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In this activity, students will practice completing two column proofs in 3 sections. The first section give students the statements. Students will drag and drop the reasons in to the table. In the next section, students are given the statements but
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In this activity, students will complete two-column proofs involving properties of special quadrilaterals. Proofs include: Parallelogram, Square, Rectangles, Kite, & Rhombus. SIX proofs in all; some require completing the reasons, some require
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This fun, interactive proof activity will help your students progress from an easy proof with statements, to drag and drop both statements and reasons to complete proofs, to finally be able to complete a proof with NO statements or reasons
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In this activity, students will be introduced to two column proofs. They will practice completing two column proofs using algebraic properties. The proofs are at an easy level with the statements completed and students have to drag and drop the
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In this activity, students will sort quadrilaterals into the category of the most specific name: quadrilateral, parallelogram, trapezoid, square, rectangle, or rhombus. Great for a quick check after lesson! Why you should use Google Interactives:
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In this activity, students practice solving for x and finding missing angle measures using the Triangle Angle Sum Theorem and Triangle Exterior Angle Theorem. BONUS: Cut and Paste version in pdf file also included!!! Why you should use Google
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In this activity, students will simplify rational expressions, multiply, and divide rational expressions. Students will be able to click and drag factors from a "factor bank" to create the solutions. Why you should use Google Interactives: -Keeps
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Students will complete two different slides. First, students will sort given side lengths as Pythagorean triple or not. Then, they will sort given side lengths as right, acute, or obtuse. Why you should use Google Interactives: -Keeps students
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In this activity, students work with a partner to solve angle addition postulate and angle bisectors to complete the scavenger hunt.
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Students will start at the beginning of the maze, solving for x, and moving through the maze to the finish box.
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In this activity, students will be able to identify different types of angles by clicking and dragging as directed. Students will be asked to identify pairs of angles whose sum is 90 and 180 degrees, leading into discussions on complementary and
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In this activity, students will match each graph to the x-intercepts, standard form, and intercept form of the quadratic function. Why you should use Google Interactives: -Keeps students engaged. -Uses technology instead of worksheets -Provides a
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Goes with Bluman Statistics book end of section 3-1.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching high school math since 2006. I have been working in one to one device districts since 2010. I have enjoyed helping students accelerate in math while using technology. In 2014, I was a middle school math coach in Virginia before moving to South Carolina. In SC, I have continued working for one to one district. I am on my high school's blended learning team and won the district's Tech Innovator of the Month award for high school in September 2017.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Blended Classroom using flipped learning and cooperative learning.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

New Teacher of the Year 2006-07 HCS Tech Innovator of the Month 09/2017

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

2004 BS in Applied Math from Indiana Univ. of Pennsylvania 2010 M.Ed. in Secondary Math Curriculum and Instruction from University of Phoenix Additional teaching courses at University of Richmond for teacher licensure.