IPM in Schools for Teachers

Pest Management In and Around Structures May 15, 2017 Print Friendly and PDF

tea

Do you feel that teaching takes up all your time, and pest management is the last thing you want to have on your to-do-list?  Think again.  Teacher involvement in a school IPM program is important because teachers have first-hand information about student sensitivities and tendencies. They have a direct relationship with students and can influence their behavior greatly.  Everything a teacher learns about school IPM will help them and their students to manage pests in their own homes.  This module, conveniently divided into two learning lessons, is specifically prepared to welcome school teachers and get them interested and involved in school IPM.  

 

box mockupPresentations to Help You Teach

Is this a topic that you would like to teach in a classroom setting?  These presentations provide talking points in the slide notes and keep the slides concise. You can customize the PowerPoint versions to fit your needs.

DOWNLOAD TEACHING KIT FOR TEACHING STAFF
LESSON 1 | LESSON 2 | SAMPLE QUESTIONS  

 

LEARNING ON YOUR OWN
Lesson 1 of 2

This lesson is great for IPM coordinators to educate teachers about integrated pest management.  Teachers will learn about the importance of keeping clutter to a minimum in their classroom, work rooms and lounges. They will also learn about the importance of the health and safety aspects of certain pests and the overuse of pesticides. And what to do if they have pets in the classroom so they don't turn into pests. 

DOWNLOAD THIS LESSON    POWERPOINT

LEARNING ON YOUR OWN
LESSON 2 of 2

Lesson 2 provides suggestions to incorporate IPM into the curriculum. This lesson will help teachers develop or find curriculum that follows requirements for biology, biodiversity, ecology, evolution, problem solving and teamwork.  You will even find a great lesson on bed bugs. 

DOWNLOAD THIS LESSON   POWERPOINT

More Presentations

Looking to educate specific personnel at your school? Look no further.
The following presentations in this series were specially designed for your school faculty and staff.

SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS    ●   TEACHERS   ●   CUSTODIAL STAFF
NURSING STAFF  ●  FOOD SERVICE STAFF   ●   MAINTENANCE STAFF
FACILITY MANAGERS  ●   LANDSCAPE AND GROUNDS STAFF

 

Connect with us

  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • YouTube
  • Pinterest
  • Google+

Welcome

This is where you can find research-based information from America's land-grant universities enabled by eXtension.org

LOCATE

USDA / NIFA

This work is supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, New Technologies for Ag Extension project.