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Survival skills are essential, even if you will never be stuck in the wilderness! Learning how to cope in an emergency is essential; this class will teach you the basics of how to become a wilderness SURVIVOR! Students will learn the following basic tools of survival: 1. Survival Kit and Gear 2. First Aid Kit 3. S.T.O.P! Stop, Think, Observe, Plan! 5. Finding and Building a Shelter 6. How to Build a Fire 7. Signaling for Help 8. Finding and Treating Water 9. Foraging for Food 10. Navigation...
Students will leave class with basic skills to survive if lost in the wilderness. Some of these skills will also be helpful during natural disasters like earthquakes, hurricanes, power outages etc.
Having been exposed to camping and wilderness since I could walk, I have a passion for teaching others the skills for surviving in the wilderness. Considering recent acts of nature around the world, including earthquakes, hurricanes, flash floods and tsunamis, I also believe it is essential for everyone to have at least the minimal skills needed to start a fire, forage for food, find and treat water, and build a shelter. My life experience, as well as recent coursework thru Alderleaf Wilderness College give me the necessary knowledge and skills to be able to pass this important information on to your learner on a level that they can understand!
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour 40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
This class will be presented via powerpoint presentation and includes several short video clips which will keep younger students engaged and enhance learning opportunities. Students are encouraged to ask or answer questions, and we will also share recent or upcoming camping and wilderness adventures! Although homework is not required, students are encouraged to practice the newfound skills they learn in each class, and are also encouraged to share their knowledge with their families. **Parents should be aware that this class discusses survival protein - - which includes fish, frogs, eggs, snakes and insects. I am a huge animal lover and cringe at the thought of having to take the life of a small animal, but when faced with the prospect of surviving in the wilderness, this is a life-saving skill that needs to be addressed. If this is offensive to you, please consider another class instead. :)
Jen McVeay"A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination." -Nelson Mandela
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Aloha! My name is Jen, and I live in the beautiful state of Hawaii! I believe that all students should "Learn with Aloha" - my hope is that your children feel supported in the classroom, and have fun while learning in a friendly environment! I...