# Algebra and Beyond

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These graphing calculator reference sheets, for the TI-84 graphing calculator, guide students step-by-step on how to solve, graph, or identify the following: 1 - Linear Regression 2 - Quadratic Graphs 3 - Absolute Value 4 - Quadratic Regression 5 -
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This partner activity is a spin on the game Battleship. Students take turns choosing spaces to attack by solving one-step equations involving ADDITION, SUBTRACTION, MULTIPLICATION, and DIVISION. Includes 5 sets of boards! Please see the preview to
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18 Parent Functions - Graphic Organizers: • Linear • Absolute Value • Quadratic • Greatest Integer • Cubic • Reciprocal • Square Root • Cube Root • Exponential • Logarithmic • Natural
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This resource includes FOUR different linear equation projects from basic to advanced levels of Pre-Algebra and Algebra. The real life topics: • Cell phone plans • Exchange rates • Temperature conversions • Frequent flyer miles Linear
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This graphing calculator reference sheet on linear regression, guides students step-by-step on how to create a scatter plot, graph it, find the linear equation, and graph the line of best fit. (2 versions included for different graphing
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In this lesson, students learn how to graph quadratic functions from vertex form and cover the following topics: • Identify and understand the vertex form of a quadratic • Graph quadratics from vertex form - algebraically • Graph quadratics from
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Roller Coaster Engineer: Students will create a roller coaster that demonstrates their knowledge and understanding of the following skills: • Graph a continuous function that represents a roller coaster using parent functions. (Editable for teacher
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This activity reviews characteristics of functions: domain, range, intercepts, local min, local max, intervals of increase and decrease, end behavior, parent functions, continuity, and evaluating a function from a graph. There are 12 graphs of
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This partner activity is a spin on the game Battleship. Students take turns choosing spaces to attack by finding the slope between two points. Includes 5 sets of boards! Please see the preview to view problems used in the activity. Check out more
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This partner activity is a spin on the game Battleship. Students take turns choosing spaces to attack by solving multi-step equations. Includes solutions with all real numbers and no solution. None of the answers contain fractions. Includes 5 sets
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This partner activity is a spin on the game Battleship. Students take turns choosing spaces to attack by finding the slope intercept form of a line given the slope and a point. Great practice for linear equations. Please see the preview to view
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This graphing calculator reference sheet identifies frequently used keys on the keyboard and their purpose. This resource is helpful for students that are just starting to use the graphing calculator. PLUS, a blank template is included, so you can
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This graphing calculator reference sheet on quadratic graphs, guides students step-by-step on how to find the minimum or maximum, zeros, and y-intercept of a parabola. Teaching graphing calculator skills help students with: �� Speed • Making
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Errorgram is a spin on Instagram. Student sheets include a worked out problem that contains an error and space to state the error and correct it. They add their sheet to their phone template and it can be hung up on a bulletin board for decor. This
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These handouts challenge students to apply their algebra skills in real world situations. The applications can be used as a way to measure student growth or for review. Topics included are: • Find and determine the meaning of maximum and minimum
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In this lesson, students cover the following topics: • Evaluating piecewise functions • Graph piecewise functions • Write piecewise functions *Only Linear and Absolute Value Functions are used in this lesson. Students preview the lesson by watching
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This activity reviews quadratic functions and their graphs: range, x-intercepts, minimum or maximum, parabola opening up or down, vertex, and finding the equation given a graph. There are 12 graphs of quadratic function cards. Students match the
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This partner activity is a spin on the game Battleship. Students take turns choosing spaces to attack by simplifying algebraic expressions with exponents. This includes the product rule, quotient rule, power rule, and negative exponents. None of the
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In this lesson, students cover the following topics: • Define imaginary numbers • Simplify negative square roots • Adding and subtracting imaginary numbers • Multiplying and dividing imaginary numbers (does not include binomials) • Powers of i
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Parabola Selfie: Students will analyze a parabola in the real world by demonstrating their knowledge and understanding of the following skills: • Find a parabola in the real world and identify it’s dimensions • Graph the parabola and determine the
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am the Curriculum and Learning Director at a private, American school in Costa Rica. I have taught MATH and BUSINESS (Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, PreCalculus, AP Calculus, Computer Concepts, Business Principles, and Personal Finance) for the past 9 years in Colorado and in Costa Rica. I also spent a year teaching math classes for grades 1st - 6th.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I enjoy using a variety of methods - online videos, discovery learning, structured notes, real world applications, and fun activities that reinforce learning!
My two main goals:
- to find ways to keep students engaged and interested in math and business classes by using a variety of tools and activities
- to make sure students understand the "why's" and not just the "how's" of math

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Internal Coordinator 2012 - renewal of Middle School Association Accreditation

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated from Eastern Illinois University in 2003 with a Bachelor degree in Business, specializing in Accounting. In 2008, I earned my Master degree in Secondary Education from Regis University in Denver, Colorado.

Originally from the suburbs of Chicago, I moved to Denver in 2004 where I met my husband. From there, we relocated to Costa Rica, where we had two children. We enjoy the Pura Vida life in Costa Rica and I'm fortunate to be able to continue to teach math and business! I LOVE teaching and I am excited to collaborate and share on TpT! Please feel free to email me at algebraandbeyond@gmail.com with any questions or comments!