Summer (US)
Zoo Vets【US Summer Camp】
Junior veterinarians or caregivers investigate life sciences by focusing on zoo animals.
David Bisnett
329 USD (329 Points)
(1 Learning point = 1 USD)
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Feature of the Class
Northwestern University CTD Program
CTD completion certificate will be issued
Top-notch experienced teachers from United States
Interactive end engaging
Enroll by: 16 July, 2021
Learning Goals
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
10-20 Learners
60 Minutes
Ages 7 - 11
USD 329
Two Live Classes + 4-Week Asynchronous Study
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Meet Your Teacher
David Bisnett
New York State High-School Teacher for more than 20 years in Science Topics
David is a New York State public High-School Teacher for more than 20 years. He has extensive experience as a Chemistry Teacher and has also taught Environmental Science, Biology and Astronomy. David enlisted in the US Army for 2 years’ active duty before returning to upstate NY to attend college. He holds 2 degrees from SUNY Potsdam: a BA in Biology and a Master’s in Education, he also has a Master’s in Environmental Management from Duke University. Fascinated by the learning process his entire life, David has always had a passion for education. Be it in the classroom, instructing 30 students simultaneously or 1 on 1 tutoring, David strives for exceptional learning outcomes for all of his students. When he is not teaching or tutoring , you may often find him waist deep in some river in the Catskills or Adirondack mountains Flyfishing for Trout.
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Content Details
About This Course
This is a program in partnership with Northwestern University CTD (Center for Talent Development). In this 4-week online course, we offer 2 live training sessions by specialists in addition to the asynchronous curriculum provided by CTD. In this course, 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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Course Break-Down
Learner Level Prerequisites / Time Expectation / Class Tool
Zoom, PC / Tablet
Teaching Materials Provided
Skills Acquired
Critical Thinking
Creativity / Innovation
Problem Solving