Mrs Brosseau's Binder

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Here is a great way to review some of the basics about atoms: element names and symbols, atomic numbers and masses, number of protons, neutrons and electrons and the number of atoms in a molecule. And your students get to color! They’ll love
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Are you teaching the Cell Cycle and Mitosis? You have got to check this out! This gem of a resource can be used in at least 3 ways: ★ As a spinner ★ As a puzzle ★ As a note in students’ notebooks or binders This is because there are 10
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Are you teaching how to name and write the formulas for compounds? You’ve got to check this out! This is part of my Naming Compounds Bundle AND my cost-saving, amazing Chemistry Bundle! This is a review tarsia puzzle for naming compounds and
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Tired of the boring old worksheet? Check out this fun and engaging worksheet on significant figures! Your students will want to finish their work to see the hidden image. Trust me, even high school students still LOVE to color! Pair this with
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Use this Domino Puzzle to help students review the organelles of plant and animal cells, their definitions and functions. This is great review for Biology classes! I’ve included the organelles puzzle in two sizes. The one page puzzle is great
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Here is a great way to review some of the basics about ISOTOPES: isotope names and standard atomic notation, atomic numbers and masses, number of protons, neutrons and electrons. And your students get to color! They’ll love this! This is part of
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Use this Valentine’s Day themed Bingo game with your students to review numbers up to 75 or just for fun! The Bingo cards are designed in the traditional way (B: 1-15, I: 16-30, N: 31-45, G: 46-60, O: 61-75). There are 30 distinct cards for your
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Use this Domino Puzzle to help students review common terms related to Chemistry and the Periodic Table of Elements. I use this puzzle with my Grade 9 & 10 Science classes for the Chemistry unit and is great review for older grades too! I’ve
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This fun coin-counting Bingo game is designed to help your students review and improve adding money by counting coins up to $1. This game uses the penny, nickel, dime and quarter. All coins are from the high-resolution clip-art and have been
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
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Looking for fun worksheets or review pages for your Classifying Matter lessons? If so, then look no further! This resource consists of two “hidden image” coloring pages and one puzzle page. Each page is completely editable and accompanied by full
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Use this Domino Puzzle to help students review the key terms related to ecosystems. This is great review for Biology and Environmental Science classes! I’ve included the puzzle in two sizes. The two-page puzzle is great for individual students or
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This fun coin-counting Valentine's Day Bingo game is designed to help your students review and improve adding money by counting coins up to $1. This game uses the penny, nickel, dime and quarter. All coins are from the high-resolution clip-art
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Are you teaching Kinematics in your Physics classes? Check out this GREAT resource that covers the key topics of position-time graphs, velocity-time graphs, constant speed, acceleration, vectors, displacement, relative velocity and projectile
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These types of puzzles are great for : - diagnostic testing of student skills - on-going practice and review - formative testing - rewarding those students who have completed their work - extending for those students who have mastered prerequisite
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Use this Domino Puzzle to help students review common terms related to Physical and Chemical Properties. This is part of my Chemistry Bundle I’ve included two different sizes of the same puzzle. The normal size requires 2 pieces of paper per
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Whether it’s the first time your students are seeing significant figures or the fifth, these Sig Figs Doodle Notes are a quick, straight-forward and fun way to learn about an important but rather boring topic. Your students will review the rules
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This fun coin-counting Bingo game is designed to help your students review and improve adding CANADIAN coins up to $3. This game uses the penny, nickel, dime, quarter, loonie and toonie. All coins are from the high-resolution clip-art from The
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
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Do you need a fun way to reinforce new Electricity vocabulary? You’ve got to check this out! This is part of my cost-saving, amazing Physics Bundle! Use this Domino Puzzle to help students review common terms related to Electricity. My students
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Use this puzzle to help students review the different types of specialized cells (plant and animal). I typically print out the game pieces on brightly colored paper and laminate the puzzle, then cut out the 16 game pieces. Students will have
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Fun Fact: The names of 34 world countries can be written by combining element symbols found on the Periodic Table! In this fun resource, students convert between an element's name and its symbol in order to solve country themed puzzles. This
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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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