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Ms Bly does Sci

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I used this as an in class, independent worksheet after we learned how to utilize the periodic table. The questions are pretty straight forward, asking students to navigate the periodic table, looking to name elements based on atomic number, atomic
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Students seem to really like this project and I've used it from 8th grade up to 10th. They learn the pros and cons of a multitude of energy resources and end up debating the future of our country. They enjoy the creativity and the ability to
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Students will use longitude and latitude data to plot points that correspond to volcanoes and earthquakes. This can be copy and pasted into a google drive format and shared with students. The only thing you'd have to do is provide a blank map with
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I created this for students to calculate the arrival times for P and S waves, calculating the time difference (which was challenging for some) and then based on these three numbers, finding the distance form the epicenter of the
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Students make a paper model of a seafloor with strips of paper acting like the moving slabs. I copied my name in Blue because I had students come to my desk to get a cut out worksheet. I also sent this to them using google drive. I found that it
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My students really struggled with graphing and had very little prior knowledge. We went over three packets in class. This is the first one. This discusses how to understand data tables, from labeling them properly to getting meaning from the data
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This is the final of 3 graphing minilessons that I did with my students. This one was only about how to interpret graphs- reading lines and such. I then gave students two data lists and asked them first to make two data tables, then to scale their
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With the push of common core, I thought it'd behoove me to try and bring literacy into my science classroom. The first thing I did was introduce how to properly read through a textbook. By teaching my students first how to do the SQ3R with a
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This is the second part of the graphing lesson we did. In this handout, we practiced scaling a graph. I actually had my students create number lines and found that they had an extremely hard time dividing hole numbers into fractions. So we had
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I was absent one day but had planned to do a lesson like this. To ensure that I'd not lose a day because I was out, I created this metric system worksheet that explained how to convert within the metric system. After explaining how to do this, I
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I use this every time I make parent contact. I've used it when confronted by my current administration in regards to any problems that might arise with a student/parent. It's come in handy- parents kind of back down when they are told that I've
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We learned about the interior of the earth and I had this great idea to create a foldable for my students- opening one flap would show them the three major sections of the interior of the earth and opening the other flap would break down each part
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This lab is all set up for whatever minerals you have in you classroom. I also had students do some independent research on specific gravity and how to find it. I set them up with some science equipment- a triple beam balance, a graduated
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I tried to go through this unit and fix any typos I might have had- if you find that you need to edit it, please send me a message on TPT and I'll send you the prezi so you can edit it. This unit took me 10 weeks to go through and included a lot of
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I taught Physical Science for two years in a private school and have recently taken a position creating a geophysics and physics curriculum for 9th grade and 12th grade (respectively) in Vermont.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Anything that will engage my students

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

SUNY Albany- Undergrad in Earth and Atmospheric Science Dowling College- Masters in Adolescent Education with a 5+6 extension