Southwestern Adventist University

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EDSC 545 - Dinosaurs for Teachers

4 hours

This class is designed for teachers who need science credit for an advanced degree in education.  subjects covered include developing a working knowledge of geology, consideration of all of the major dinosaur groups, detailed understanding of the Upper Cretaceous fauna of the Lance Formation, issues in earth science and origins, and acquiring "hands-on" experience in how science works.  Lab work will include learning excavation techniques for fossils, and excavating dinosaur bones from quarry sites.  In taking the class, you will be contributing to our on-going scientific investigation of the taphonomy of dinosaurs.  You will produce a paper covering one group of dinosaurs of your choice.  The class takes place in Wyoming during the month of June.  2 Lecture, 2 Lab

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