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About Mr. Bragg:
I graduated from Richard Stockton College with a B.S. in Biology. After graduating I worked for the NJ Endangered and Non-Game Species Program, a Department in the state Division of Fish and Wildlife. I have also worked for The NJ Pinelands Commission along with contract work for the US Fish and Wildlife Service. I am a professionally trained herpetologist- a biologist that studies reptiles and amphibians. My research has included work with Diamondback terrapins, Gray Tree Frogs, Northern Pine Snakes, plus many more.
Then, I moved on to working for the National Aquarium in Baltimore, Maryland. I worked on the Rain Forest floor and exhibitions as a staff herpetologist. My job was to take care of all of the frogs, salamanders, turtles, crocodillians, snakes, and lizards. I also cared for a variety of insects.
As an educator, I love to bring my experiences and stories into the classroom. I work hard to make the class fun, exciting, and engaging through the use of novel games and projects. I read up on current trends in cognitive science and adolescent psychology to use in my classroom. I am always looking for guest speakers with unique takes on biological topics.
This is my 15th year at EHT HS and I can't wait to dive into the topics with my students!
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