: Monday & Friday! If these dates do not work for you, please request a different time and I will reach out to you. ***Please read the schedule below to know which topic is covered: MONDAY CLASS SCHEDULE & TOPICS: 1.Week of 7/25: Nucleus 2.Week of 8/1: Mitochondria 3.Week of 8/8: CANCELED 4.Week of 8/15: Ribosome 5.Week of 8/22: CANCELED 6.Week of 8/29: Endoplasmic Reticulum 7.Week of 9/5: NO CLASS- LABOR DAY 8.Week of 9/12: Golgi...
Students will improve their learning on the role of each organelle in their cells. They will learn how animal cells are different from bacteria, viruses, and plant cells. This knowledge is needed for middle school, high school, and college. I believe it is very important to lay a good foundation on this complex topic, as it can be difficult to learn.
I have my bachelor's degree in biology. Higher level cellular biology classes were my all-time favorite courses to take during college. I have taken genetics, molecular cell biology 1, molecular cell biology 2, anatomy and physiology, and many others. I enjoyed these classes so much during college, I became a teacher's assistant my junior and senior year for my biology professors, which included teaching labs and assisting in class lectures. I enjoy learning and teaching about science on the microscopic level. My passion and enthusiasm for these topics will show in my teaching.
No homework is required. If any student wants extra help, I can provide extra material for them.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
If we have time at the end of classes, I will have a short quiz for the students to take to assess what they learned about. This is not for a grade, but it is to make sure they understand the concepts.
40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
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119 total reviews
185 completed classes
Hello! I am Mrs. Shae. I have my bachelors degree in Biology from Carson-Newman University. I have taken numerous upper level science courses such as genetics, microbiology, zoology, biochemistry, and organic chemistry. I am a lover for all things...