Most recently, I have taught Fundamental of Biology II (LIFE 121), a required course for all Life Sciences related majors across the university. Sporadically, I teach the graduate course Likelihood & Bayesian Ecology (BIOS 952).
Teaching with a Learning Glass
The following software tools can be used to examine systems of differential equations and conduct maximum likelihood analysis. They are written as Mathematica notebooks. Wolfram CDF Player is a free program that can be used to view Mathematica notebooks (*.nb); however, you will need a full version of Mathematica to execute the code.
Teaching Presenations & Workshops
Grading and Assessment. Presented on August 20, 2019 at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
In the past I have taught Principles of Ecology (BIOS 805), a graduate course for the begninning students in Ecology, Evolution & Behavior.
For many years I taught Ecology & Evolution (BIOS 207), an undergraduate course required for a biology major or biology minor. The last few times, I taught this in the summer at Cedar Point Biological Station.
For one semester I taught Biostatistics for undergraduate students.
I taught a maximum likelihood course as part of the program Enhancing Linkages in Mathematics and Ecology (ELME) at the W.K. Kellogg Biological Station, and in summer 2018 Introduction to Theoretical Ecology.
- Maximum Likelihood Course Outline, Notes, and Worksheets
Here is a great web-based clock that can be projected for the students when giving exams. Choose the sliver background in the upper right and adjust the clock size in the upper left.