In 2007, the Commission worked to further develop our school program. Commission staff members are available to give presentations to school groups in Warren County. Our inter-active presentation is one hour long and has been developed for fourth and fifth grade students.
The program, developed in our office, begins with a Power Point presentation on mosquitoes and ticks. After the Power Point presentation the class is divided into multiple groups to visit our hands-on learning stations. The learning stations consist of preserved mosquito specimens, live larvae, pupae and adult mosquitoes as well as fish and educational games. This presentation is a favorite among students, according to their feedback. In 2011, a variation of our school program was developed and geared toward middle school gifted and talented classes. View our School Program flyer below or contact the Commission office with your questions or requests to schedule a presentation for your students at 908-453-3585.
Training & Tools for Teachers
"The project provides a resource to classrooms so that they may remotely operate a scanning electron microscope to image "bugs" at high magnification. The microscope is remotely controlled in real time from a classroom computer over the Internet using a web browser."
The Bugman Pages
Provides a list of Teacher Resources related to bugs of all kinds as well as other science related themes.
The Center for Disease Control
Site features interactive activities for children and a downloadable curriculum for teachers to use in the classroom.
Student Manual - Mosquito Patrol includes activities, facts, and quizzes about mosquitoes and their insect relatives.
Enchanted Learning Pages
Over 17,000 web pages, includes all subjects, great for all ages. For use by parent and teachers.