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Science & Nature
Raising Chickens 101
In this week long course students will learn all about raising chickens from to chick to adult including; feeding, space requirements, chicken behavior, & problem solving. Plus, meet a live chicken!
Rose Gottler, M.A. Education
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over 1 week
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How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Ever wondered what it takes to raise your own chickens? This a week long crash course on raising chickens. We will cover chicken basics in a series of slides & video clips starring my own flock of chickens. Students do not need to have live chicks or chickens to take this class. It is a great course for anyone considering raising their own chickens. Of course, no chicken class would be complete without a live meeting with a chicken! At the of the week, students will be introduced to a...
Students will learn a variety of information including: Supplies, space & legal considerations, and daily responsibilities to raise healthy chickens, different chicken breeds, differences between hens and roosters, healthy chicken behaviors, & problems to look out for in your flock.
There is no homework for this course, but students are encouraged to continue researching chickens on their own following the course's completion.
Several chicken handouts will be provided.
Students will be assessed informally through active participation during the course.
5 hours per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students may be sensitive to the topic of chicken predators, rooster behavior, and the pecking order. No graphic images or stories will be shared regarding these topics. Students may view images of chickens that are missing feathers due to molting or chicken bullying. This imagery could be upsetting to children who worry about the chicken's appearance, but it is important for learners to understand how the pecking order works and how to solve chicken bullying issues.
I will be directing students to helpful chicken raising websites including Backyard Chickens & My Pet Chicken. I will also be using a Nearpod interactive slide presentation. Students will be able to enter the presentation using the link provided in our Zoom lesson.
Rose Gottler, M.A. EducationThe Painted Toad (Online Art Studio)
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211 completed classes
Art is my passion and I have been teaching K-8 art in a traditional school setting for half a decade. I am the owner of The Painted Toad, an online art studio that offers virtual art & painting classes for youth and adults. I’m excited to be...