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How does a “One-Time” class work?
Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
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Learning about the weather is a great way to get kids interested in nature and science because weather affects our lives every day. In this one time class, your child will learn about the formation of tornadoes, when and where they occur, the Fujita scale, and the different types of tornadoes. They will also learn safety tips and how to prepare for severe weather. I encourage the kids to ask questions and share any knowledge they may have about the class topic because that is a good way to...
The kids will learn the science of tornadoes and safety tips for severe weather.
I have taught elementary students as a public school teacher, on Outschool, and with my local homeschool organization. I have taught units on the weather as well as a high school meteorology class for homeschool kids. I enjoy learning about the weather.
2 files available upon enrollmentAs far as supplies, the kids will need a copy of the world map colored pencils, crayons, and/or markers pencil with eraser 2-3 sheets of blank paper (printer paper or drawing paper)
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
I upload videos to YouTube so that is the third party resource I use when I share my screen. You do not need an account. I use Google Photos to screen share my photos and Google Slides to share slideshows.
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Hi, I’m Miss Robyn, and I enjoy learning! Earning my Bachelor of Science degree in Education with a minor in Mass Communications has allowed me to teach elementary-age children in public schools, lead a 4-H club, and teach as an instructor with...