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Allystair Jones

Biology Instructor
Odessa College
Odessa
Texas

 

Having started formally teaching as a rock climbing guide before he went to college, Allystair Jones learned very quickly the importance of good instruction. He has been teaching at the higher education level for 8 years and currently serves as the Faculty Senate President and Department Chair. Jones decided to teach at the Junior College level because that is where the need is. He has updated the curriculum to make evolution a central theme in the biology courses. Additionally, Jones has written content to create free textbook courses to save students money.

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