Science for the Soul

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Science for the Soul
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Plant your garden, decorate your soul, and look forward to flowers in the spring. --Anon.
 
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This activity can be used as a complete lesson for the Solar Eclipse happening August 21, 2017. Objectives: 1. Predict the type and time of the solar eclipse happening in your town on August 21, 2017. 2. Distinguish between a total eclipse, a
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Objective: Students will: 1. explain how a solar eclipse occurs. 2. predict the type and time of the solar eclipse happening in THEIR town on August 21, 2017. 3. create a souvenir to take home, and a ticket out the door for
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Are you teaching an objective that reads something like: Identify some of the main causes, effects and sources of air pollution? This activity will introduce the complex topic of air pollution in STEM, Environmental Science or Biology. Each
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Objective: Define solubility. Name and define 3 types of solutions. 1. Students create a 3D pyramid on solubility and concentrations. These include unsaturated solutions, saturated solutions, and supersaturated solutions. 2. Students fill in a
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Objective: Write the 4 Laws of Thermodynamics. Define, explain and draw an example of entropy. Activities: 1. Students create a 3D pyramid on the laws of Thermodynamics. 2. Students view an internet video to learn more about entropy. 3.
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Balance chemical equations and count atoms. Students analyze 10 equations. There are 10 additional multiple choice questions about Conservation of Mass, coefficients, subscripts, reactants and product. An extra credit example is included. Answer
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Objectives: 1. Identify the types of waves in the electromagnetic spectrum. 2. Categorize waves based on wave length, smallest to largest. Student creates a 3-D cube on the the electromagnetic spectrum. Students research the size of waves and
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Teaching how to count atoms in chemical formulas is made easier with this power point and foldable. Foldables are a great way for my students to categorize and process formulas, and I thank Dinah Zike for inventing them. However, in my large
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So much information can be found on the periodic table that students tune out, their eyes glaze over, or I take cell phones away. This worksheet helps to clarify the basics, and, once they complete it they feel good about their ability to
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Are you teaching an objective that reads something like: Explain how humans impact their environment. This activity will introduce the complex topic of the ozone layer in STEM, Environmental Science, Health or Biology. Each student receives a
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Are you teaching nutrient cycles? In this lesson, students will: 1. work in teams to create a 3D cube on a nutrient cycle. 2. work in teams to stack the nutrient cycles based on characteristics 3. complete worksheet 4. have a number of challenges
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Objective: Name and define parts of a wave. In this lesson plan each student is asked to create a 3D knowledge pyramid, and view an internet video on the doppler effect. The last part of the lesson is for student to answer four questions about
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Key topics in environmental science and health are covered in this interactive power point presentation on the ozone layer. The destruction of the ozone layer and man's use of chlorofluorocarbons (CFC's), volatile organic compounds, and fire
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Objective: Have students engaged in a fun activity prior to Christmas and school holiday. 1. Student handout. 2. Student uses periodic table to decode 5 hidden messages about the holidays. 3. IF time permits students create their own puzzle,
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Objective: Buid and Stack learning cubes to distinguish 4 chambers of the heart and trace the flow of blood through the heart. Student teams will: 1. create a 3D cube about the chambers of the heart. 2. stack cubes so that blood flow through heart
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Directions: 1. Read the current research passage entitled, "Robo-Bees Could Aid Insects with Pollination Duties". 2. Underline or highlight answers to the following: a. How does the mini-drone transport pollen? b. What agency identifies
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Is your objective something like, "the student recognizes that science is a progressive endeavor that evaluates and extends what is already accepted"? Are you a teacher who endeavors to help the school wide initiative to encourage reading? If so,
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Objective: Demonstrate basic knowledge of acids, base chemistry. 1. Student teams create 3D cubes about pH chemistry. 2. Student teams stack their cubes so characteristics of acid-base chemistry are aligned. 3. Student followup worksheet
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Objective: Identify the structure and function of the four major organic macromolecules found in living things. 1. Cooperative teams build 3D cubes on lipids, carbohydrates, proteins, and nucleic-acids. 2. Students stack cubes using macromolecule
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Ecological succession, lichens, pioneer species, and primary/secondary succession are important topics in biology. This activity is designed to have students analyze and learn factors responsible for changes in biological succession. Activity:
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Presidential Award Winner in Science, Member of Academy for National Science and Mathematics Leadership. Teacher in private and public school settings, and educational consultant.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Prefer teaching in an outdoor setting, and have taken students to Hawaii for Marine Biology and earning SCUBA certification, Bermuda to the Biological Research Station, and Cape Cod for whale studies. A cabin at the local state park, and a Magic School Bus at the local dam have provided extraordinary activities for my students. Have accompanied college students to ForFar Field Station and Florida for coral reef studies and shark biology. Cooperative group work, hands on science, and lab work augment concepts presented from lectures.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Presidential Award Winner in Science, Member of Academy for National Science and Mathematics Leadership. Energy Award, Department of Energy, Washington, D.C. Northeast Energy Award,

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.S. Marine Biology, University of New England - Magna Cum Laude M.S. Marine and Environmental Education, Eastern Connecticut University 6th year Administration and Supervision, Central Connecticut University Doctoral (ABD) Educational Leadership, University of Hartford

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