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In this ongoing 30-minute course we will be learning about a different dinosaur or prehistoric animal each class. Each week we will discuss where and when these animals lived, where their fossils were found, how they were fossilized, their diet, size, and the habitat in which they lived. Initially these will be chosen by myself, but after the first class, the dinosaurs or prehistoric animals will be suggested and chosen by the learners. Potential topics will be suggested and discussed at the...
Students will learn about a different prehistoric animal each week, where, when, and how they would have lived, and develop communication skills through asking and answering questions, and the discussion portion near the end of class.
I have both a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Earth Science, with a focus in paleontology, and have previously worked at a UNESCO fossil world heritage site.
The only homework for this course would be coming up with interesting suggestions for dinosaurs or other prehistoric animals to cover in later weeks.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
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Hello and welcome to my classroom, My name is Max and I have a Bachelors of Science in Geology from Acadia University and a Masters of Science in Earth Science from The University of Toronto. I teach classes on topics of earth science...