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Science & Nature
Our Wonderful and Mysterious World of Animals (Ages 7-10)
In this ongoing class students will pick an animal to do a "deep dive" on, learning as much about that animal as possible.
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Once per week
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per learner - 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
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This is a fun biology/zoology class that will focus on one animal or group of animals (ex: Gray Wolf, Thorny Devil, or Sea Turtles) that are chosen by the students and is then explored the next week, learning as much as possible about that animal. Over the course of this ongoing class we will discuss a variety of life, from insects to mammals, to get a better understanding of our planet Earth, and how we all have adapted to life here. Students will learn: -About the specific animals they...
Students will improve their understanding of biology through the lens of animals that interest them.
No specific graded homework, but students are welcome and encouraged to keep being curious about their world and animals that interest them. Students should bring to class or message me an animal they are interested in as the topics are student led.
There may be some fact sheets given along with games and some other certificates that relate to the animal we are discussing. There will be at least one per class given.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
There will be discussion of prey/predator relationships, there may be some animals requested like spiders that students have phobias of. I will ensure that I message out what the next week's topic will be in case a student needs to skip a class.
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414 total reviews
235 completed classes
Hi! My name is MacKenzie Piacenti, but I generally go by Kenzie. I teach a variety of science classes, from Biology, to STEM, to Chemistry, to Animal facts. I have taught at Peak Academy for Community Learning for three years, and I have been...