Man-Yin Tsang

University of Toronto

PhD Candidate and Teaching Assistant in the Dept. of Earth Sciences, University of Toronto. Devoted to find methods to teach undergraduate Geoscience effectively.

Courses taught (number of students): Confronting Global Change (400), Earth System Evolution (30), Environmental and Archaeological Geophysics (20), Geologic Structures and Maps Field Trip (10), Introduction to Geological Field Methods (field camp) (35), Our Home Planet (400), Sedimentation and Stratigraphy (30-50) 

Professional affiliation:  Advanced University Teaching Preparation Certificate, University of Toronto; member - GIT, Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario

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Sedimentation Provenance Problem Set part of Sedimentary Geology:Activities
Introduce students the concept of Sedimentation Provenance and how it can be studied from rock samples. Teach students to visualize mineral distributions in a basin and draw ternary QFR (quartz-feldspar-rock ...

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