I am presently A.T.E.R. (Temporary Teaching and Research Assistant) at University Jean Monnet of Saint-Etienne. I am teaching exclusively to L2 students. I assured TDs (Directed Work) of applied ecology (lake ecology, IGBN measurements and Shannon index, mimetism, history of biodiversity, etc.) for students whose main subject was geology and geography. I am simultaneously responsible of the Developpment Biology module in S4 (course, TPs and TDs about embryonic and post-embryonic developpment of Amphibians and Arthropods).
TD/TP are available on request ( )
I was also teachig assistant at University Pierre et Marie Curie, and I assured TPs and TDs in various units of the L1/L2 Biology cursus.
During 2005 and 2006 editions of "Fête de la Science", I created an educational game based on the Arctic food networks, entitled "From plankton to bear". The game was aimed at scholar pupils, and they particularly enjoyed it, as well as their teachers. Each player embodied a Northern country, and had to recollect the elements of food networks (with Arctic plants and animals), in order to be the first one to reach the North Pole. Players were sensibilized to these ecosystems' fragilities, through climatic or politic events.