Teaching Plant Phys.

Galloway Cynthia M kfcmg00 at TAMUK.EDU
Tue Feb 6 08:37:28 EST 1996


> Plant Physiology is also offered at the 400 level at my University but, I 
> also have sophomores and juniors in my class.  We only offer one 200 (or 
> sophomore) level class for majors in the department and very few 300 
> level classes so we get all levels in our 400 level classes.  This makes 
> it necessary to start 400 level courses at an introductory level to get 
> most of the students up to speed.  We have only taught Intro. Botany for 
> the past year-and-a-half so all upper division Botany needed intro. 
> material in order for the students to even have a chance at understanding 
> things such as Plant Phys. and Plant Taxonomy.  It works out pretty well 
> in the end but, it's rough at the start.
> 
> Cyndy
> 
> -- 
> Dr. Cynthia M. Galloway
> Associate Professor 
> Dept. of Biology
> Campus Box 158
> Texas A&M University
> Kingsville, TX 78363
> 
> (512)595-3790
> FAX: 512/595-3409
> 
> 


-- 
Dr. Cynthia M. Galloway
Associate Professor 
Dept. of Biology
Campus Box 158
Texas A&M University
Kingsville, TX 78363

(512)595-3790
FAX: 512/595-3409




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