This online course is designed for teachers, leaders, and parents to assist instruction to students enrolled in the Veterinary Science Certificate Program.
- 25 teacher-led videos
- 25 presentation slide sets with printable note sheets
- lesson question and activity handouts
- and video demonstrations depicting clinical skills.
Additional resources include teacher key, curriculum guide (outlining the goals and objectives), apprenticeship log sheet, grade sheet, and various forms related to the Veterinary Science Certificate Program. These resources are used in conjunction with the print edition of One Health Science & Technology by Heather L. Simmons, DVM, MSVPH.
This online package requires an annual renewal subscription and is active for 1 year starting the day of activation.
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