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# The Cool School Rap Comic

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 A one-stop-shop! Interactive science, math and STEM curriculum in comic form! Content, doodle comics, posters, coloring pages, activities, lesson plans and even a song! Follow me for updates and sales.

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Key Concepts- Newton's Laws, force, motion, action, reaction Discover Isaac Newton's Third Law of Motion with this colorful and engaging comic! More comics are being added all the time! Please follow me to stay updated. Check out the bundle
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Explore the three types of symbiosis with detailed examples.
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Key Concepts- conservation, energy, pendulum, physics This comic offers a quick lesson in the conservation of energy. Observe what happens when a bowling ball is suspended from a rope and released like a pendulum, and discover the conservation of
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Key Concepts: continental drift, puzzle, inquiry, activity, shapes Introduce the concepts of continental drift through this easy to follow discovery activity. All you need are scissors and newspapers. Just follow the steps modeled by the
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Key Concepts: force, motion, mass, acceleration, Newton Newton's Second Law is frequently presented as the formula F=ma. This can be confusing to students. This comic breaks down the formula and the concepts behind this law in an fully colored and
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Key Concepts- gravity, distance, mass, force, Earth Discover the force of gravity with these colorful illustrations. What happens when an apple falls from a tree? The force of gravity pulls it towards the Earth. Examine how mass and distance play
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Here is a great illustration of the difference between revolution and rotation. This comic was scanned at a higher resolution to be printed in a larger format. Simply print it out as a poster! Perfect for bulletin boards or classroom decor. More
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Key Concepts: Newton's Laws, force, motion, inertia, physical science Discover Newton's First Law of Motion with this fun illustration! Why can't George move a vase with his mind? It's Newton's Law! Check out the bundle option for savings on all
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Key Concepts: scientific method, hypothesis, questioning, analyze, conclusions, experiment, inquiry The scientific method is not just for scientist, but can be applied in many areas of life. This comic illustrates the process using real-life
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Key Concepts: convex lens, concave lens, magnifying glass, refraction, light, focal point, magnification, microscope, telescope, bifocals Do you know how a magnifying glass works? This comic will make this concept easy to understand! Learn how
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Key Concepts: fossils, extinction, mass extinction, sedimentary rock, Earth's history, evolution, dinosaurs, This bundle includes four comics (eight total including the black line copies)- 1. Fossils 2. Extinction 3. Mass Extinction 4. The Rock
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Here is a colorful illustration of erosion! Key Concepts: erosion, sediment, landforms, glacial valleys, oxbow lake, meandering river, coastal cliffs, canyons
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This is a huge bundle containing ELEVEN physical science comics! Most black-line copies of the comics are included as well (a few were lost in a hard drive crash). Balloon Powered Car Activity Force Newton's Third Law Friction Waves
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Key Concepts: Light, waves, reflection, refraction, absorption Without light, our eyes would not be able to see the world around us. This colorful comic illustrates the concept and breaks down the many different ways light moves. *This is the
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Miss B has a substitute proving to be a great example of substitution in pre-algebra. Just as the substitute teacher fills in where Miss B is missing, numbers can fill in for variables. Download includes both color and blackline copies.
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Here is an easy way to remember the formula for slope! Comparing slope to a stay at a hotel, The Cool School Rap makes the concept easy to grasp. This download includes both color and blackline copies.
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Key Concepts: stars, life cycle of stars, supergiant, space It is hard to imagine there are stars in our universe more massive than our own sun. Betelgeuse is a red giant star located in the Orion constellation. This vintage Cool School Rap
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Key Concepts: asexual reproduction, clone, genetics, cells This comic provides a brief overview of what asexual reproduction is and the benefits and drawbacks to it. It aligns with the following Common Core Content Standards: Model Curriculum
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Why is it called The Cool School Rap? Just before I began creating comics, I created the Order of Operations Rap! It's a catchy little rap breaking down all the steps to the order of operations. Lyrics are available as a supporting document. Feel
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

After nine years teaching seventh and eighth grade math and science at a school for at-risk youth, I have moved on to teach STEM. I have developed my own curriculum and studied a variety of teaching styles. I have a masters degree that focuses on teaching science using inquiry, and I have had a lot of experience with center-based learning.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am like Bill Nye the Science Guy. I am high energy and incorporate a great deal of creativity and exploration into my science classes. I use inquiry-based teaching techniques.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I recently began drawing an educational comic series called The Cool School Rap to help address the lack of literacy in my classroom. My students have an aversion to reading and steer clear of textbooks and paragraphs. The Cool School Rap guides students' learning with the use of word bubbles, illustrations, diagrams, and examples. These comics align with the Common Core standards for middle school and also incorporate inquiry activities.

I know I was born to educate through my art, and it is my goal to reach as many learners as possible. If you have any suggestions for y product or content, feel free to contact me!