We will be creating more courses soon. Our next course will be on the Principles of Design!
Each video is between 3 and 5 minutes depending on the subject matter.
No. Teachers will have access to everything on the website including extension activities and additional resources. Students will only have access to the course material.
No, teachers and students simply access the website to stream our videos and lesson content.
The subscription lasts for one school year. You would need to get a new subscription after that. We will continue to improve things over the years as well to offer more for those continuing to come back again and again!
Teachers and/or school boards will be given a set number of access codes to provide to their students. The students then use the codes to log in and access the lessons.
Teachers and students do not need any prior knowledge of photography. We would recommend watching the Camera Tips lesson if you want to try and help your students with the functions. And the Photo Editing lesson is good to watch before helping the students edit their photos.
Students are encouraged to utilize any technology available to them to take their photos, whether it be a cell phone, tablet, point and shoot camera, or a DSLR. We have a Camera Tips Lesson giving tips and instructions to students on how to use the technology available to them to take fantastic nature photos.
Students are given access to our courses through codes provided by their teacher. Focus on Nature does not collect personal information from students. Students are encouraged to turn off location data if they are using a cellphone to take their photos, and should only photograph nature and not include photos of people with recognizable features …
Yes! Anyone can purchase this program to share with their kids. Whether you’re a teacher, educator, or a homeschooling parent this program will help connect your child to nature, while learning the world of photography and art.