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Use marshmallows to simulate nuclear fusion and the building of elements in stars.
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This is a worksheet that guides students through several pages on the NASA website about climate change. Students will read about climate change and analyze data in this activity. This activity makes clear the causes of climate change and the
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If you are teaching forces to middle school or 9th graders this is a good resource. Bill Nye videos can be accessed on youtube and schooltube. Students can follow along with the video and fill out this worksheet as a class or in a flipped classroom
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This is a fairly quick laboratory activity to give students a hands-on experience with frequency and sound. Materials needed are tuning forks, rulers, and some beakers or basins of water. This activity will help students make a connection between
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Use the film, "The Day After Tomorrow" to help teach about climate change. (You will need to buy or rent this film separately). This is a worksheet that outlines several events depicted in the film and asks students to research the science behind
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Teaching climate regions or factors that affect formation of different climate? This activity divides the various climate regions among classmates so they can teach and learn from each other. There is space for students to write down who is studying
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This is a project includes a science, math, English, and social studies component. Students adopt a constellation from a provided list, research information about the stars in the constellation, graph the constellation using x,y coordinates, and
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Get students up and moving while practicing measuring and calculating average speed. Students in class can choose different motions (skipping, hopping, running, etc.) to do. Students make a hypothesis about the average speed of the motions and then
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This is a quick lab/activity to do with covalent bonding in a basic bonding unit. After students learn about covalent bonding they can figure out how to put various molecules together and identify single vs. double bonds. **Need molecular bonding
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This worksheet goes along with Carl Sagan's Lives of Stars episode from the original Cosmos series.
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This is a product descriptor for reviewing the water cycle by making a small poster. Descriptor includes all components that should be included on the poster.
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This is a T-table organizer for some of the major differences between ionic and covalent bonds. Can be used a good review or study guide. Comes with answer key.
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This is a modeling lab for students to get hands-on experience with the structure of an atom. This is great for middle schoolers, 9th graders, or upper level students who need more concrete activities. All students need are three colors of play
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This is a quick worksheet (8 questions) that give various situations and students have to try and relate the situation to Newton's laws of motion.
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Students get some hands on experience measuring mass in grams with a triple beam balance. You will need balances and small objects for students to measure.
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This is a worksheet that goes along with the film, Apollo 13, to be used by students. This has been used as part of the astronomy unit and deals with the moon, space exploration,
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This worksheet guides students through a Liverpool Museums website about what causes seasons. Students go through the simulation and answer questions. Can be used by middle school or as a 9th grade review for astronomy. Pictures are from the museum
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Quick research sheet on different types of telescopes with guided questions. Could be used for students to research all types, or break into groups for each group to research a different type to present to the class. 2 sets of questions per page
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Have some fun letting students make some rubber goo while practicing lab safety, following directions, classifying mixtures, and chemical vs. physical changes. Goo resembles the rubbery bouncy stuff you might have seen in a Robin Williams movie.
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Students will research information about elements 1-18, construct a class-sized periodic table, and examine research to start figuring out periodic table trends. Packet includes research sheets for elements 1-18, teacher instructions/notes about how
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I did a year of student teaching in biology. I have taught 9th grade Physical Science for 12 years which includes topics in Physics, Chem, Astronomy, Weather, Climate, Sound, Light, and Rocks and Minerals. I also coached various events in Science Olympiad for six years.

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Very hands on with some direct instruction.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelor of Arts in Biology, St. Anselm College. Masters of Education: Teaching and Learning- University of Southern Maine

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