I Want To Be A Veterinarian!
4 - 6
In this class, we will look at different types of veterinary medicine, the tools and technology they use, as well as the various animals that they care for. Such as small animal vets who mainly look at dogs and cats all the way to zoo vets who care for a wide variety of animals! We will discover how to care for animals.
30 minutes per class
4 - 6
Meets on date
Thursday, December 2, 2021
Date and Time
Meets at time
5 - 7 learners per class
02:00 pm - 02:20 pm (PST)
About the Course
Do you love animals? Are you interested in caring for them? Have you ever been curious about what being a Veterinarian looks like? Then come join in the fun of learning all about being a Veterinarian!
In this class, we will look at different types of veterinary medicine, the tools and technology they use, as well as the various animals that they care for. Such as small animal vets who mainly look at dogs and cats all the way to zoo vets who care for a wide variety of animals! We will discover how to care for common and uncommon animals as well as play some fun games to test your new veterinary skills!
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How To Participate
Attend Class Via Zoom Video
This class will be hosted on Zoom video conferencing platform. You will receive an email 30 minutes before class starts with a link to the class and access instructions. We recommend you make sure your device is up to date and meets all system requirements before class.
Hello, I am so excited to teach your student! I am an experienced teacher with a Bachelor of Science in Elementry Education and a 120-hour TEFOL Certificate. I have been teaching in a variety of settings including teaching in public schools, private schools, one on one tutoring, teaching online, and being a camp counselor. I love teaching online and I am so excited to share my passions with your student. A few of my areas of expertise are exploring living animals, English as a Second Language, and Learning Through Travel and Exploration.