Teaching Portfolio
Adrienne P. Loh
Department of Chemistry
University of Wisconsin La Crosse
Fall 2005 (draft 2)
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TeachingResponsibilities
TeachingPhilosophy
TeachingStrategiesandMethods
TeachingDevelopment&Effort

Modernizing General Chemistry for the Year 2050: Why Are General Chemistry
Instructors Hesitant to Teach Quantum Concepts?
Peter Garik*
School of Education
Boston University
http:/quantumconcepts.bu.edu
Judith Kelley
Department of Chemistry
University of

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Columbia Secondary School Summer Assignment
Regents Chemistry
Professors Soehl & Jay
Part 1: Please email your professor at either dianasoehl@columbiasecondary.org or
pravinjammula@columbiasecondary.org . Please use your columbiasecondary.org emai

Organic Chemistry II
Laboratory Manual
By
Stephen Anderson
and
Robert Shine
Edited by
Sarah Carberry and Jay Carreon
Ramapo College of New Jersey
Mahwah, New Jersey
January 2010
2010 Anderson, Shine, Carberry, and Carreon
Organic Chemistry II
Laboratory

Chemistry Chapter 5 Exam
Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
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1. The idea of arranging the elements in the periodic table according to their chemical and physi

The World of Chemistry
Episode 8 - Chemical Bonds
1. What is special about the arrangement of electrons in the noble gases?
2. What do other elements do to acquire a noble gas configuration?
3. What are the indications of chemical change when sodium and c

HS Chemistry POGIL Activity
Topic: Stoichiometry
Basic Stoichiometry
Why?
In this activity we will address the question:
How do I convert between different chemical species in a given reaction?
Model 1
2A + 3B 5C + 4D
2 mol A produces 5 mol C
3 mol B prod

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I - CM2113
INSTRUCTOR:
OFFICE:
TELEPHONE:
E-Mail:
OFFICE HOURS:
(Office hours
will be posted
on the door.)
TEXT:
FALL 2003
J. Ronald Boone
MS412
279-5710
Boonejr or Ronnie.Boone@Lipscomb.edu
M 1:00-4:00
T 1:30-3:30(office/library)
W 8:00

Chemistry 162
Room C 202
GENERAL CHEMISTRY
Spring 2009
8:00 8:50 a.m. M, W, Th, F
Karen Harding
Office: C-371
Phone: 253-964-6674
email: kharding@pierce.ctc.edu
Office Hours: Wed, Thurs, Fri: 9-10 am; Mon &Tues: 12-1 pm
Other times are available by appoin

Algebra2,Geometry,Chemistry
Tutor: Stacey VanderEide
Email: savandereide@gmail.com
Phone: 616-281-1809
Personal Information:
I have a Bachelor of Science degree from Hope College in Biology & Chemistry. Interestingly,
it was through my first job as a rese

Origins of Life from Chemical Inventory Overview
While there are many high school labs that are designed to help students understand the
process of natural selection, sexual selection and the significance of mutation on
evolution, few exist that allow stu

Grade 8 Gifted and Talented Mathematics Algebra II
Grade 8 Gifted and Talented Mathematics is a rigorous program designed for students who are
fluent with the concepts, skills, and language of linear functions. Algebra II features polynomial
and rational

Algebra 2 Honors
Summer Review Packet
There are a total of four files that constitute the summer Algebra 2 Honors assignment for
students at Beckman High School01 Algebra Overview (this file), 02 Equations and Absolute
Value, 03 Coordinate Geometry, and 0

Chemistry Honors Year End Project:
Points: 100 points in lab category
Due Dates:
1. Pick the Topic 04/04/13/07
2. Preliminary Research due by 05/11/07 (one page blurb per group detailing each
individual group members roles in the project and a summary of

A Rubric for Written Assignments in Chemistry
Name: _
Criteria
Course/Term: _
Experiment: _
4 Exemplary
2 Developing
1 Beginning or Incomplete
Abstract includes most of the
major aspects of the experiment,
but some minor details are missing;
or statement

Global Change in Atmospheric Chemistry, Composition, and Climate: Hindcasting
Trends and Variability since 1980. (IGAC Atmospheric Chemistry and Climate
Activity #1)
Overview. Understanding how the chemistry and composition of the atmosphere may
change ov

California Department of Education
CALIFORNIA STANDARDS TEST
ALGEBRA II
(Blueprint adopted by the State Board of Education 10/2002)
CALIFORNIA CONTENT STANDARDS: ALGEBRA II
# of
Items
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60
92%
This discipline complements and expands the mathematical
cont

Algebra 1 2010 - 2011
Yorktown High School
Mr. Putnam
E-mail: greer_putnam@apsva.us (preferred method of contact)
Web Page: http:/apsva.us/yhs (depts. math Greer Putnam) for first day letter, homework
assignments and grades
Voice Mail: 703-228-2800, #9941

Algebra 2
Functions - Spiral throughout the curriculum
Recognize Function vs. Non-Function
Vertical line test
Notation
Using function notation in context of problem
ex: C(t) = cost as a function of time
Evaluate
Algebraically
Graphically
Multiple Repr

Algebra II Pretest
Part 1:
Instructions:
Calculators are not allowed
Record your answers on the answer sheet provided with this test.
Working with Fractions and decimals
Evaluate.
1) 3.1 - 0.42 =
2) 4.35 x 2.3 =
3) 2/3 4/5 =
4) x 6/7 =
5) 2/5 15/2 =
6)

Algebra II - Study Guide 1st Semester
Matching
Match each vocabulary term with its definition.
a. linear system
b. system of equations
c. consistent system
d. dependent system
e. inconsistent system
f. independent system
g. system of linear inequalities
h

Algebra 2 Calculator Directions
Follow the steps below to use a graphing calculator to
graph the linear system and determine the solution.
y = 3x - 5
y = - 2 x + 10
To graph the lines:
1. Using the Y= screen, enter the two lines.
2. Check to be sure all P