My job has many roles, and teaching at the Manchester Museum and Manchester University’s Faculty of Life Sciences is one role I particularly enjoy. In conjunction with my colleagues, I teach all the zoology and biology students that come to Manchester University in their first year, running practical sessions based on ecology, adaption, and taxonomy, and use the animals from the Museum’s live collection as an important resource. Real World Science programmes and A-level ‘Frogs & Physics’ sessions have also been developed directly from amphibian studies and in collaboration with the University’s Photon Science Institute. Together we aim to provide our students with the best possible learning experience.
Zoology and Biology practicals (photos from 2012)
Zoology and Biology practicals (photos from 2011)
Zoology student practicals (photos from 2010)
Biology student practicals (photos from 2010)
Zoology and Biology practicals (photos from 2009)
Placement supervision Rebecca’s placement