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A PowerPoint presentation designed to be used in conjunction with a SmartBoard to teach physics students about magnetism and electromagnetism. I print out handouts (two to a page) and make copies for my students to use as notes. Note: New to
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For new physics teachers, or teachers from other disciplines, who are now teaching a Regents physics course. These guidelines will help you determine how to handle homework and labwork, and set grading policies for your course. This document is
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A review PowerPoint presentation on the Laws of Motion and Force. Questions from recent Regents Physical Setting/Physics exams are used to illustrate the variety of ways this content is presented on the final exam.
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A PowerPoint presentation designed to be used in conjunction with a SmartBoard to teach physics students about mechanical and electromagnetic wave characteristics and phenomena. I print out handouts (two to a page) and make copies for my students to
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A PowerPoint presentation designed to be used in conjunction with a SmartBoard to teach physics students about basic electricity, i.e. Ohm's Law, resistivity, and series and parallel circuit characteristics. I print out handouts (two to a page) and
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A PowerPoint presentation designed to be used in conjunction with a SmartBoard to teach physics students about work, power and energy. Special emphasis is placed on the work energy theorem and the Law of Conservation of Energy. I print out handouts
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A PowerPoint presentation designed to be used in conjunction with a SmartBoard to teach physics students about electrostatics and electric field theory. I print out handouts (two to a page) and make copies for my students to use as notes. Note:
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A review PowerPoint presentation on Projectile Motion. Questions from recent Regents Physical Setting/Physics exams are used to illustrate the variety of ways this content is presented on the final exam. Most effective when projected on a
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A review PowerPoint presentation on Work, Power and Energy. Questions from recent Regents Physical Setting/Physics exams are used to illustrate the variety of ways this content is presented on the final exam.
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A PowerPoint presentation designed to be used in conjunction with a SmartBoard to teach physics students about modern physics, i.e. photoelectric effect, quantum theory, electron energy level transitions and compton's scattering. I print out
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A PowerPoint presentation designed to be used in conjunction with a SmartBoard. This lesson instructs students how to determine the magnitude of resultant vectors mathematically. Emphasis is placed on resolving vectors acting at right angles to
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A powerpoint presentation designed to teach students how to interpret graphs of common physical relationships in an introductory level physics course. I recommend projecting the presentation onto a SmartBoard so notes and examples can be written
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A basic applied mathematics review for introductory level physics. I find reviewing math skills that students use repeatedly in my Regents physics course to be highly beneficial. Most importantly, I emphasize how to avoid costly mental errors,
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A one page publisher document that helps new physics students analyze graphs they produce in basic physics experiments. Students can use this document to help determine the significance of a constant and the precise mathematical relationship (PMR)
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A review PowerPoint presentation on Applications of Newton's 2nd Law, specifically Friction, Forces on an Inclined Plane, Centripetal Force and Gravitation. Questions from recent Regents Physical Setting/Physics exams are used to illustrate the
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A PowerPoint presentation designed to be used in conjunction with a SmartBoard to teach physics students about Newton's Laws of Motion and Forces. I print out handouts (two to a page) and make copies for my students to use as notes. Note: New to
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A brief PowerPoint presentation that summarizes what we have learned about gravity, and the fascinating two thousand year old story behind it.
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A PowerPoint presentation designed to be used in conjunction with a SmartBoard to teach physics students about scalar and vector quantites, and how to determine resultants graphically. I print out handouts (two to a page) and make copies for my
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A PowerPoint presentation designed to be used in conjunction with a SmartBoard to teach physics students about horizontal projectile motion and projection at an angle. I print out handouts (two to a page) and make copies for my students to use as
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A PowerPoint presentation designed to be used in conjunction with a SmartBoard to teach physics students about Newton's Universal Law of Gravitation. Designed to be used with "The Story of Gravity" presentation. I print out handouts (two to a page)
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Teacher: Ray Kaschalk, Haverling High School, Bath Meet Mr. Kaschalk (a.k.a. Gunnery Sergeant Morpheus Mentum). Mr. K teaches physics at Haverling High School in Bath, NY, and has been the host of the Regents Review Live! cable network television review show for New York State for the past four years. Mr. K is a lab developer for Cornell University's Center for Nanoscale Systems Institute for Physics Teachers and is a test item writer / field test rater for the Regents Physical Setting/Physics exam. Mr. K is also a 1st Degree blackbelt in Songham Taekwondo, who frequently incorporates martial arts techniques to help students learn physics. Since the June 2002 Regents Physical Setting/Physics exam, 50% of all Mr. K's students have received test scores higher than 85%, and 72% of all his students have scored 80% or above.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Mr. K's teaching style is a combination of Army training practices coupled with scientific inquiry. He follows the "Rule of Three" when planning lessons, i.e. students are exposed to a concept in three different ways to ensure capture. Physics labs begin with a central question which must be answered, with an empahsis on personal intellectual accountability on the part of the students in their scientific writing.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Mr. K is a frequent visitor to area schools to conduct physics/martial arts demonstrationsand is multiple honoree of Who's Who Among America's Teachers. He was recently honored with the Haverling class of 2008 yearbook dedication.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Mr. K is a graduate of Mansfield University, Mansfield, PA. He holds a B.S.E. in secondary physics education and an M.S.E. with an emphasis in computers in education. Mr. K is permanently certified to teach in New York, and is a National Board Certified Teacher® in A/YA Science, in the specialty area of Physics.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Mr. K is a fourteen-year teaching veteran, who brings a wealth of experience to the classroom. He received nuclear reactor operator and electronics technician training in the US Navy, became a commissioned officer in the US Army reserve and served as an M-1 Tank Platoon Leader. During his summers, he served as a Park Ranger in the US Army Corps of Engineers and has also worked as a lab technician in the High Power Test Lab at Cutler-Hammer in Horseheads, NY. More recently, Mr. K has participated in research experiences at Cornell University and has developed workshops which tie modern material science to Regents level modern physics curriculum.

GRADES

9th, 10th, 11th, 12th

SUBJECTS

Physics