# Active Math

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If you want your students to be engaged and working collaboratively in a competitive activity, then this “placemat” is what you need! Students will work in groups and practice finding measures of central tendency. They will also examine the impact
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If you want your students to be engaged and working collaboratively in a competitive activity, then this “placemat” is what you need! Students will work in groups and practice computing integer expressions using all four operations. The progression
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If you want your students to be engaged and working collaboratively in a competitive activity, then this “placemat” is what you need! Students will work in groups and practice converting large and small numbers between standard and scientific
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This activity gets students thinking and moving as they solve multi-step equations containing fractions. The variable is on one side only, but one of the problems requires a combination of variable terms. This activity works for both 8th grade and
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For this activity, students will practice identifying and writing a rule for the translation shown. There are twelve problems to allow students to increase proficiency in writing the translation rules. The solutions show the rules in written
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If you want your students to be engaged and working collaboratively in a competitive activity, then this “placemat” is what you need! Students will work in groups and practice working with linear models of scatterplots. Topics
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If you want your students to be engaged and working collaboratively in a competitive activity, then this “placemat” is what you need! Students will work in groups to practice problems related to the Pythagorean Theorem. The mats start with the
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This activity is quick, engaging and gets students moving. This "hot seat" activity allows students to apply learning of circle equations to an activity. Students write equations, given the radius and center, and use given equations to identify the
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If you want your students to be engaged and working collaboratively in a competitive activity, then this “placemat” is what you need! Students will work in groups and practice computing integer expressions using all four operations. The progression
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Students move among one row as a team; for a competitive twist, you can have the teams compete for 1st, 2nd & 3rd place finishers The "Hot seat" means students work only one step at each seat; work ONE STEP and STAND. When everyone in the row
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For this activity, students will practice solving volume problems related to pyramids and cones. They are required to begin with the formula needed, show the substitution step and then calculate precisely with the correct units. It is assumed
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Groups are provided with a set of problems and a target containing answers to the problems. Each student in the group picks two problems from each section (up to 3); one section of the problems requires students to find a missing length and the
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The Group Target Activity is designed to get kids actively engaged in the math content already learned. Students work in groups, but are held individually accountable for their own problems. Here is what you need to prepare: -->Each group will
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This lesson is designed to give students an active and collaborative opportunity to review the Vector Lesson from their high school Geometry class. Vectors, in Geometry, give students an application for Right Triangle Trigonometry and a glimpse into
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Content: For this activity, students will practice using the theorems related to inscribed angles and the angles formed by tangents and chords. There are 10 problems to allow students to increase proficiency and automaticity. An answer key is
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught math at Summit Middle School in Fort Wayne, Indiana for 15 years. I teach 8th grade math, a remedial math class and Geometry for high school credit to 7th and 8th graders. I've also been the Math Department Leader for 14 years. For the past 7 years, I've partnered with our local university, Indiana University-Purdue University in Fort Wayne, to host their Math Methods pre-service teachers for "active" field experience in which they teach in pairs for a mini student teaching experience ... planning, teaching and reflecting together.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Student-Centered and Conceptual Approach to teaching math.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of the Year for Summit Middle School in Fort Wayne in 2004; Math Moves U Award, sponsored by Raytheon

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelor of Science - Mathematics Education; Master of Arts - Mathematics Teaching

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