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Have fun with food and teach science simultaneously! Use this hands-on lab activity to help your science students better understand the stages, the purpose, and the differences between mitosis and meiosis. There are pre-lab questions, an
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Use this resource to help your middle school math and science students learn and practice how to make line graphs as well as identify the independent and dependent variables. Move beyond bar graphs! There is a teacher key provided and eight graphs
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This section of notes provides students with a text to read about the forms of energy. Initially, the difference between potential and kinetic energy are discussed. Then the various forms are listed for each category (potential and kinetic). The
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This is appropriate assessment for 4 - 6 science class to discuss the negative impacts of human development in the environment. Students examine visual images of development and then describe any negative impacts they can imagine.
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This 30+ page document is a collection of both multiple-choice and extended written response questions that require students to demonstrate their knowledge of geography and map interpretation. Latitude/longitude , directional compasses, and
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Start the year off right by instructing and assessing your students' knowledge of the difference between independent and dependent variables. This worksheet will help you accomplish that goal in your middle or high school science class. There is a
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Use this worksheet to help your students practice making line graphs. In addition, they will have to identify both the independent and dependent variables. Hopefully, they will make the connection between the variables and their placement on the
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This is a student centered lab that requires students to survey themselves and the class on 23 different genetic traits that are readily observable. This lab is designed to foster a better understanding of dominant and recessive traits as it
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This is a printable packet of notes about solutions and mixtures. Solubility is discussed from a standpoint of heterogeneous and homogeneous mixtures. Methods of mixture separation are also covered. Saturation point and solubility curves are
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NY State Regents Living Environment Course has four required labs that are provided by the state. However, the state does not provide these labs in an accessible electronic format anywhere that I can find. Therefore, I have created a lab guide
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This product is a hands-on lab activity where students will build and test a balloon rocket to learn about speed, acceleration, momentum, friction, gravity, and air pressure. There are pre-lab and conclusion questions complete with an answer key
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This is a notes packet on Newton's 3 Laws. It contains text, diagrams, pictures, definitions, questions in the margins, conclusion questions at the end, and an enrichment section to challenge students. It is printable and classroom ready. There
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This lab guides students through 3 simple activities for a science class. Homeostasis or dynamic equilibrium as it is sometimes called is the major theme of this lab activity. There is a teacher answer key provided for the pre-lab questions and
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This project is designed to help a class build and test a hot air balloon to learn about density, buoyancy, and the effects of heat on matter. This is a complete project packet that will walk both student and teacher through how to build and test a
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Use this worksheet to coincide with the viewing of the movie The Day After Tomorrow during a unit of study on climate change. This fits well into either a Biology, Earth Science, or Chemistry Unit of study on climate change and global warming.
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Use this fun PowerPoint Jeopardy Game to review the important concepts of the forms of energy and energy transformations. This game is appropriate for intermediate level science students in grades 5 - 8. The answers are included in the PowerPoint
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Use this worksheet to teach students about energy flow in food webs. Students will use the word bank to fill in the blank food web, labeling all consumers and producers. Organisms in food web are Skunk Rabbit blossoms nuts Mice Red fox
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Use this worksheet as a resource to accompany a unit of study in science about genetics, heredity, evolution, DNA, and genetic engineering. Watch the movie Jurassic Park with your students and give them the worksheet as a guide. There are movie
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This is a 20 page document filled with multiple choice and extended response questions all about economics. These questions are appropriate for an intermediate (grades 4 - 8) classroom. Use this document to build your own graded do nows, quizzes,
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Use this 19 question test to see if your students can read and interpret graphs. Interpolation and extrapolation are skills that are necessary for student sucess in middle school and beyond. There is a student answer sheet and teacher answer key
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have 12+ years experience teaching both middle and high school students in New York State. I have also done enrichment programs with elementary school students. I am certified in science and special education grades 5-12. I am also working on my administrator certification as I have recently graduated with my Master's in School Building Leadership from Mercy College.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I like to combine the sentiments of Gardner's multiple intelligence theory with the constructivist theory of Twomey.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Member Golden Key National Honor Society Graduated top 10% of high school class Graduated top 10% of PSU

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Pennsylvania State University - 2001 B.S. in Psychology with Biological Sciences Option. Manhattanville College - 2005 - M.A.T. for Science (5 - 9) and (7 - 12). Certified Biology grades (5 - 12), Students with Disabilities (7 - 12)

Member Orange County Chapter of NY State Archaeologial Association Avid Birdwatcher