Harri Little known as Harri
BSc(Hons.) Natural History
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Certificate in Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (Level 4 – 12 credits)
First Aid Trainer Certificate
First Aid At Work
REC Level 2 Expedition First Aid
Level 2 Certificate in Assessing Risk
Certificate in Assessing COSHH Hazards
Gas Safe Certificate in Handling of Laboratory Gases and Cryogenic Liquids
Fire Marshal Certificate
MiDAS (Minibus Driver Awareness Scheme) Certificate
USW Site Visits, Fieldwork and Working Overseas Procedures
USW Manual Handling
National Navigation Award Scheme – Tutor
Having graduated from the former University of Glamorgan in 2013 with a BSc. (Hons.) in Natural History, I went on to become a Local Authority Learning Coach before became I took on the role I am in today.
I find most areas of S.T.E.M. fascinating but the following subjects interest me in particular:
- Using Field Signs and Tracking as a method of monitoring Mammals (particularly UK Species)
- Human Paleobiology/ecology
- Mammalian Evolution and Ecophysiology
- Natural History Guiding and Science Education
I have an interest in developing ways in which technology can enhance the pedagogy of student learning experiences in practical science and fieldwork.
I have Technical responsibility for the General Biology & Ecology Wet Laboratory, Microscopy Laboratory, the Clinical Skills Laboratory and the Aquatic and Terrestrial Zoology Project Rooms.
In addition, I am jointly responsible for the upkeep and issuing of Field Science Equipment, particularly in Field Biology and Ecology.
I am a First Aider and Fire Marshall for the Upper Glyntaf Campus.
I have Demonstrator duties for the following modules:
Principles of Ecology
Evolutionary Botany and Zoology
Big Game Tracking
Tropical Ecology and Conservation
British Naturalist Association
Association of Science Education
Institute of Outdoor Learning – including membership of the Field Studies Professional Practice Group, the Higher Education Discussion Group and the Environmental Awareness Discussion Group.
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