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Are you teaching Physics? Look no further – Mrs. Brosseau’s Binder has what you need! I’ve bundled my Physics resources with a more than 20% discount. As I add more Physics resources to my store I will update this file with those resources. As
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Want your students to experience radioactive half-life and carbon dating without the risk of radioactive decay? Here is a great lesson and activity to do just that! This resource is also part of my amazing, cost saving Physics Bundle and the
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Are you teaching Nuclear Energy in Physics or Chemistry? Look no further – Mrs. Brosseau’s Binder has what you need! I’ve bundled my Nuclear Energy resources with a more than 30% discount. It’s a great deal for a whole unit of study that I
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This resource includes an 8-slide PowerPoint presentation with YouTube video links and an extremely simple 2-page note for students to copy down key points and diagrams. This resource is also part of my amazing, cost saving Physics Bundle and the
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This maze activity is a great way to reinforce and review radioactive decay. Each atom picture contains a question: here is the parent atom and the type of decay – determine the daughter atom. Students begin at the “Start” and 12 questions
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If you are teaching about radioactive decay look no further! This is a phenomenal resource for teachers teaching nuclear physics or nuclear chemistry. In this zipped folder, you’ll find a 23-slide professional PowerPoint presentation, a
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Nuclear Energy Doodle Notes. 10 pages (14 pages with alternate versions) of doodle notes covering: • Isotopes [1 page] • Radioactivity (Radioactive Decay, Nuclear Decay) covering alpha decay, beta decay and gamma decay with practice problems [2
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If you are teaching your students about Isotopes this is an excellent resource! This particular resource is designed as a precursor to nuclear physics and chemistry, but since it is EDITABLE you can make adjustments to the PowerPoint Presentation,
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Help your students master the concepts of nuclear fusion and nuclear fission with this creative doodle note review. You will receive the 2 pages of doodle notes in PDF format, as well as full solutions in color. There are 2 versions included, with
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Do you need a fun way to reinforce new Nuclear Energy vocabulary in your Physics or Chemistry class? You’ve got to check this out! Use this Domino Puzzle to help students review common terms related to Nuclear Energy. My students always ask me
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The history of the development of nuclear technologies the 1890s to today. It's a fun way to introduce nuclear energy and technologies into your Physics or Chemistry class! This resource is also part of my amazing, cost saving Physics Bundle and
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Help your students master the concepts half-life of radioactive substances with this creative doodle note review. Practice problems explore how half-life questions can be solved through a graph, a table of vales and by using the half-life
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This one-page worksheet covers previous knowledge that students should have before beginning to study nuclear physics or chemistry. The topics included are: • characteristics of the 3 subatomic particles • reading the Periodic Table of Elements •
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If you are teaching about nuclear power generation look no further! This is a phenomenal resource for teachers teaching nuclear physics or nuclear chemistry. In this zipped folder, you’ll find a 23-slide professional PowerPoint presentation with
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Help your students master the concepts of isotopes with this doodle note review that includes practice problems and a summary of the differences between elements, isotopes and ions. You will receive the 1-page doodle note in PDF format, as well as
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Review radioactive decay, alpha particles, beta particles and gamma rays with this creative doodle note set! You will receive the 4 pages of doodle notes in PDF format, as well as full solutions in color. There are 2 versions included, with more
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E=mc^2 – the most famous equation in the world! If you are teaching your senior-level students about mass-energy equivalence your search is over! This is a phenomenal resource for teachers teaching nuclear physics or nuclear chemistry. In this
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Do your students need a helpful reminder of the equations and constants related to nuclear physics? This flipbook is the solution! This flipbook contains the equations and constants in a senior unit of nuclear physics or chemistry. Topics
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Explore how nuclear energy is generated with this creative doodle note. Students will look at the components of a nuclear reactor, its safety features and the energy transformations that occur as the nuclear energy converts into electrical
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This is an assignment designed to reinforce and understanding of nuclear physics and chemistry, in particular, mass-energy equivalence: determining mass defect, binding energy and binding energy per nucleon. Students can complete the assignment by
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching high school Science, Physics and Math since 2009. I spent most of my undergraduate time working to develop math competitions as well as train students 7-University to compete in national competitions. I have also worked as a Lab Coordinator for University Calculus, a Teaching Assistant for University Math courses and a Research Assistant.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I love to have fun in class! I love teaching and reviewing through games. You'll find cooperative learning structures and academic conversations being used in my classroom. I love to share my experiences with my students - especially when it comes to Physics. I've accomplished a lot of activities on my "Physics Teacher Bucket List": skydiving, bungy jumping and even driving a tank!
Mrs. Brosseau's Physics Bucket List

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

During my undergraduate studies I was awarded a prestigious NSERC research grant and my work on queueing systems was published in the International Journal of Mathematics in Operations Research. I was the Putnam Mathematics Competition winner at the University of Windsor in my final year of undergrad.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a B.Math (Honours) degree, a Minor in Physics and a B.Ed through the Concurrent program. I graduated with Great Distinction. I have additional qualifications in Special Education, Religious Education and an Honours Specialist in Mathematics.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I married the incredibly smart, funny and handsome Mr. Brosseau in 2012 and we welcomed our two little Brosseau Sprouts to the world in August 2014 and June 2016. I love Mr. Sketch markers, colorful paper and erasable pens. When I begrudgingly retire I want to live on a blueberry farm.

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