Welcome to the 2021-2022 School Year!
I am looking forward to being your teacher . I am excited to see you in person!
This school year, I will be teaching 1 section of Astronomy, 4 sections of Physics.
Course overview and syllabus documents will be updated shortly.
Class resources, documents and assignments will be updated regularly on Google Classroom.
The best and fastest way to contact me is through email [email protected]
While the schedule is on the Weekly Outline, assignment documents, videos, and our Daily Classes as well as Google Meet Access codes will all be found on our Google Classroom site. If any parent wants to be added to Google Classroom, please send me an email [email protected] and I will connect you right away. Thank you for your support and dedication to learning!
We can get to know each other and chat more on Monday, August 30th 2021!
So make sure you are on time.
- student weekly outline plans:
Please reference Google Classroom for class information
Please don't hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns
Please email me to set up an appointment
Here is a little bit about myself
My name is Eman Sarhan. I teach Physics and Astronomy at Amundsen High School.
I am the coordinator for our annual school STEM Fair and the Bridge Building Contest.
My alma maters are University of Jordan, DePaul University, and American College of Education where I earned multiple degrees in the field of Physics, Astronomy, a Master’s in Secondary Education, and a Master’s in Educational Leadership. I was honored for the past two years to be part of the Northwestern 2018-2019 RET program, and the 2017, 2021 UIC BEST program.
At Amundsen, I am always looking for creative methods and ways to engage my students gain real-world experience outside of the classroom ,secure internships, and earn scholarships, therefore I sponsor the Science Fair Fair club to get ready for the STEM Fair up to the State , physics students have the chance participate at the Northeastern University Creative Symposium for the past seven years Astronomy club, and the “Girls Engineering Club” who meet once a month around their lunch time to work on different engineering related activates among them preparing for the Make-a-thon Contest sponsored by our Design and Engineering classes.