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Use this lab sheet to dissect a frog in class. It is designed so the students examine and explore with the teacher as the facilitator. Also, the lab sheet can be used to follow along with the online dissection at
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GEOMETRIC OPTICS LAB - This activity was designed for students to work through on their own with the teacher as facilitator. Students will discover the concepts of the law of reflection in a plane mirror while also learning the terms: normal,
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This activity can be used as the first part to a complete heart dissection. It is used as part of the grade 10 ontario science curriculum for the system unit (circulatory system). It can be used along with the you tube video found
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This activity will lead students through a sheep eye dissection step by step. It can be supplemented with the video found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IeYlIEZcj If you use this activity... please let me know how it went. I'd love to hear
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In this lab activity, students use Rainbow cookies and take them apart. Each component is weighed and and the percent composition of the components is calculated. This is a fun introduction to the concepts of percent composition (and they can eat
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This lab allows students to explore the bones of the skeletal system using models in the classroom. We used skeletons bought at a dollar store for Halloween which were mostly anatomically correct (they didn't have the correct number of cervical
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Great for interactive notebooks! Fill in the parts and functions of the microscope then fold the page over for studying purposes. Includes all the terms we use in the classroom. Answers are provided. Petersonic Science Note: This foldable is
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Various amounts of potassium nitrate are heated to the same temperature and allowed to cool. The temperature when crystals form in each amount is recorded and a solubility curve is constructed. The curve is then used to determine the solubility of
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The wonky titles are fixed!!! . This activity includes a template for the foldable and also a student example. It shows how to made a foldable (flippable) for chemical nomenclature. The following compounds are included on each page: simple
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Use these I have...who has? cards to review the first twenty elements of the Period Table. The symbols and names for each element are matched up on the cards. Hope you have fun and I'd love to hear how your class likes this activity!
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Student use the worksheet with a plane mirror, a raybox and a single slit to discover how images are formed in a plane mirror. The worksheet is designed so students work through the concepts while the teacher acts as a facilitator. The sheets are
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This resource allows students to review the laws of reflection for curved mirrors. It is a PowerPoint file and will print off on two sheets of legal paper. Students cut around each mirror and staple at the side. Each page moves the object
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This activity uses the actual group 1 and 2 metals and shows the similarities and differences in physical properties and chemical properties. Students are required to qualitatively evaluate each reaction and compare the metals. Answer key is
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Students will heat potassium chlorate over a Bunsen burner until constant mass is achieved. The gas released will be tested with a glowing splint. Students will use the data collected to write the balanced chemical equation and determine the
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This activity uses models of dinosaurs and real chicken wings to calculate the mass of an actual dinosaur by finding the density of chicken wings! Many skills are used during this activity including using a balance, finding volume and using
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Three different Sized Anchor Chart in a Zipped File - Anchor Chart includes all the equations for Avogadro's Law, Boyle's Law, Charle's Law, Gay-Lussac's Law, Combined Gas Law, Dalton's Law and Ideal Gas Law. Large Poster is 60 cm x 102 cm (23.6
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These blank table are ready for students to fill out with electrons, protons and neutrons. Energy levels are drawn in so students can place electrons neatly in the correct place. Examples are given on each chart and extra thinking questions are
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Two very simple hands-on laboratory activities - using iron (steel wool) and copper turnings. Each substance is examined before burning and the descriptions are written into an observation table. While the substances are being burned in the
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This lab allows students to compare two reactions and classify each as a physical or chemical change. The lab worksheet is set up so students just enter their observations. This activity was used as part of the Grade 9 science curriculum during
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This foldable will six pages which is perfect for the NEW GHS/WHMIS pictograms. Students use written or online sources of WHMIS pictogram information to complete their books. Used for the introduction unit in science classes and is great for
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've been teaching since 1990. I have been so lucky to work for a great school board, at a great school and with wonderful inspiration colleagues! I love teaching (most days haha!) I can't imagine doing any other job!

MY TEACHING STYLE

Through the years, as I have gained experience, knowledge and confidence, my teaching style has evolved into more of an inquiry approach. I have turned many of the classroom activities upside down - with the students exploring and learning and myself as the facilitator I love coming up with new ways to teach and I am continually amazed at how much about teaching I actually learn from my students!

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Wish I could say I have a wall of awards... it just seems to be something we don't do in these parts!

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Honours BSc. University of Windsor B.Ed Brock University MSSE Montana State University ABQ Specialist Biology University of Ottawa ABQ Primary/Junior Queen's University

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