One of the most important skills in forensic science is the ability to observe, interpret and report observations clearly and accurately. In this class, we will use and hopefully improve our understanding of our observation skills, and how they are used in forensic science. Here is a tentative outline for the class: 2-5 minutes: Introduction to the class, student expectations, and each other. 5-7 minutes: Engage - Students engage their own observation skills by observing a photo for a...
By the end of this lesson students will be able to... -explain how the brain processes information from the senses -relate observation skills to their use in forensic science -practice and improve their own observation skills -discuss the importance of accurate eyewitness accounts
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
The Forensic Science Series of classes that I teach will sometimes include information about actual case studies and crimes, which could include violent crimes. I will attempt to present all information in an age-sensitive and respectful manner. If you have any questions or concerns about specific information in each class, please message me prior to enrolling your student.
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