RegisterSign In
Q

Is there a way out of doing a mandatory dissection?
I don't like to dissect things. It creeps me out. Please help.

1145 Views | Save to Account
Asked by cookieman645 Monday Apr 19th 2010 in K-8 Education
A
  • answers
A Rating 0

While each school system has its own set of policies on the matter of dissection, you might be able to avoid this task. What you will need to do is have a conversation with the instructor of the course in which you will be required to dissect something, and discuss with them your possible options. I know that in my school, many students were are to avoid this task be taking on extra work or writing an extensive paper, but like I said all school have their own polices. Contact your instructor, and discuss with them what option you have other than preforming dissection. It never hurts to ask.

was this answer helpful? yes no
  • related questions
Q
answer now

I'm interested in taking DED1881, Scaffolding safety training Course, and would like to know if I can receive a competent person certification upon completion

Q
answer now

Is it possible that I can teach my kid at home? Does our Government allow this?

Q
answer now

I live and work in the state of Ohio as a Peer Literacy Coach. I have a Masters in K-8 Ed, a reading endorsement, and a bachelors in Communications. I am interested in a Curriculum and Instruction Administration Certificate without having to get another degree. I am also considering moving to PA. Which online program would best fit my needs?

Q
answer now

Do you have to have a high school education/diploma to take any of these online courses or degrees?

Ask your own question!

256 characters left