Last week in forensics, the students were fingerprinted and booked ;) in a sense. Students learned about the whirls, loops and arches that make up the most common fingerprint patterns, and then analyzed fingerprints using 3 common methods: iodine fuming, superglue fuming and (the obvious one) dusting.
This week the students will be finished the first module in forensics 25 (fingerprints) and we will move on to trace evidence analysis.
This week in Forensics 25
Monday: Case Studies involving Fingerprints
Tuesday: Quiz (Module 1)
Wednesday: Collecting Trace Evidence
Thursday: Hair Analysis
Friday: Fibre Analysis
I have just started teaching Forensics 25, which is really exciting! I am currently developing my materials and ammo for this class! Sorry it's not quite up to snuff, but it's a work in progress!
This class (right now) is developed off of a RVS moodle site, so I will be using that as a resource to help with assessments and material!
Ms. Kendra Mogck
Bachelor of Science (Honors)
in Organic Chemistry and Human Physiology from the University of Calgary
Bachelor of Education in Secondary Science from the University of British Columbia