Learning how to learn is the single most important goal one should have when entering Uni.
My job as lecturer is to help students to become independent learner and to get ready for real-life challenges.

From science students, employers expect generic skills such as:

Solid numeracy skills
High problem-solving ability
Confidence to deal with large datasets and complex information
Above average computer skills
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Capacity to work as a member of a culturally diverse team

I teach my classes in a way to enhance these skills.

Program: Year 2016
Course Evaluation

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Year 2016


FIRST SEMESTRE


SECOND SEMESTRE

2nd YEAR

GEOS2114/2914
&
GEOS2124/2924:



GEOS 21(9)14:
Volcanoes, Hot Rocks and Minerals

GEOS 21(9)24:
Fossils and Tectonics

3rd YEAR

GEOS3101/3801



GEOS 31(8)01: The Earth Structure & Evolution

GEOS 31(9)04: Geophysical Methods

WORKSHOP: Computational Tectonics


≥ Honours, Master ...


Short Course: Computational Tectonics


An Open Source Multi-platform GIS Toolbox





patrice.rey@sydney.edu.au

The University of Sydney
School of Geosciences
Division of Geology and Geophysics
Sydney NSW 2006
Australia
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