Zoo Vets【 Northwestern University CTD 】Age 7-9 動物園小獸醫
Students delve into what animals need to survive and how zoo vets help them, for example by creating the right kinds of zoo habitats and providing a healthy diet.
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Northwestern University CTD Program
Completion certificate will be issued
Top-notch experienced teachers from United States
Interactive and engaging learning environment
Deadline: 16 July, 2021
Investigate life science
Classify animals and compare their characteristics
Critical thinking: solution to help zoo vets
Develop reasoning skills to think like a professional zoo vets
Experienced Tutor in Science Topics and Neuroscience Researcher
Jimena studies at Neuroscience Department at Northwestern University, where she has been an undergraduate researcher in molecular biology and is currently working alongside the National Institutes of Health’s 4D Nucleome Consortium to investigate a human protein.
She worked with Northwestern Community Development Corps. to create a curriculum for undergraduates to teach 5th graders in Chicago about leadership, community engagement, and mindfulness and the body.
Jimena has taught students of all ages around the world on STEM and English topics. She is also experienced in providing personalized SAT test prep classes to middle and high school students.
In her spare time, Jimena likes to dance and choreograph to Latin music.
Junior veterinarians or caregivers investigate life sciences by focusing on zoo animals. They classify animals and compare animals' characteristics. Students delve into what animals need to survive and how zoo vets help them, for example by creating the right kinds of zoo habitats and providing a healthy diet. Students develop their reasoning skills to think like zoo vets.
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