Joshua Wickline
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Joshua Wickline
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"If you want to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first create the universe. - Carl Sagan".
 
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Students use slinkys to demonstrate the properties of waves.
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This lab uses M&M candies to simulate half-life. Students will need calculators and a method of shaking the candies. I use a Dixie cup, usually. Whichever candies land "m" side down are viewed as decayed. Students take data and graph their results
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This lab uses various common chemical compounds in a Ziploc bag lab to teach about the idea of controlled experiments in chemistry. Students perform different combinations of reactions on four substances, look for common products, and use a table to
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This lab's strong point is the fact that students understand that there are physical processes that go into the manufacture of ice cream. Other good points are the reinforcement of heat flow principles. The ice cream mixture hardens because it is
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This lab explores the difference between active and passive transport using student movement and a short video clip. To remove the "Wickline" watermark, select the Watermark from the Insert menu, then select No Watermark. Science Education by
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This lab teaches the concept of conversions between units of the metric system. It uses an order of magnitude ladder. For more challenging questions, there are some inequalities that require conversions before solving at the end of the lab. My
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This paper lab take students through the dangers of lab in a fun and entertaining fashion. Students read a funny story, looking for safety hazards. Then they draw pictures and make lists before touring the lab's safety equipment areas. My labs
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This lab uses exothermic and endothermic chemical reactions to teach students about the concept of energy conversion... chemical to thermal and thermal to chemical. My labs are straightforward. Some of them are paper labs, but the ones that
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This lab uses an indicator to show how a reaction at equilibrium can be shifted left or shifted right depending on the stress added to (or removed from) it. The indicator changes the color of the reaction depending on which side of center it is on
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This lab uses the same pattern seeking practices used by epidemiologist to trace the source of a disastrous food poisoning outbreak in your school! You can replace my students' names with yours, and your students will love this lab. To remove the
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This lab uses pipettes of isopropyl alcohol, water, and a penny to demonstrate the effects of water's extensive system of hydrogen bonding on surface tension and cohesion. What students observe is that the droplets of water coming from the
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This lab reviews materials about Magnetic Fields.
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This INTENSE graphing lab reinforces the role of hormones in regulating the female reproductive system. Interpretation questions follow and are great for take-home responses. To remove the "Wickline" watermark, select the Watermark from the
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This lab puts students in the roles of abiotic and biotic resources, as well as consumers in order to examine the patterns of population increase and decline as these sets interact. To remove the "Wickline" watermark, select the Watermark from
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This lab uses basic calorimetry in the form of a styrofoam cup system to measure the transfer of heat between a piece of metal and a surrounding water bath. Students use a variation on the equation Q=mC(delta)T to calculate the specific heat
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This laboratory activity uses candy pieces of varying mass to represent isotopes of an element, candyum. The students calculate the average isotopic mass of candyum based on the average mass of a particular isotope and its percent abundance within
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This lab uses a fluorescing powder called Glo Germ and a blacklight to demonstrate the ubiquity of germs on everyday objects as well as proper handwashing techniques to minimize the spread of germs from person to person. To remove the "Wickline"
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This karyotyping simulation allows students to apply their knowledge of karyotyping and homologous chromosomes to create a karyotype and determine the sex of the individual being studied!
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A review of Kinetic Energy and Gravitational Potential Energy.
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In this lab, students use canned and fresh pineapple to demonstrate the activity of their enzymes in breaking down the gelatin proteins in Jell-O. The fresh pineapple will not allow the Jell-O to set up. To remove the "Wickline" watermark, select
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching for eight years in the New York City public school system. All of those years have been spent at a selective performing arts high school on the Upper East Side teaching chemistry and biology. My courses are aligned with the Regents standards.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I use the workshop method of teaching, which involves a mini lesson followed by a pair up activity and a summary. On a macro level, however, I designed all my lessons using the "backwards planning" approach to lesson design. I started by creating well-rounded assessments, split the question topics into manageable chunks, then created lessons (aligned with homework questions) that would hit every skill and topic on the assessment.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

For what it's worth, I have 100% pass on the physics, chemistry, and biology Regents exams for all of my teaching years in all courses.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I attended high school in rural West Virginia. I was lucky to attend a school that used a concentrations system in high school. So, naturally, I was a science major. In college, I majored in the Biological Basis of Behavior from the University of Pennsylvania. My master's degree in secondary science education was earned at the City College of New York.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I also am an avid runner and swimmer, a competitor in New York Road Runner races, and I am training for my first triathlon and marathon later this year.