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This is a chart for students to complete which practices with exact values of degrees and radians, standard position, reference angle, and exact ...

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This is a complete unit on exponents, with all definitions and rules. It is done in outline structure, but has explanations, examples, and proble...

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Written in outline structure for ease in reading, this explains the rules, giving examples and practice problems. It also goes through a discussi...

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This is a set of 8 problems which require using inequalities. Students like to use equations and then assume their answer is correct. These probl...

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Shows how to read the slope and intercept from a variety of linear equations. (Shows some that students typically misread.) Can also be a handout...

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This is a complete explanation of function notation, how it is used (with lots of examples), and why. I wrote this when several students were hav...

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This product is a result of explaining to a confused daughter how to graph trig functions without looking at formulas, other words, just making s...

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A series of word problems which require students to find answers and interpret various topics (break-even, average cost, equation of a parabola, ...

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A set of problems to review the basic concepts of exponential and logarithmic equations. Solutions are provided, so no space is given for work. G...

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There are 5 applications in business, engineering, and health where formulas or expressions involve radicals or rational exponents. Students are ...

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Three word problems involving exponential functions, with various questions requiring students to relate features of the function to words of an ...

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In table format, this lists 8 variations on given information in a problem, possible questions that could be asked, procedures used to solve, and...

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Using 3 different situations, there are questions that require finding and interpreting answers (an area in which students have difficulty) in wo...

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Has students discover the defintions of exponents through carefully asked questions and pattern observations. Can be group work or individual ass...

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This is a worksheet which, through a series of careful questions and answers, has students learn about the graph of the exponential function - it...

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This is a unit of 4-5 pages (Greatest Common Factor, Difference of Two Squares, Completing the Square, and Factoring Trinomials combined together...

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This full 3-page document, in outline form, discusses the definition in detail, the properties of logarithms, and emphasizes solving exponential/...

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Because students often think the math in word problems is different just because the situation is different, I wrote these 4 problems (coins, mi...

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In table form, there are 4 functions with graphs for students to practice graphing techniques (reflecting, stretching, translating). The general ...

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Discusses synthetic division, DesCartes' Rule of Signs, and the Rational Zero Theorem. Uses graphing calculator some. Not as "intense" as "The Po...

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

5 years of teaching math in high school, and then 20 years of teaching math in college (College Algebra, Trigonometry, PreCalculus, and Business Calculus, as well as some high school review)

MY TEACHING STYLE

My teaching style reflects my philosopy that students should understand what they do and not just do it mechanically or without thought. As much as possible, they should see a use for what they are learning. This has been the motivation behind a lot of the work I have created through the years

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Shining moments are the times that students have stopped me in a parking lot or shopping center several years later to tell me I was responsible for them graduating from college with their chosen degree (when I only had them in one math class). Or the surprised open-mouth look on the face of a student who suddenly figures out just what to do after thinking for a considerable time.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.A. in Math, B.S. in Education, and M.A. in Teaching Mathematics

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GRADES

9^{th}, 10^{th}, 11^{th}, 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education, Homeschool

SUBJECTS

Math, Algebra, Calculus, PreCalculus, Trigonometry, Mathematics, Algebra 2