I use this with my students in Algebra. I make a foldable with them and instruct them to fill in the steps, and then we do an example to illustrate the steps with them. They have their own foldable on hand with them all the time. I typed it up so that I could turn it into a poster sized sheet, la
This one-page guide shows the thinking process for solving quadratics. In a flow-chart form, it is a nice visual for use in class. I would suggest it not be used as a hand-out, though, as it is a bit overwhelming for students.
This is a graphic organizer that can be used when teaching absolute value inequalities. My students love to have information organized this way rather than having to take traditional notes in class. They are much more likely to reference a graphic organizer than pages of notes they took during a lec
This document includes guided notes and a blank template for students to factor a quadratic equation in standard form, using the Airplane Method. My students like to slide the blank template into a sheet protector and use dry-erase markers to work out each problem - they always love a reason to get