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This is a comprehensive Periodic Table Lab Activity Simulation for students. There are 3 documents: 1) Lab Introduction Document with Questions and setting the context to examine unknown elements from the Planet Pumpernickel 2) 9 page flash cards
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Here is the lab I use with students to help them actually experience and test out different substances to determine if they possess ionic or covalent bonding. I mainly suggest common houeshold items. Try it out!
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This is a great lab that asks students to learn acidity based on the titration of an egg shell with an acidic substance. I found that students are not that excited to do NaOH and HCl titrations since they never encounter these substances in "real"
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This is the lab I use for the energy unit. Instead of just doing problems, I have students calculate the energy found in 1 cheese puff and have them compare it to the nutrition facts label. I've included both pre-lab and post-lab questions.
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Here is another lab I've used to help students learn acid-base concepts. My philosophy is to help students connect with things they are familiar with and then to describe and explore the science. In this lab, I've taken a variety of vinegar
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This is the lab I used to have students learn about physical and chemical changes of matter. I have several stations set up and students go around and test them on their own, making observations and are required to complete various post-lab
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This is one of my favorite labs. It sounds simple but it's a great lab that I created for students to explore the structure, formula, and shape of various organic compounds. You will need molecular model kits (any kind) for students. I also describe
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This is a fun lab where students create their own snow globes and then describe the types of solutions they created. They can take home their snow globes too!
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This is a simple lab but engaging for students to design a lab to test solubility factors for a fake Pepsi-like company.
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This is one of my favorite labs. It requires students to create a pre-determined amount of salt, then to determine the amount of reactants they need to make this salt amount. This is a great application of stoichiometry and factor label for
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Since nuclear chemistry is a hard subject to teach with a lab, I use a simulation variation of the pennium lab (using pennies) for students. I've included pre-lab and post-lab questions.
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This is the lab I use in my redox unit. I have students bring in supplies and prepare ahead of time to create their own battery (fruit, salt water, etc.) that they research online. I supply a low voltage LED for them to test. While the results can
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This is a lab I use in my Atom unit. Because the structure of the atom is hard to visualize, I have students perform basic flame tests and then have them record their observations on a diagram I've included. There are also some post-lab questions as
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Learning about matter classification is not easy. I use this lab to have students learn about many aspects of heterogeneous and homogeneous mixtures as well as basic lab techniques.
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This is the lab I use to help students understand the different factors that affect reaction rates. I primarily allow them the flexibility to design and test whatever they think might affect a reaction. They then time the results to see if this is
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This is a lab I use in the Kinetics and Equilbrium unit. It is hard to have inquiry labs in this unit, but here I challenge students to make predictions on a reaction and to also carry it out.
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How are chemical formulas determined? This is a really neat lab using hydrates to help students determine the chemical formula of a hydrate. It also forces students to use good lab technique and apply the stoichiometry/factor label method in
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This is one of the initial labs I use to help students apply the rules for significant figures, use rulers, and also to determine and calculate the thicknesses of various aluminum foil brands. It's a pretty easy one to do with students and very
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This is a fun lab where students create their own snow globes and then describe the types of solutions they created. They can take home their snow globes too!
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This is a lab I used for my unit on Atoms. Since it is difficult for students to "experience" the structure of an atom, I found that this is one of the best ways. Here, you will have to use gas tubes of specific elements and students will use
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Sorabol College (Gyeongju, Korea) -English as a Second Language (2001-2003) NYC Department of Education (NY, NY) -Millennium High School (2004-2007) -Integrated NYS Regents Biology and Chemistry Course for 9th graders -Brooklyn Latin School (2007-2011) -AP Chemistry and NYS Regents Chemistry for 10th-11th graders

MY TEACHING STYLE

Prefer the backwards workshop method to lessons. -Hook/Non-Chemistry Example -Discussion/Analysis of Non-Chemistry Example -Chemistry Example -Student Brainstorming/Analysis -Teaching -Practice/Application

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Duke University, A.B. Chemistry 2001 City College of New York, M.A. Science Education 2006

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-Summitted Mt. Kilimanjaro and Machu Picchu -Loyal fan (against my own wishes at times) of Buffalo Bills, Buffalo Sabres, and Duke basketball -Raised $2K for school supplies and volunteer work in Monterrey, Mexico -Co-created a documentary film in Cambodia -Traveled to over 17 countries

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