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Customizable, Easy Algebra Goals- copy and paste into any IEP system!

This powerpoint with my narration breaks down adding and subtracting integers for each type and gives simple strategies which all students can do. I have seen great success in this area using these methods. This system is very simple to understand and makes adding and subtracting negatives and posit

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This method works to help students solve percent problems no matter how they are set up. Whether you are finding a missing percent or missing number that is a percent of another number, this strategy works in all cases. Great introduction into pre-algebra and algebra too.
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This is the first video in a series I created for teachers called “How I Flipped My Algebra Class (And You Can, Too!)”.
In this first video, I discuss:
-Why I flipped my class
-Common concerns I addressed with administrators and parents
-Benefits from flipping
To complement this video series,

This is the third video in a series I created for teachers called “How I Flipped My Algebra Class (And You Can, Too!)”.
In this third video, I discuss:
-Tips on ways to make lesson videos student-friendly
-Time-saving techniques to keep videos short
-Clips from some of my lesson videos
-Suggestions

Please, please, please say -9.
You’re holding your breath in nervous anticipation. Algebra is not Eric’s forte, but he’s been making steady progress, and you’re hoping against hope that he’s finally figuring out how to multiply integers.
This was a fairly easy problem, one you think Eric probably

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This product is a template. First, model how to use the template using a real world example from your life. In order to build relationships with students and make progress towards goals, use appropriate context vocabulary to elicit classroom communication.
To implement, watch the "Teaching Multipli

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This is a pacing guide in a Word document (editable) for Algebra I. It follows the Pearson Envision textbook and includes chapter and section titles as well as Missouri Learning Standards and lesson objectives. Book resources were used to compose this, so you are paying me for my time in organizing

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Full title: Would you teach writing without word processing? So why are you teaching math without calculators? This 34-slide PowerPoint presentation can be used to convince administrators, fellow teachers and parents that using calculators such as the TI-Nspire will greatly benefit students understa

This unit is designed for math department chairs, specialists, coaches, administrators, lead teachers, and classroom teachers. It contains EVERYTHING you need to cover Virginia SOL A.8 (Direct Variation) properly.
Please enjoy. If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contac

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A Routine with Tips and Tricks to succeed in teaching middle school math.

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Checklist for Rational Numbers Unit review

I took the Missouri Learning Standards Algebra I document that was adopted April 19, 2016 from the DESE website (pdf form and all of 6-12 math together) and typed it into a table in a word document so that I can use it easily for lesson planning and to cut and paste into other documents. Save yours

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We all "know" that the product of two negative numbers is positive. But WHY is it true? In this short note, the first in the new I Need to Know...Now! series from Just-In-Time Math, you will learn how easy it is, and that using basic axioms is not scary.

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This is the second video in a series I created for teachers called “How I Flipped My Algebra Class (And You Can, Too!)”.
In this second video, I discuss:
-The recording software I use to create Algebra lesson videos for my students
-The ad-free platform I use to host my videos that is free for me a

This is the fourth and final video in a series I created for teachers called “How I Flipped My Algebra Class (And You Can, Too!)”.
In this last video, I discuss:
-A typical day in my Algebra class
-A variety of activities I use in my class
-How to use students’ notes in class
-Pointers on how to ho

The purpose of this book is to build middle school students’ mathematical proficiencies using activities, problems, and strategies that increase the rigor in your classroom while also giving students chances to explore the mathematics they are learning in engaging ways. While increasing rigor, thes

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Topics include
ALGEBRA
Adding and Subtracting Matrices
Adding and Subtracting Polynomials
Solving System of Equations
Solving One-Step Equations
Solving Multi-Step Equations
Evaluating Functions
Comparing Factored Expression
Box-and-Whiskers
Slope Intercept
Storing Values
GEOMETRY
Distance
Midpoin

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SEI Capstone project for 9th Grade Algebra 1 inclusion team teaching.

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Goes with the SEI Capstone Lesson Plan

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This is a presentation handout on a possible scope and sequence for 3rd grade common core OA standards. It includes connections and ideas to past and future standards.

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