Dunigan Science
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I developed this project when I was tired of the typical PE/Work lab where students climb the stairs. It's my best selling item for a reason. It's fun for students, the only real cost is for masking tape, and it's easy to grade. :) Depending on
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This is a best-selling physics product for lots of reasons: 1) It is real physics with data and analysis 2) Inexpensive – about $.35 per group to complete 3) Easy to manage and store between classes 4) Student designed and cooperative
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This is one of my student’s favorite activities. Who doesn’t want to go outside and map out some vectors? It works well in physics or trigonometry for understanding how to add and subtract multiple vectors. 10 different maps are provided for
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This lab is super inexpensive and so much fun! Students construct a “car” that runs on the power of a single balloon expelling air. Most of the materials are scavenged – water bottles, bottle caps, straws, etc. The activity takes 120 minutes
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A solid understanding of Newton’s laws of motion are critical to students understanding motion, conservation of energy, and conservation of momentum. Rather than do a worksheet, try this quick and fun cooperative learning sorting
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This 45-90 minute fun activity is appropriate for many levels of science. You can use it as a filler, to take a break from more complex topics, or have a good activity for a day with an odd schedule (Pep rally! Assembly! Seniors only!). Students
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Are you looking for ways to improve your interactive notebooks in physics? Reinforce the characteristics of transverse and compressional waves with this hands-on manipulative. The 8 petal foldables help students keep the characteristics straight.
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This is my version of the paper helicopters you can find in paper airplane books. I love making these sorts of things. My question was, how can I turn this into an inquiry based activity? Students make five sizes of paper helicopters, collect the
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Chemistry and physical science students often struggle with all the new terminology that accompanies lessons on physical and chemical changes and properties. This quick partnered activity can be used as a pre-assessment, an inclass activity, or as
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When my students struggled with accuracy and precision and just plain fought me about writing values with units and significant digits, I knew I had to do something. This activity works! When students are done, they understand why we write values
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You’ll be surprised how interested your students are in molarity when you teach a lesson on the chemistry of sports drinks like Gatorade. The presentation takes about 20 minutes and the worksheet 30-40 minutes. This bundled product is ready to go
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This is a culminating project on universal gravitation. We are often short on time for this topic and this menu activity allows students to learn on their own, but it is quick to grade for teachers. Students select one activity from each row.
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Stoichiometry is difficult for most chemistry students. They get tangled up in the calculations and get so stuck in the “I don’t get it” mode that you can’t break them loose to show them that they can. This set of stoichiometry maps will guide
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Stained Glass Candy Lab This fun lab activity is great for chemistry students at many levels. The "recipe" is written in chemistry speak and students have to convert it into measures they can actually make in the lab. Students calculate mass,
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Who doesn't need a chemistry activity that makes students laugh? This fresh take on an alien periodic table is fun and funny. Students work to untangle 30 elements to form a partial periodic table based on elemental characteristics. Time: This
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This is an activity that has been around a while, but without a lab write up, it isn't much help. I've written an introduction to microwaves and how they work along with data collection, a percent error calculation and a conclusion. Students will
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This activity is designed for pre-AP or Honors level physics at the beginning of the unit on momentum and impulse. Students measure the average speed of a golf ball rolling down a gentle incline and across a table and calculate the momentum. They
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This short lab (35-45 min) has students collect data on a golf ball rolling across a surface and then data on it hitting a variety of rolling masses. They determine the average velocity of a golf ball down a gentle ramp and then determine the
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My students were really struggling with the basic momentum and impulse formulas so I created this sort. Students work in pairs to match 25 situtations to 5 formulas, then solve 5 of them as a quiz. A key for both activities is included. The
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Series and parallel circuits the easy way, and bundled to boot! We want our students to build circuits to understand Ohm's law, potential difference, current, and resistance, but most of the lab time is spent fighting with the equipment. Loose
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have 29 years of experience as a physics and chemistry teacher. I was an co-author on the Teacher's Edition of a Glencoe Merrill high school physics text and have written ancillary materials for Glencoe and Holt in the areas of chemistry, physics, physical science, and environmental science. I am constantly developing new materials for my students. I love to create an innovative lab or challenge that gets them thinking! It makes me happy when my students think something is easy because of how I've presented it. It's important to me that the products I sell are ready to go out of the box. The teacher instructions are clear and concise, the information for making the solutions is exactly right, and I've pointed out the problems you'll have in terms of safety, student errors, and managing materials. I'm proud of what I do and happy to share it with you. I've done some great work turning party tricks into labs and creating fun activities that cost pennies per student! Check out the match head rockets, my version of the micro-mole rockets (Flinn sells a kit that I can't afford), the two stage balloon rocket, paper airplanes, etc. Whether you need something to get your students thinking or something to drive the point home, I've either got it here, or I am working on it!

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am a hands on teacher with a great sense of humor. I work to make engaging lessons that ask students to think for themselves. I love activities that have students saying, "Hey, look at this!" My favorite teaching day is when 3rd period comes screeching into class, "Do we get to ..." because the lab I did earlier in the day has students talking all over the school. I'm big on safety. I teach my students to be respectful of chemicals and equipment, but not afraid. Learning how to handle all the amazing stuff in science is one of those things that makes them successful students.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Nominated for Texas Science Teacher of the Year 2011 Alternate Teacher of the Year, Vermont, 2007 Co-Author, Physics: Principles and Problems, Glencoe 1992 Top 10 Teacher Wichita Falls, 1992 Co-Author, Online Instruction: A Moderator's Guide, 1995 Top 100 Teachers, American School Board Journal, 1990 Invited speaker, American Association of Physics Teachers, 1990s

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.S. Composite Science, 20+ hours toward master's degree in physics.

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