Rochelle Burson

Rochelle Burson



Chemistry
Forensics Science

Room:  221

rochelle.burson@gilbertschools.net


Welcome! 

 

Chemistry
This chemistry course is designed as a study of general inorganic concepts. This class is project-based and is therefore, mostly hands-on learning that is built on logic and reasoning. Students will use a flipped-classroom environment where most of the reading and writing are completed at home and in the classroom, we are doing and having class discussions.
Forensics
Forensics is a field of science dedicated to the methodical gathering and analysis of evidence to establish facts that can be presented in a legal proceeding. Forensic science draws upon a variety of scientific principles, including biology, physics, chemistry and earth science. The field of forensic science covers, but is not limited to: Document examination; DNA analysis; Electronic/digital media; Fingerprinting; Autopsy techniques; Forensic engineering; Linguistics; Forensic anthropology; Pathology; Economics; Biology; Entomology; Toxicology and much more.

About Me

I am originally from Ohio and by way of several other states, came to live in Arizona in 2008. I have been at Campo Verde since 2010-2011 school year. I am married and have three children and two dogs. My husband, myself and two of our children have either served or are currently serving in the Armed Forces.  

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