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Punnett square practice problems.
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Students must answer questions about the different parts of transverse and longitudinal waves. They must also label and calculate.
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A quiz on drawing a Bohr Model and what information it provides. There are multiple elements to choose from. Could be used as a worksheet or activity.
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12 questions where students calculate speed, wavelength, or frequency from given information.
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Punnett squares with spongebob characters.
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This is a lab the explores the concepts of Charles' Law and Boyle's Law. The students are able to visualize these concepts using a syringe, hot water, and some textbooks.
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Students use given chemical formulas to determine the number of each element present.
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Students test the transfer of Kinetic and Potential Energy bouncing a ball. Graphing and conclusion questions.
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This worksheet has students calculate pressure, volume, or temperature using given information and Boyle's Law or Charles' Law. There are 8 problems for each Law.
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17 questions on the front where students identify the type of reaction and 17 questions on the back where students identify the type and balance the reaction.
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Students complete calculations dealing with basic momentum equations.
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Students identify the type of lever shown.
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Students use Physical and Chemical Properties and Changes to figure out who stole candy. This can be modified to use anybody as suspects.
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This is a worksheet where students use PHET simulations to explore the Kinetic Theory of different states of matter and different elements. Students must graph and analyze results.
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Includes Station directions, a student answer sheet, and pictures. Supplies will be needed for the lab such as a rope, slinky, mirror, etc.
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This is a worksheet that goes over chemical and physical changes. It can be made into a Lab as well.
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An exit ticket template that looks like a Twitter post. Can be used for any question.
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A worksheet that has students calculate different problems using Ohm's Law.
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Students determine whether the chemical equation is balanced or not.
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Students explore the concepts of classify matter as elements, compounds, mixtures, solutions, suspensions, or colloids.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught science for 5 years at the high school level. I have taught Biology, Physical Science, and Developmental Physical Science. I am a member of my School Improvement Committee. I am a part of the MTSS/RTI team working on writing and implementing a MTSS plan for my high school and middle school.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I like to incorporate Science with real-world applications. I also like to utilize technology as teaching tools. I vary in a traditional teaching approach to Project-Based Learning and Backwards Design.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I was a Presidential Scholar at UND for undergrad. I received the Ron and Ann Anstrom scholarship for my Masters Degree.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I earned a Bachelors degree in Biology and in Secondary Education from UND. I earned a Masters Degree in Teaching and Technology from VCSU. I have also taken over 45 continuing education credits ranging from science content to working with students with disabilities.

My husband is an elementary Physical Education teacher and I learn a lot about younger students from him.