Of course, these contain lots of interesting info from class, especially of the- ahem- reproductive nature. They are all hilariously creative, too. Here are a few of my favorites. Enjoy!
By Paula Eberle
Nice move, Paula. Nice move.
|A plethodontid salamander projects its tongue to capture prey. Image|
|Images from Squishable.com|
|Ghost got a painful and potentially life-threatening bite to the snout from a Northern Pacific rattlesnake. He was treated with two vials of antivenom and made a full recovery. Photo: Ashley Ventimiglia|
|Students get easily bored in a one-way lecture, when nothing is asked of them.|
|Students working together to solve problems stay engaged and enjoy better learning outcomes. |
Image from http://serc.carleton.edu/.
|Learning Catalytics has many question types, not just multiple choice. Image from pearsoned.co.uk.|
|Learning Catalytics has a high-tech yet user friendly interface that students enjoy and faculty can easily employ. |
Image from https://www.pearsonhighered.com
|With proper pedagogy, students can stay engaged in lecture even when they use computers. Image: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/|
|Honeybees pollinate many crops, including almonds. From http://ucanr.edu/blogs/bugsquad.|
|A world without snakes might look something like this image from the 1979 film Nosferatu.|
|Indiana Jones is a classic ophidiophobe. From Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)|
|Lobue and DeLouche. 2008. Psychological Science 19:284-89. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9280.2008.02081.x|
|Samantha Brown, host of Cash Attack, meets a large python at Reptile Gardens in South Dakota. Photo retrieved from Samantha Brown's Facebook page.|
|Me showing off a rosy boa at a local school|
|Ohio State graduate student Matt Holding introduces a young girl to a rattlesnake. This positive, safe experience with a snake could stimulate an appreciation of nature and wildlife in this child.|
|An ophidiophile in the making|