Teaching - Animals in Extreme Environments
The Department of Integrative Biology is once again participating in the University's s@ge camps- a residential camp for grades 7 and 8 students.
We are presenting a session entitled “Animals in Extreme Environments”. During this module the students will explore organism adaptations and will also have the opportunity to dissect squid.
We are looking for 2 people to teach an “Animals in Extreme Environment” module.
The camps dates are May 9 – 11; May 16 – 18; May 23 – 25; May 30 - June 1; June 6 – 8.
You would be responsible for teaching 2 to 5 - 90 minute modules each camp session.
The rate of pay is $55.00 per 90 minute session. If you are interested or if you have any questions, please contact Sheri Hincks (email@example.com
or Rm 3509 New Science Complex)
Students: Sheri Hincks and Jen Taillefer brought this to my attention.
Created: April 17, 2007
marie Thérèse Rush
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