Brett Merritt

Prototyping alternative futures for science education in the Anthropocene

Science

TERTIARY – UNIVERSITY

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
W.K. Kellogg Biological Station | Gull Lake, MI.

Co-Instructor in the Department of Entomology
– Aquatic Entomology (ENT 422)
Summer 2012

Teaching Assistant in the Department of Entomology
– Biomonitoring of Stream and Rivers (ENT 469)
Summer 2011

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Main Campus | East Lansing, MI.

Teaching Assistant in the Biological Science Program
– Organisms & Populations (BS 110)
Summer 2009

An experimental blogsite I created for this course can still be accessed HERE.

Teaching Assistant in the Biological Science Program
– Cells & Molecules (BS 111)
Summer 2005, Fall 2006, 2006, 2007

Instructor in the Biological Science Program
– Cells & Molecules Laboratory (BS 111L)
Fall 2006

UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA
Flathead Lake Biological Station | Polson, MT.

Teaching Assistant in the Division of Biological Sciences
– Stream Ecology (BIOL 454)
Summer 1993

SECONDARY – HIGH SCHOOL

THE AMERICAN SCHOOL IN SWITZERLAND (TASIS)
Montagnola, Switzerland

Teacher in the Science Department (1998-2000)
– International Baccalaureate (IB) Environmental Systems
– Ecology
– EAL Biology
– EAL Integrated Physical Science

SECONDARY – MIDDLE SCHOOL

THE AMERICAN SCHOOL IN SWITZERLAND (TASIS)
Montagnola, Switzerland

Teacher in the Science Department (2010-present)
– Integrated Science

The extensive blogsite created for this course is accessible HERE.

OKEMOS PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Chippewa Middle School | Okemos, MI.

Teacher in the Science Department (1995-98, 2000-03)
– Life Science
– Integrated Technology

Teacher in the Math Department (1995-98)
– Pre-Algebra


Last updated: January 2017

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