(Life Science Elective: Grades 6-9) Coming Soon
Sports Med is a technology-based life science elective course that parallels many local, state, and national standards. This student-driven module is broken down into thirteen concepts, each with varying numbers of lessons. Each lesson includes seven student modalities. The pacing of the module can easily be adapted based on the preferences of the classroom teacher, time restraints of the class, and the teaching style of the classroom.
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“My administration is always asking us about ideas/classes they would consider teaching as electives. I would love to teach one of the Yeti modules, because everything would be included and I don’t have to do a lot of planning.”
— S. Harrington
7th Grade Teacher, California
“Having had a chance to preview Yeti, I love all of the creative elements and components. Each lesson in the 7 modalities is so thorough and well thought out.”
— J. Westover
6th Grade Teacher, Florida
“I really appreciate how Yeti has thoughtfully weaved Digital Citizenship components into the various technology modules. It supports the efforts our school is making as we strive to instill these qualities in our students as they are increasingly online in a remote environment.”
— T. Jordan
8th Grade Teacher, Washington State
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