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A Purrfect Guide to Taking Care of Your Cat

Science & Nature

Trick Training for Cats: Flex Class

In this 7 week course, students will learn to train their cats to perform various tricks, such as shaking hands, rolling over, and playing dead. Students will also learn how to best interact with their cats, and learn about cat behavior.
7 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 5 learners
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Charged weekly
Flexible schedule
Over 7 weeks
No live meetings
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Class Experience

Students will learn how to use positive reinforcement to train their cats fun tricks. They will also learn to be patient as they better understand how a cat thinks. 
Each week, after watching the posted video, students should submit a video outlining the steps of the trick. The video should be a minimum of 60 seconds, not to exceed 3 minutes. Please submit the video by Saturday 12:00 am. Students without a cat may use a stuffed animal or a family member with a sense of humor. I don’t expect the cat to perform the trick in one weeks time, I only expect the student to demonstrate their understanding of how to teach the trick. 

Students then will discuss and give feedback to each other on their demos. In giving feedback, Please find something positive about the video. It is not enough to say “Great job!” Please be specific! For example, “You went through all the steps to teach mittens in the correct order! I liked how you were calm and patient with mittens! Nice job!”  Remember, treat others as you would like to be treated. Please submit feedback to each other by 12:00 am Tuesday. 
A cat harness and leash, a dowel or stick 10-18 inches long ( disposable chopsticks work fine) a dinner bell (the sort you press down on to ring, not pick up and shake), and 3 disposable cups.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
I will assess the students demo video each week and leave feedback.
No live meetings, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.


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7 total reviews
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About Me

My name is Danielle. I live in Wyoming in the USA. I love hiking in the mountains here. I have my bachelors degree in education and I have my 150 hour TEFL certificate. I have been teaching professionally for three years. For many years before I... 
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