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There are a total 13 different relays, including solving by substitution, elimination, graphing, systems of inequalities, and linear programming....
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This is a great graphic organizer with all different types of problems that deal with the distributive property. It can be used as a review or a...
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I have created 8 sets of 10 different problems to help student practice the Distributive Property. After teaching this concept and some practice...
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This is a great way for students to practice using the Distributive Property and simplifying. Students work out a problem (the start problem) fi...
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This is a great activity I usually use the 2nd day of my Geometry classes. The first day they learned about points, lines, and planes, and were ...
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This is a great activity to do once you have taught how to find the domain, range, and determining functions. I used it as a warm-up after the l...
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These are relays that allow students to practice the complicated process of completing the square. It is an excellent activity that allos studen...
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This dominos set has 13 different problems, each dealing with using the distance formula. It contains basic numbers, fractions, decimals, z coor...
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This worksheet has 4 different sections. Section 1 has the students practicing identifying the slope & y-intercept of linear functions. Section...
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This is Bingo game is a great way to review or practice the important skill of simplifying expressions. To start the game, have each student cre...
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I used this Bingo game with my Pre-Calculus class. It was used as a review after spending time reviewing all of our factoring. It could be used...
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This worksheet contains 10 tables that will have the students converting decimals to fractions or percents, fractions to decimals or percents, an...
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This bingo game has a variety of problems dealing with solving equations. You can give the students the basic "naked" problem, or translate into...
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These are three different relays that student do to practice slope-intercept form. They are given an equation, and each step has a student do so...
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This graphic organizer has 4 different linear equations and students have to write them in slope-intercept form and standard form. It is a great...
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This worksheet has 18 problems that have the students calculate the percent of something. Then on the back page it has 6 application problems wh...
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This is a great way for your students to practice the midpoint point formula. There are basic midpoint point problems, 3-D midpoint problems, an...
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This graphic organizer is great to use as a review of the more difficult 2-step equations. These are the problems that I usually find students s...
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This activity has 6 problems of shapes on coordinate planes. You can copy the worksheet onto cards and cut them up so students have the opportun...
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This is a great Bingo game that can be used for reviewing simplifying complex numbers and solving quadratic equations (that are complex). Studen...
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have over 13 years experience teaching high school math. I started my career teaching in Quincy, Florida for 2 years. After that I moved to Charlotte, North Carolina for 3 years. I tried it back home where I grew up in Juneau, Alaska for 2 years. After leaving Alaska, I moved back to Winston-Salem, North Carolina, where I taught for 4 years and I was the department chair for the last 3 years. I taught in Clarksville, TN for 2 years and was a Level 5 teacher my final year there. I recently graduated with my Masters in Mathematics Education, K - 8, and I currently teach at Juneau Douglas High School.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Each school that I have taught in has been considered a "low performing" school and I have always worked with students that come in lacking prior knowledge and the motivation to be successful. I create and use a lot of activities and games that help keep my students engaged. A co-worker of mine calls me, "The Game Queen."

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I was a Level 5 teacher for the 2011-2012 in Tennessee, with some of the highest scores in Algebra 2 for the school district (which included my inclusion class)

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated from Juneau-Douglas High School in 1994. I attended Florida State University and earned my Bachelors degree in December 1998 for Curriculum and Instruction: Mathematics Education (6-12). Masters, Mathematics Education K-8, University of Alaska Southeast.