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Field Trips as a Teaching Tool

The following article, originally published in the Ecology 101 section of The Ecological Society of America's Bulletin, describes the author's efforts to assess the educational value of field trips and his suggestions for enhancing their value.
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Life science discipline (subject)
Keywords field trip, course, Ecology as a Science, General Principles of Ecology, lab, tool, ecology 101
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Educational Language
Pedagogical Use Description This resource may be useful as a guide for incorporating field trips into ecology or other science courses. It could also be used to defend or support including field trips as enhancement to a course.
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Primary Author Affiliation Biology Department, University of Puerto Rico
Primary Author email n/a
Rights The author of this resource should be properly cited.
Date Of Record Submission 1999-11-30

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