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Ian Williamson
United States - California - Irvine
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A nice, simple review of motion and interpreting distance-time graphs. I put together various different distance-time graphs to allow students p...
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A nice, simple review of motion, speed, velocity, and acceleration. Students will practice calculating speed, velocity, and acceleration from qu...
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This activity helps demonstrate some of the unbalanced forces, namely gravity and air resistance, that affect us every day. Students should pred...
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In this review worksheet of forces, students will identify what happens when more than one force is acting on an object. Students will calculate...
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A nice, simple review of motion and interpreting speed-time graphs. I put together various different speed-time graphs to allow students practic...
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A simple lab to test how the speed of a marble changes as the height/slope of a ramp is increased. As students raise the ramp, they will notice ...
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A nice, simple review of the periodic table. Students will find symbols, names, as well as other trivia in the periodic table (like which elemen...
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Students always enjoy testing inertia. This activity takes students through three activities that demonstrate Newton's First Law of Motion. Stu...
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A simple lab to test how the speed of dropped coffee filters changes as the height is increased. As students raise the height of the filters, sp...
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This activity helps demonstrate Newton's Second Law of Motion, Force equals mass X acceleration. After making some predictions, students will go...
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This 29 slide PowerPoint presentation covers 13 questions on the topics of motion, speed, velocity, and distance-time graphs. Main points incl...
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This worksheet offers students practice with the equation speed = distance/time. Students will be expected to find the speed, find the distance,...
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This activity focuses on allowing students to find adaptations in organisms and how they enable survival. In this lab, students will think about...
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In this review worksheet of forces, students will draw and label arrows to indicate the individual forces acting on an object. They will then de...
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This 24 slide PowerPoint presentation covers 9 questions on the topics of force, net force, balanced and unbalanced forces. Main points includ...
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This 60 slide PowerPoint presentation covers 13 questions on the topics of friction, gravity, and elastic forces. Main points include: fricti...
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This 22 slide PowerPoint presentation covers 10 questions on the topic of density Main points include: density, how to calculate density, th...
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This 42 slide PowerPoint presentation covers 10 questions on the topics of acceleration, calculating acceleration, and graphing acceleration (spe...
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Getting to know the parts of the cells is a complex process! This 40 slide PowerPoint presentation covers 13 questions focusing on the organelle...
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This is a classroom favorite. Students will design and build racecars from milk cartons, push-up pop wheels and power them with balloons. Helps...
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shalen44 re: Paper Airplane Lab: Gravity and Air Resistance
Do you have a packet for sale with all the awesome physic activities you have for sale individually?
June 17, 2013
Ian Williamson  (TpT Seller)
No, unfortunately not at this time.
June 17, 2013

WchsChemTeach  (TpT Seller)
A viewing guide is a student friendly version of your powerpoint with blanks (and sometimes extra problems) for students to complete as you go through the ppt (powerpoint). Some sellers have them ready to go with the powerpoints they offer. It makes your items to sell more teacher friendly and ready to use along with answer keys. Think about it. More of us may be willing to purchase.
January 28, 2013

WchsChemTeach  (TpT Seller) re: Motion PowerPoint Presentation
Do u ever create viewing guides for your ppts to write on?
January 27, 2013
Ian Williamson  (TpT Seller)
I have not. Could you explain?
January 27, 2013

Stephanie Newsom  (TpT Seller) re: The Nature of Force PowerPoint Presentation
I like the powerpoint, but the Edward/Jacob thing doesn't work. It says it is unable to download it. Any advice?
December 12, 2012
Ian Williamson  (TpT Seller)
ian
December 12, 2012

vanessa dunning  (TpT Seller) re: Motion Review Worksheet: Distance Time Graphs
does it cone with an answer key
December 2, 2012
Ian Williamson  (TpT Seller)
sorry Vanessa. no answer key at this time. if it's important, I can make and send you one!
ian
December 3, 2012

Karen Borgsmiller  (TpT Seller)
Hello,
I just downloaded your balloon powered car activity. Can you tell me what type of wheels you use for yours and the size of the milk cartons? Thanks. I have several of your worksheets and you do a fantastic job. Thanks for sharing all these! Karen
December 13, 2011
Ian Williamson  (TpT Seller)
Karen-
There are a variety of things you can use for the wheels, but in my experience, what is easiest/cheapest are the plastic sticks and wheels from Push-Up Pops. If you have a large straw, they fit right. For the cartons, I use half gallon, cardboard juice/milk containers. I usually cut them in half (length-wise) so you can get two cars from one carton. Ask the students for help in gathering supplies!
I'm glad you enjoy the worksheets. Let me know if you need anything else.
ian
December 13, 2011

Kelevra re: The Sun! PowerPoint Presentation
I couldn't open it once DL'd.
October 24, 2010
Ian Williamson  (TpT Seller)
Not sure why, Kelevra. It's on Micosoft PowerPoint 2003...not sure if that's the issue. If you are comfortable sending your email address, I can try to email it directly to you. If it still doesn't work, let me know and I'll refund you. : )
cheers,
ian
October 24, 2010

Kelevra re: The Sun! PowerPoint Presentation
I couldn't open it once DL'd.
October 24, 2010
TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching science in Tustin, California since 2000.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Science should be fun and engaging. With the rigor of learning science should come application and a reference back to prior experience. It is through this process that students are motivated to learn and connect what happens in the classroom to everyday experiences.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Finalist for Orange County Teacher of the Year in 2005. I also have won several awards for coaching our Science Olympiad Team.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated from Colorado State University in 1997 with a BS in Biology and Zoology (with a history minor). I have earned my credential and Masters in Education from National University.