Certified Nursing Assistant -- Mrs. Horner
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Your Popcorn lab will be due on Friday, October 3rd! Make sure it makes it to the turn-in notebook before that day.
Agenda for 9/30/14
In this class period we'll pop popcorn to learn a bit more about the scientific process and collecting data.
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|Assignment||Description||Document Download||Associated Resources|
|Course Syllabus||This document contains all the class policies and rules that will make our year fun and educational||Syllabus|
|Mr. Syracuse's Lab Coat Recommendations||This document will make sure you select a stylish and functional lab coat to enhance your laboratory experience.||Lab Coat Recommendations|
|Worst-Case Laboratory Scenarios||This worksheet will help you prepare for various problems that you might encounter in the laboratory||Worst-Case Lab Scenarios|
|The Scientific Method||This lab will help you hone your skills in using the scientific method to solve a problem||The Scientific Method|
|The Decomposition of Hydrogen Peroxide||In this lab, you'll discover the various things that can cause hydrogen peroxide to decompose into water and oxygen.||The Decomposition of Hydrogen Peroxide|
|George Washington's Rules of Civility||George Washington, appearently with nothing better to do when he was a boy, wrote a list of rules of how not to be a jerk. Please familiarize yourself with them.||Rules of Civility|
|Laboratory Safety Guidelines||This document must be read, understood, signed and witnessed. It contains all the policies necessary to keep you safe and ensure a positive lab experience.||Lab Safety Guidelines|