Mary Pigott

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Mary Pigott
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I'd tell you a good Chemistry joke... but all the good ones Argon.
 
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Ten basic questions converting from moles, using Avogadro's number, to and from atoms and molecules. Uses both chemical compounds/elements and everyday items to convert (to help stress the idea of the mole as a quantity). Two example problems are
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15 binary ionic compound problems. This can be used as homework, in class review, or a quiz. I personally have used it as a review in class, partners will work together then present one or two of the problems. Two of the same worksheets on one page
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A great extra credit assignment or homework assignment for a velocity and acceleration review! Single variable problems solving for time, acceleration, velocity, and distance. Also a few easy questions to help complete the square! A fun assignment
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Students visit three different websites to research the properties of ionic compounds while comparing them to properties of molecular compounds. They use a simulation to learn about conductivity, microscopic photos to learn about structure, and
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Have your students practice dimensional analysis with their own measurements! This lab requires basic equipment: Rulers/meter sticks, graduated cylinders and water, a Dixie cup, a stopwatch, and an electronic balance or triple beam balance. All
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An easy lab to practice writing chemical compound names from common household products. Collect items from your bathroom or pantry with the big long chemical names, have your students decipher them into their chemical formulas. Includes brief
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A chart about cations, anions, and charges of a few different elements. Practice finding the charges of elements. Ionic pairs to predict bonding. Simple and to the point! Used for teaching about Ions, Valence Electrons, and Ionic Bonding
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

7th Year Chemistry and Physics Teacher in a large city school district

MY TEACHING STYLE

Block schedules, technology infused, lab based, activity based, student centered.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Academic Team Coach, it's an honor!

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

University of Toledo, B.Ed. Integrated Science; Ashland University, M.Ed. Educational Technology

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After nearly seven years of teaching, I have quite the stock of worksheets and activities I have improved over the years. I have used all the products I list, and have found success with them. Please feel free to message me, request answer keys, or offer suggestions that might make an item work better for a wider audience. Thanks for browsing!

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