Rob Janssen

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This lesson is intended to be a brief introduction to the topic of vectors. Vector drawing rules, kinds of vector drawings, vector direction, and navigation method are discussed.
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This next lesson in the three lesson series on vectors introduces types of vector diagrams (one and two dimensional), the resultant vector, combining vectors (1D and 2D) and obtaining the resultant vector magnitude.
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This lesson is the final lesson in the three lesson set on vectors. In this lesson the determination of vector components and the determination of the resultant vector are examined.
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In this lesson the concept of energy and it's forms are introduced. Work is also defined and examples are given.
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Calculating work with respect to application of an applied force is discussed. The direction of the applied force is also explained in detail. Lastly, several examples are included.
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This lesson goes into detail explaining how the Work-Energy Theorem is derived. Examples involve changes in kinetic energy and the resulting work done.
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Energy is reviewed. Types of energy are introduced. Force types are discussed (conservative / internal and non-conservative / external). Conservative and non-conservative examples are explained in detail.
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In this lesson potential energy is introduced. The difference between positive and negative work is explained. Gravitational potential energy is derived. Examples involving changes in potential energy are given.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

British Columbia certified teacher since 2002. Have taught a variety of junior and senior subjects including pre-calculus math 10, pre-calculus math 11, pre-calculus math 12, chemistry 11, chemistry 12, physics 11 and physics 12.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I would have to say I don't use any one specific teaching style as each and every class presents it's own challenges. I try to be adaptive as much as possible considering the amount of information that has to be delivered in under 100 hours and in some cases less than 50 hours with courses that are often 2 or 3 way split (2 or three courses in one) due to budgetary cut-backs -- yes, you heard me correctly regarding the splits (yikes!).

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.Sc. (University of British Columbia) in geological sciences in 1995. Diploma (Kwantlen Polytechnic University) in environmental protection technology in 1999. B.Ed. (University of British Columbia) in secondary science education in 2002. British Columbia certified teacher since 2002.

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