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This is a fundamentals worksheet that focuses on solving equations for an unknown variable. The questions become increasingly difficult. This will test the algebra skills of any math or science student from grade 9-12.
Subjects:
Algebra, Physics, Algebra 2
9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
Types:
Worksheets
\$1.00
3 ratings
4.0
AFTER USING THIS, ALL OF MY STUDENTS CAN BALANCE EQUATIONS WITH 85%+ ACCURACY!!! This is an activity for students to master the skill of balancing chemical equations. It does so by not using any math skills beyond addition. Although the lesson
Subjects:
Basic Principles, Chemistry
10th, 11th, 12th
Types:
Lectures, Interactive Whiteboard
\$5.00
3 ratings
3.8
This worksheet provides questions that offer contemporary examples for unit analysis conversions. Also, there are questions for the Fundamental Units section that provide good discussion pieces for the use of SI units and the selection of
Subjects:
Physics
12th
Types:
Worksheets
\$1.00
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Quiz on Newton's First Law that goes beyond stating the law. Here the requirement is the application of the law to certain examples to show understanding.
Subjects:
Physics
12th
Types:
Examinations - Quizzes
\$1.00
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This is a worksheet that deals with a large variety of skills. I think the primary skill that can be obtained from this worksheet is an understanding of where formulas come from. The exercise on the second page to develop a formula should provide
Subjects:
Physics, Engineering
11th, 12th
Types:
Worksheets
\$1.00
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A brief one page quiz that requires students to clearly state Newton's Laws and their alias names (ie action-reaction and law of inertia).
Subjects:
Physics
12th
Types:
Examinations - Quizzes
\$1.00
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This is an application quiz which deals with more than stating the action-reaction law in words. Here students are asked to clearly illustrate an understanding of the law. Items that may be useful to students prior to this quiz are discussions of
Subjects:
Physics
12th
Types:
Examinations - Quizzes
\$1.00
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This is a very brief note taking session that I use in my first unit of grade 11 chemistry. It provides a brief summary of each of the periodic table groups listed in the file title. I use the sliding window as pacing for note taking.
Subjects:
Chemistry
10th, 11th, 12th
Types:
Lectures, Interactive Whiteboard
FREE
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This is the outline for what I have attached here in my physics files. Files that start with 2.1.2 would be related to the outcome: 2.1 UNDERSTANDING HOW TO ANALYZE KINEMATICS GRAPHS 2) I need to understand how to analyze position/displacement
Subjects:
Physics
12th
Types:
Unit Plans
FREE
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This is the outline for what I have attached here in my physics files. Files that start with 2.1.2 would be related to the outcome: 2.1 UNDERSTANDING HOW TO ANALYZE KINEMATICS GRAPHS 2) I need to understand how to analyze position/displacement
Subjects:
Physics
12th
Types:
Unit Plans, Homeschool Curricula
FREE
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Diagram and explanation of the distinction between classical and modern physics.
Subjects:
Physics
12th
Types:
Handouts
\$1.00
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This is a worksheet to help apply the knowledge gained from the 1.1.1 SMART lesson and the 1.1.1 Handout. I also included a discussion in my class on Max Planck, Albert Einstein, and Ernest Rutherford's contributions to the flip from classical to
Subjects:
Physics
12th
Types:
Worksheets
\$1.00
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This is a short assessment that can be used to assess the first indicator of outcome 1.1 (from the free course outline)
Subjects:
Physics
12th
Types:
Examinations - Quizzes
\$1.00
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This file is a note lesson that illustrates the difference between religion, philosophy and physics. It also includes an explanation of the scientific method.
Subjects:
Physics
12th
Types:
Interactive Whiteboard
\$1.50
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This is an explanation of the importance of measurement in physics. Along with this is the discussion of how all measurements are based on length, mass, electrical charge, and time. It concludes with a discussion of derived quantities.
Subjects:
Physics
12th
Types:
Lectures, Interactive Whiteboard
\$1.00
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have completed four years of full time teaching in a high school science classroom. The focus of my time has been teaching grade 11 and 12 chemistry but I have also taught several sections of physics 11/12 and history 10. Prior to teaching in high schools I was a laboratory instructor for university general chemistry and organic chemistry while I completed my masters degree in protein structural science.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I pride myself on having a classroom that is inquiry, laboratory, and hands-on focused. My students complete worksheets of course, however, most of them are self-assessed with fully annotated answer keys available in a binder at the front of the room. As such much of what I post here will be worksheets with answer keys available and labs that I have developed during my time as a teacher.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Graduate Teaching Fellowship - University of Saskatchewan 2007, 2008 || Academic Silver Prize - University of Regina 2005 || Dean Honors List - University of Regina 2003, 2004, 2005 || UofR Cougars Entrance Scholarship - Academic/Athletic

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Master of Science Degree - University of Saskatchewan 2009 || Bachelor of Education - Secondary Science and Social Science 2010 || Bachelor of Science (Honors Research) Biochemistry, University of Regina

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