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Your students will enjoy building Linear Llama, Graph Giraffe, and the Möbius Loop while learning about area and perimeter at the same time. Each carefully designed template is drawn over a centimeter square grid so that the area and perimeter can
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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ELECTRON CONFIGURATIONS 2nd edition (Atomic Model 3D) Introducing the 2nd edition of this popular lab activity. This version includes a new font, edits, DOK sliders, integrative grading rubrics, options for differentiated classrooms, and
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Here’s an ingenious and ‘seriously → fun’ way to learn about area & perimeter, (and much more). This activity booklet will provide your students with a clever progression of beautifully designed paper geometric creations that will provide hours
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More than a mnemonic, this activity helps students remember that in one gallon there are 4 quarts, 8 pints, and 16 cups. But more importantly, this little activity helps to lay the foundations of more abstract mathematical concepts like variables.
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Your students will enjoy building Slinky Snake and Biblio-Bird Bookmarks while learning about area, perimeter, and triangles at the same time. Each carefully designed template is drawn over a centimeter square grid so that the area and perimeter
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Ulam and Malu are only two of the characters you will find in my booklet on Area & Perimeter. They are among the simplest, of the creations and are meant teach the concepts of area and perimeter by filling a space with squares, (just as our
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Your students will enjoy building Heron, (aka Hero), The Egyptian Crocodile while learning about area, perimeter, and triangles at the same time. Each carefully designed template is drawn over a centimeter square grid so that the area and perimeter
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MOLECULAR GEOMETRY - ORIGAMI If you teach chemistry or physical science, you know that many students struggle with concepts like molecular shapes, bond angles, and polarity. This is largely due to the abstract nature of the topic and the need to
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Archie, short for Archimedes, is a dog whose area and perimeter can be found by counting the squares and fractions of squares in him. The same can be done with Whirlybird. I think the ‘sweet spot’ grade levels for this activity are 4-7 in terms of
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1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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Make CHALK! Here’s a simple and fun lab to do with your students that’s educationally jam-packed. Aqueous solutions of sodium carbonate, (can also use baking soda), and calcium chloride, (aka Ice Melt), and you get calcium carbonate, (basically
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SLIME! I can’t think of anything that provides more serious fun than making and playing around with slime. From elementary to college level this material can be used to teach the very basics of material science to advanced topics like polymers and
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ACCURACY & PRECISION LAB: (Significant Digits, aka: Significant Figures) There would seem to be nothing, that strikes more fear into the hearts of young science students more than the mention of significant digits, aka significant figures. I
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This Activity Booklet includes 12 color eyeNOTE templates and a corresponding printable black and white rendering of each template for use as student worksheets, assessments, or just plain fun stuff. (24 pages total). What are eyeNOTES?
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Teach the Pythagorean Theorem K-12! That's right, this famous and age-old mathematical relationship, as well as many other important math concepts, can be taught to children and adults with this simple and fun activity. Using the worksheet
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This Activity Booklet includes 9 color eyeNOTE templates and a corresponding printable black and white rendering of each template for use as student worksheets, assessments, or just plain fun stuff. Plus BONUS PICTO-notes on THE MODERN ATOMIC
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This Activity Booklet includes 7 color eyeNOTE templates and a corresponding printable black and white rendering of each template for use as student worksheets, assessments, or just plain fun stuff. (14 pages total). What are eyeNOTES? Essentially
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An Alka-Seltzer Lava Lamp Chemical vs. Physical Change, Classification of Matter, and more Hands down this is one of the best examples of a potential zip-lab I’ve been able to put together so far. It is a safe and fun activity that can be done by
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TITRATION Made Easy! No chemistry class would be complete without a titration lab. In this Zip Lab, students will enjoy determining the % acetic acid in vinegar while learning basic titration laboratory techniques.What’s a Zip-Lab? ZIP-Labs are
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CALORIMETRY LAB Determining a calorimeter constant and heat of solution are classic chemistry, physics, or physical science labs - now in Zip Lab format. What’s a Zip-Lab? ZIP-Labs are designed to be completed within a 60 minute time frame but can
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Here’s a great activity to help your students really learn about Metric Units & Metric Prefixes, by simply asking them to spend some time coloring images that represent each of the basic units and prefixes used in this system. By having your
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've been teaching science for nearly 3 decades as a public, private, and adult education teacher, (simultaneously for most of those years). I have had the pleasure and honor of teaching both local & international students from nearly every age and walk of life. Served on and lead committees locally, and at the state & national levels. Designed and continue to enjoy developing unique, and innovative science curriculum and programs.

MY TEACHING STYLE

If you observed my classroom over a period of time, I think you would see a mixture of hands-on, inquiry based activities as well as a bit of lecture-demonstration-discussion. The classroom mantra is, 'SERIOUSLY→FUN'. Which means learning can be difficult at times but still enjoyable. I believe the classroom is a place where mistakes are celebrated along with successes. Recently, I've been messing around with 'Flipping' my classes; anyone else trying this? So I have made a few tutorials which are available for free on YouTube or on my webpage → http://eyelearn.wix.com/eyelearn

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

2013 Distinguished Alumni U.N.H., 2010 N.H. Teacher of the Year, & N.E. Institute of Chemists, Teacher of the Year

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelors ~ Physics & Chemistry Minor ~ Studio Arts Masters ~ Educational Administration

Married - 3 kids and the dog. Visit my blog → http://eyelearn.wix.com/eyelearn