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Ahern, Heidi
Heidi Ahern
Background

 Hi, my name is Heidi Ahern.  I am originally from Rochester, NY.   I have been living in Bardstown for the past 14 years and working in the Bardstown City School District for the past 13 years.  I have a BS degree in physics with a math minor from Brigham Young University and an MA degree from Spalding University.  I am married with 2 daughters currently pursuing their PhD's at Stony Brook University in Planetary Science and at the University of Kentucky in Integrated Biomedical Sciences.  I teach Algebra 2 and AP Physics.  Please feel free to contact me anytime by phone, email, or a visit.  Parents and students are always welcome!

 
 
 
 
Phone:  502-331-8016
Room:  A-6 
 
 
 
 
 
 
My 2017-2018 Schedule:
1st-Basic Algebra 2
2nd-PreAP Algebra 2
3rd-Planning
4th-AP Physics
5th-Algebra 2 Remediation
6th-Basic Algebra 2
7th-PreAP Algebra 2 
 
Course Descriptions and Syllabi

Algebra 2 (Basic and Pre-AP): 

Algebra II will explore and interpret real-world problems as well as patterns and their representations (expressions, equations, graphs).  It will also explain mathematical relationships verbally and symbolically and use technology, such as graphing calculators that will help analyze data and recognize patterns more easily.  Algebra II will build a mathematical foundation that will make connections among mathematical concepts, across disciplines, and in everyday experiences. The course will help prepare you for your future mathematics courses and your future careers.  At the end of the course, students will take the state EOC exam. 

 
AP Physics 

The AP Physics 1 Course has been designed by the College Board as a course equivalent to the algebra-trigonometry based college-level physics course. At the end of the course, students will take the AP Physics 1 Exam, which will test their knowledge of both the concepts taught in the classroom and their application of laboratory experiences. The AP Physics 1 course requires lab work which is integral to the understanding of the concepts in this course. This course makes use of guided inquiry and student-centered learning to promote the growth of critical thinking skills. AP Physics 1 prepares students for further study in science, medicine, and engineering. Students will gain an understanding of fundamental physics principles and then apply them to problem solving and laboratory investigations.

 
 
 
 
Click on the links below to see the syllabus for each class: 
 
 
Basic Algebra 2
 
 
 
Pre-AP Algebra 2 
  
 

AP Physics


 
 
 
Click on the links below for some helpful websites for each class: 
 
ACT Prep
 
AP Physics 1 Course Home Page
 
 
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