Genius Games

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This is a **Printable File** of the actual published version of Linkage: A DNA Card Game, which is a genetics based card game about copying DNA into RNA. In Linkage, each player links RNA cards side-by-side to build their own RNA strand,
Subjects:
Biology, Chemistry, Forensics
Grades:
5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, Higher Education, Homeschool
Types:
Fun Stuff, Games, Science Centers
$3.99
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4.0
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In this game, players compete to build organelles (the building blocks of a cell) by utilizing the macro-molecules (proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, and nucleic acids) and energy (in the form of ATP) made available throughout the game. This is a
Subjects:
Biology, Chemistry, General Science
Grades:
5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool
Types:
Fun Stuff, Printables, Games
FREE
12 ratings
4.0
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This is a simple classroom activity that is intended to show students how the three major subatomic protons, neutrons and electrons are combined to form atoms. Teh activity covers the quantity of each of these sub-atomic particles required to
Subjects:
Basic Principles, Chemistry, General Science
Grades:
6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, Homeschool
Types:
Activities, Fun Stuff, Printables
FREE
7 ratings
4.0
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These new cards are and expansion to the original Atom Building Activity & Game – Basic Chemistry Printable Activity. These new cards give my students a clear goal for building an atom. They also give the student visual aids that help explain
Subjects:
Basic Principles, Chemistry, General Science
Grades:
7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, Homeschool
Types:
Activities, Printables, Science Centers
FREE
4 ratings
4.0
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught college level chemistry for years and tutored high school and middle biology and chemistry since I was in high school myself. I love teaching and watching students grasp new concepts that they previous thought were too difficult.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I mostly enjoy using the Socratic method to teach, and in the process showing students that they currently possess the skills to teach themselves. I once had a students tell me, "I was going to ask you for help but I couldn't find you. I I just asked myself the same questions that would have asked me, and led myself through the same process, and as a result, taught myself what I was going to ask you." This was one on the proudest moments of career!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

ARMY ACCOMMODATION MEDAL (from my time in the US Army) ARMY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL (from my time in the US Army) HDR STARS (from my time working as an engineer at HDR Engineering) ELIZABETH GREY DANFORTH SCHOLAR

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

MASTER DEGREE - Energy, Environmental and Chemical Engineering (EECE) from Washington University in St. Louis BACHELOR'S DEGREE - Environmental Science: Biology from Washington University in St. Louis

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am a St. Louis native and love my hometown. I grew up in Ballwin, MO and went to Marquette High School where I caused a lot of mischief. I joined the Army as a Military Police officer when I was seventeen and spent three and half years on active duty and another four and a half years in the reserves. I spent most of my time at Ft. Polk, Louisiana, Ft. Eustis, Virginia as well as Samarra and Mosul, Iraq and aided in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. While in the reserves I took classes at St. Louis Community College and was selected to give the commencement speech for the 2007 graduation ceremony. I received the Elizabeth Grey Danforth scholarship, a two year full tuition scholarship, to attend Washington University in St. Louis where I completed my undergraduate degree in Environmental Science with an emphasis in Biology. I went on at Washington University to complete my Master’s Degree in Energy, Environmental, and Chemical Engineering. Alongside graduate school, I worked as an engineer at Abengoa Bioenergy. After graduate school I started to teach General Chemistry at St. Louis Community College while I worked as a Water/Wastewater Engineer at HDR Engineering until this past fall. Now I teach and design games that teach topics in the science. And I love it!

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