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◎Planning of docents in the Cuei-ping Butterfly Garden:
        From students having the experience of rearing butterflies, we picked those who were interested in butterfly ecological education and were familiar with butterflies to some extent. After consulting their willingness, we gave them training to become docents of the Cuei-ping Butterfly Garden. There were two categories of docents, one was docents for butterfly ecology, and the other was keepers for butterfly challenges.

◎Enrich the knowledge of butterflies:
   
The first step to become a docent was to have an abundant understanding of butterflies. Via the explanation given by the CEO and Deputy Executive Manager, the docents understanding of butterflies could be enriched.

 

◎Training for the docents of butterfly ecology:
   
The main work for docents of butterfly ecology were introducing nectar source plants, food plants and characteristics of different kinds of butterflies, and giving the on-the-spot introduction of the garden.

◎Training for the keepers of butterfly challenges:
            Challenges related to butterflies would be hold annually. Therefore, some students had to be trained to become keepers, helping challengers accomplish the activities and solving their problems.

Explain the content of the challenges

Explain the content of the challenges

Explain the content of the challenges

Posters of the challenges


The challenges started


The challenges started


The challenges started


The keepers guarding their level

◎Reflections from the Whispering of Butterflies team:
        We all had taken part in the butterfly challenges in school before. Among us, Yi-hung, Ciao-yuan, Yi-ciao, and Yi-hua had not only been the challengers but also been the keepers. Moreover, Xin-yu had been one of the docents as well and even been interviewed as a representative for school by a broadcast station. Therefore, we were somewhat familiar with the training. Teachers often gave us the training during lunch breaks. We were not only asked to know and distinguish different species of butterflies, but were also asked to identify nectar source and food plants. It was really tired during that time, but we did benefit a great deal. Now when walking around the park sometimes, we could call a number of plants by their names. Thank our teachers for teaching us so hard to let everyone gain a lot.