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Cathy Karamath is a graduate from Texas Tech University where she obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development and Family Studies and a Master's degree in Elementary Education. She joined Tomball ISD in 2012 and previously worked at Creekside Forest Elementary where she served as the GT specialist. Cathy is in her 12th year in education overall, previously working as a science teacher in Houston ISD. She is a member of the Nationals Science and Teachers Association and the Texas Science Education Leadership Association. Cathy participated in the Rice model Science Lab program and the Sally K Ride science program. Cathy was a Master Teacher with Baylor College of Medicine for their summer institutes.


Lets work together and build future problem solvers by fostering student curiosity for our ever changing world!
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Science Safety Reminder

Hi Everyone

 

In light of what recently happened when a high school teacher in Duluth, Georgia conducted a demonstration that went wrong, I feel it is important to remind all science teachers of the dangers of some types of science demonstrations in the classroom.  Do Not Use Methanol-Based Flame Tests on Open Lab Desks https://www.nsta.org/safety/flametests.aspx Please refer to the NSTA position statement for more details.

 

Science department chairs and team leaders, please remind all science teachers of the importance of safety at all times in the science classroom. This includes using goggles when working with liquids, and solids such as salt water, sugar water, oils, vinegar, sand, salt, sugar, alka seltzer, rocks, etc. At this time of the year it might be a good idea to have a quick staff meeting about science safety in the classroom.

Safety and School Science Instruction - https://www.nsta.org/about/positions/safety.aspx

NSTA Minimum Safety Practices and Regulations for Demonstrations, Experiments and Workshops - http://static.nsta.org/pdfs/MinimumSafetyPracticesAndRegulations.pdf

 

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Reminder: Streamlined TEKS

The NEW streamlined TEKS are being implemented this upcoming school year 2018-19.  Our new YAGS, Scope & Sequence and Curriculum are posted in eduphoria for teachers.