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MS. ELINE's CLASSROOM INFORMATION

Welcome to Ms. Eline's Classroom. I am a teacher of both Physics ,  Chemistry  and Environmental Science at Bordentown Regional High School, however, I love all of the sciences and mathematics. This is my fourth year of teaching high school. Previous to my career as a high school science teacher I was an Adjunct Math Professor at Brookdale Community College in Lincroft, NJ starting in the Fall of 2011. This was my first position after staying home for 10 years to raise my children. Before my children, I had careers as a research scientist in both academics(Cornell University Medical College) and industry(Merck & Co.) as well as a systems analyst for a Government BondTrading Firm on Wall Street.
I am dedicated to sharing the wonders of science (and the math required for complete understanding) with all of my students.
 
Here you will find all the lesson material, homework assignments and excellent websites for greater understanding of the subjects that I teach. For Day to Day assignments and communications go to the appropriate GOGGLE CLASSROOM.
Physics I
Physics, often considered the most fundamental science, encompasses the study of the laws of nature associated with matter and energy. The Physics I  Curriculum is aligned with Next Generation Science Standards[1] (NGSS) and New Jersey Student Learning Standards of Science (NJSLS-S)which encompass a view of science as both a body of knowledge and an evidence-based, model and theory building enterprise that continually extends, refines, and revises knowledge.
 
Physics II Honors 
Prerequisite is Physics I. A rigorous second course in  Physics that allows student to explore the major Physics topics at an advanced level. 
 
 
Some fabulous Physics learning sites for Ms. Eline's students to explore!
 
Environmental Science - the study of how the natural world works, how the environment affects us and how we affect our environment. In the year 1700 the world's human population was 600 Million now it is over 7 Billion, just imagine the environmental consequences!!!
Some Fabulous Learning Sites for Ms. Eline's students to explore.
Some fabulous Environmental learning sites for Ms. Eline's students to explore!
www.environmentalscience.org
www.open.edu/openlearn/science-mhs.../science/environmental-science