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Students in Hahn's science classes learn about atoms, molecules, matter, and simple chemistry! 

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About Me!

Welcome to my PATS class this year! My name is Dr. Hahn or Mrs. Hahn, you can call me either one. My  husband, Mark, and I have one son, who graduated from Florida State in 2017, and is currently a 2L law student at the University of Miami. 

I am a triple alumni of Florida State University, as I graduated from there three times! I have a Bachelor of Science (BS),  a Master of Science (MS), and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D), all in Science Education, with a minor in Biology. Obviously,  I love going to school and learning. I still take classes and special workshops when I can. I was a National Writing Workshop fellow last summer at the University of West Florida, and truly enjoyed it! 

I am certified in High school Biology, Middle School Science, Elementary Science, Gifted Education (K-12), and Elementary Education. My favorite grades to teach are the elementary grades! I started out teaching Middle School science, but quit for a few years when my son was born. When I returned to teaching, I decided to teach Gifted Resource. I have been teaching elementary Gifted resource for 14 years! I was in Gifted classes starting in 5th grade through high school, myself, and my son was in Gifted classes, so I feel I have special insights and strengths working with Gifted students. 

I love spending time with my family more than anything. I also love teaching, helping with animal rescue, playing tennis, traveling, going to the beach, reading with my book club, and watching Florida State football! Go Noles! And I pull for the Miami Hurricanes, except for when they play FSU! 

I have included some photos of myself and my family, including my pets for you to see. I have my own mini animal rescue with five cats, two dogs, one turtle, and three frogs! 

My Family...All Florida State fans!
My Family...All Florida State fans!
With my favorite scientist, Albert Einstein
Well, sort of, this was taken in London at Madame Tussauds wax museum last  summer!

Obviously this isn't really Albert Einstein! This was taken at Madame Tussauds wax museum in London a few summers ago.  

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Welcome to PATS!

Welcome to the PATS (Program for Academically Talented Students) Program at Cordova Park for the 2018-2019 school year! 

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Units for Dr. Hahn for the First 9 Weeks

Science             

Mad Scientist Chemistry Unit -Students will learn about Basic Chemistry, including atoms, molecules, compounds, mixtures, states of matter, conducting simple chemistry experiments, making models, the Periodic Table, and balancing simple chemical equations. We will also look at the myth of the "Mad Scientist", with discussions on Mary Shelly's "Frankenstein" and pop culture images of the "mad scientist". We will also read about Albert Einstein, Sir Isaac Newton, and other famous scientists. 

STEM(Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics(

Engineering and Building Challenges using a variety of materials, such as toothpicks, straws, newspapers, craft sticks, LEGOS, and so on. 

Creative Writing  

and Reading

Six Traits of Writing practice

Write an "I Am" poem

Creative Writing Story: Fall Themed Short Story

Writer's Notebook: Daily entries using various writing prompts. 

Students will be encouraged to read in class, as there is a reading center. I will read several mentor texts throughout the 9 weeks to encourage students writing. 

STEAM

(Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) Centers

Various STEAM centers including: Geology: Rocks, Dinosaurs, Reading, Design and Building Center, and Games and Puzzles

 

 

Science Links!

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Eclipse Video Taken in Smyrna, Tennessee

We have a very special video taken by one of our parents. Mr. Yeager, a pilot, captured this video in Smyrna, Tennessee, one of the locations along the Path of Totality where a total eclipse was visible. In the video, taken at 1:30 in the afternoon, you can see that it looks like a night sky. Very cool! 

 

Thank you, Mr. Yeager! 

Pensacola MESS Hall

Check out all of the awesome science activities available at the Pensacola MESS Hall! 

 

http://www.pensacolamesshall.org/2017/fall-programs-and-events/

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