Field Entomology

I’ve got some blacklighting stories to share, but I have been busy preparing for teaching Field Entomology! It’s a 6 week course, my first time creating my own curriculum from scratch. There are no real guidelines, so I have done some research on how other people have done field entomology classes, and mixed in my own ideas. I created all of the assignments myself.

First day is today… we’ll see how it goes!

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Posted on July 9, 2012, in Field Entomology. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Good luck. And don’t give too much homework! What’s easy for you may be difficult for the uninitiated.

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