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Quadratics Review Packet Designed for practice in class and/or as homework, this worksheet packet addresses quadratics thoroughly: includes factoring, solving, graphing, and applications for quadratics in standard, vertex, and intercept forms. Easy
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No one likes over-testing, so this Algebra Readiness/Pre-Test is a quick diagnostic tool for pre-algebra skills. The format is Word 2007/2010, using the equation tool for easy editing of headers, instructions, and the mathematical expressions. A PDF
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Graphing Linear Equations Quiz Designed as a formative assessment, this quiz covers graphing skills using the three main forms of linear equations: slope-intercept, point-slope, and standard. The length of the quiz is 1 page, with room to show
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Parts of the Circle Complete Lesson In high school geometry we start to get to the minute details of circle concepts, and to do so we need the proper vocabulary to discuss parts of the circle. This lesson includes notes, worksheet, interactive
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Polynomials are a large area of study in Algebra, and getting started with good vocab can make a huge difference in the learning process. The vocab includes classifications by degree (constant, linear, quadratic, etc) and terms (monomial, binomial,
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Intro to Polynomials and Factoring Unit Packet This packet includes 22 pages of notes and worksheets on the basics of polynomials and factoring. Easily print front-back for simple, notes-on-the-front-worksheet-on-the-back handouts for your
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Versatile, printable, and editable resource for providing graph paper to students. Format is Word 2007/2010 for easy editing and customizing. Graphics stay crisp even after multiple photocopy/rescan operations. Each graph is a separate image in
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Intro to Polynomials and Factoring Unit Packet (Editable) This packet includes 22 pages of notes and worksheets on the basics of polynomials and factoring. Easily print front-back for simple, notes-on-the-front-worksheet-on-the-back handouts for
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've had a variety of experiences as a teacher: private tutor, camp counselor, secondary teacher (substitute, summer school, and full-time high school), private higher education, and more. I also love developing curriculum materials for both math and web development.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Every student is unique, but most want connections to the real world and consistent expectations. My dual background in both math and computer science have opened my own learning to many interdisciplinary topics and resources, which I find very exciting. My teaching resources tend to be project-based or unit-based, in order to give a big-picture approach to learning. I love collecting resources and sharing my enthusiasm for my subjects!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I am a National Merit Scholar, inducted to the honor societies Phi Beta Kappa (liberal arts), Pi Mu Epsilon (mathematics), and Upsilon Pi Epsilon (computer science). For 2 years I chaired the USD chapter of The Association for Computing Machinery.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Graduated from The University of South Dakota in December 2010 with a B.S. in Computer Science and a B.S.Ed. in Secondary Mathematics.

I work part-time from home as a web developer and private educator. When I'm not immersed in math and web development, I like spending time outdoors and in my kitchen. I also like to be involved in my community, spending plenty of time at the public library and local humane society, while following the school boards of my metro area. My first baby arrived in January 2016, and it's a whole new world of learning and growing!