How does a “Group” work?
Access to an online community, anytime — Share and create with like-minded peers from any device
A space for verified learners — All participants are verified by Outschool before joining
Educator-led challenges, events, and discussions — Outschool educator moderates content and facilitates engaging activities
Introducing Outschool Groups
Learn-A-Lotl: Virtual Axolotl TankLearn-A-Lotl: Virtual Axolotl Tank is a community of learners that come together on Outschool to share what they’re learning, ask questions, participate in challenges, and get feedback on their projects
Check out the Bead Axolotl I made with Rosie last week!
You're so talented!
In this club style group, young herpetologists will dive into the axolotl tanks and discover more about the creatures that live inside. Every week participants will get a special look at the Learn-A-Lot aquariums, test their knowledge with tank trivia, and so much more! Each post includes a 1-5 minute video featuring one of the axolotls, their tanks, care, or fun facts. Group members are encouraged to view the clip and comment with their own observations, questions, and interesting...
Learners will explore the tanks, observe the axolotls, and discover what it takes to care for them.
I have been researching and preparing to care for my axolotls for close to 10 years. I am now lucky to share my home with 3 of these amazing amphibians. I'm so excited to share them with the Outschool community.
Welcome to our Group! We want all of our learners to feel comfortable, connected, and safe. That's why we have 3 rules we ask you to follow: Be Kind, Be Safe, and Be Respectful. Be Kind - Help all learners feel welcome and included. Learners from all over the world, with different backgrounds, races, ethnicities, abilities, gender identities, religions and body types, participate in our Group. Always be nice and make others, especially new learners, know that they belong and are welcome. Teasing, name calling, or bullying anybody in our community? Nope. Not happening here Be Safe - Keep your personal information private and never ask other learners for theirs. Personal things are personal. We want to keep you safe on Outschool, but we also want YOU to understand how to be safe when you're meeting other learners or teachers. Keep your full name, home address, gaming or social media name, email, and school name private. Be Respectful - Treat others how you want to be treated. Keep language clean and information you share safe. If you wouldn't say it or share with your grandma, don't do it here. Swear words, racy videos, and violent images are not allowed. Treat Outschool like a public place, and when in doubt, keep things covered.
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These amphibians will occasionally be eating live prey such as worms. Please prepare your learner for this if necessary. We may also discuss amphibian adaptations, excrement, and reproduction.
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70 completed classes
Greeting Outschool Families! My name is Alyssa Rose, but you and your young learner can call me Rosie! I recently completed a master's degree program in teaching the biological sciences and am an environmental educator in the state of New York....