Mark Vodicka

Special Education  ·  Teacher

Room
101

Phone
402-436-1255

Email
mvodicka@lps.org

Mark Vodicka

Special Education  ·  Teacher

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Course Description/Materials

 

7th Grade Science

3rd Quarter- From Bacteria to Plants (Prentice Hall Textbook)
 
Living Organisms-  Students will learn about living organisms from unicellular to multicellular.  We will study the characteristics and functions of viruses, bacteria, plants and animals and how they behave in nature.
 

8th Grade Science

3rd Quarter- Motion, Forces & Energy (Prentice Hall Textbook)
 
Physical Science-  Students will learn about speed, acceleration, force, momentum, forms of energy and types of simple machines.  We will study and apply equations used to calculate these components and apply them to everyday activities.

Schedules

 
1st period-  7th Science

2nd period- 7th Science

3rd period-  8th Science

4th period-  Plan

5th period-  8th Science

6th period-  8th Science
Hello,
 
My name is Mark Vodicka and I have been a teacher for Lincoln Public Schools for the last 22 years.  I currently teach 7th and 8th grade earth, life, and physical science at the Nuernberger Education Center and I am fortunate to teach at a school, district and city that places a high value on education. 

Professional Experience

I received my bachelor's degree in 7-12th grade health and physical education in 1992 and a master's degree in K-12th grade special education in 1996 at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.  I began my teaching career at Lincoln Public Schools Behavioral Skills Program (BSP) in 1996 teaching 7th and 8th grade math and science.  In 2014 I left BSP to teach 9-12th grade science and math at Southeast High School and the following year I taught 9-12th grade science at the Yankee Hill Program.  I came to the Nuernberger Education Center in 2016 to teach 7th and 8th grade science and currently serve as a team leader for the program.