CESA 10 Distance Learning Catalog 2020-2021
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Updated 1/22/2020
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Distance Learning Class Offerings 2020-2021
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Course NamePrerequisite(s)Course DescriptionCreditLengthHost School
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Animal Care and ManagementNone Grade Level: 11-12Provides fundamental knowledge of the animal science field. Topics include animal health, animal environments, anatomy and physiology, genetics and reproduction, animal feedstuffs, and job-related safety. Participants will experience animal concepts through the completion of hands-on activities. Students should have computer and internet access.1Full YearEleva-Strum
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Animal ScienceNone This course is designed to cover basic animal science topics. Areas to be covered are careers, anatomy, animal behavior and operator safety, feeding and nutrition, genetics, reproduction, biotechnology in livestock production and animal rights/welfare. 0.51 SemesterColby
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Animal ScienceNone Animal Science will cover topics relating to both large and small domesticated animals. Students will cover general topics including animal welfare, genetics, nutrition, reproduction, and safety and environmental issues with animals. This course is taught with an applied science emphasis. The objective of the course is for students to understand the role of animals in our society and to become an educated consumer. Suggested for students interested in animal or veterinary career.0.51 SemesterMarathon
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Advanced Animal ScienceAnimal Science Advanced Animal Science is a continuation of Animal Science and will cover individual species in detail including dairy, beef, sheep, horses, swine, goats, companion animals, and exotic domesticated species. Animal physiology, behavior, biotechnology, veterinary medicine, and animal product selection will be emphasized. Current industry topics will be identified. 0.51 SemesterMarathon
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BiotechnologyNone Grade Level: 10-12This course provides a broad introduction to the biotechnology industry, including applications in diverse areas such as health care, agriculture, environmental science, and identification (including forensics). Ethical, legal and social issues raised by application in biotechnology will also be discussed. Students should have a computer and internet access.0.51 SemesterEleva-Strum
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Conservation & Natural ResourcesNoneIf you appreciate the outdoors and enjoy using natural resources (fishing or hunting), this class can give you a better understanding of our natural resources and the need to conserve them. Topics include wildlife management, taxidermy, ecology, water resources and pollution, air pollution and land management. Field trips, guest speakers and projects will be included. 0.51 SemesterColby
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Exploring AgricultureNone Grade Level: 9-12This class is offered to those intrigued by the agriculture courses, but who want to learn more about the agriculture industry as a whole before choosing which direction to take your courses. A main focus will be careers within the industry, but it will also touch on the more unique pieces of the industry that most people are unaware of. Students will be able to steer the direction of the class, learning the most about the topics they choose. 0.51 SemesterColby
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Large Animal ScienceNone Grade Level: 9-12This course involves an overview of the anatomy, genetics, nutrition, health, management and selection of various livestock animals. Students will investigate various aspects of the livestock industries, career opportunities, breed identification, animal selection and facility management. Students will also study current issues and laws affecting livestock activities and ownership. Students should have computer and internet access.0.51 SemesterEleva-Strum
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Leadership and Group DynamicsNone Grade Level: 10-12With a hands-on, activity-based approach, this class will challenge students to find the leader within in order to make them competitive in today's society. This course is designed to educate the student on premier leadership, personal growth and career success. Skills in the areas of communication, goal setting, time management, financial planning, and job interviews will be taught. Students should have computer and internet access.0.51 SemesterEleva-Strum
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Small Animal ScienceNone Grade Level: 9-12This course will focus on the science of small animal care, health and nutrition, breeding and reproduction, housing, and training of pet or companion animals. Students will investigate into the various aspects of the small animal industries, career opportunities, and developing a schedule of proper care and handling for a chosen animal will be the product of this class. Students will also study current issues and laws affecting the small animal activities and ownership. Students should have computer and internet access. 0.51 SemesterEleva-Strum
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High School to High School Course Drop Policy:
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Deadline for dropping, without being charged, from courses hosted by a CADENC or WIN Network school is June 1st
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Deadline for dropping, without being charged, from courses hosted by a CWETN or Project CIRCUIT Network school is June 15th
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