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This question bank contains 44 problems on points, lines, angles, bisectors, and angle/segment addition. All figures are original, and about half of the questions are dynamic. The figures in narratives have dynamically generated labels for points,

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After searching high and low for a good question bank to use with Jurgensen Geometry, I decided to take create my own.
This is a 45 problem question bank that corresponds quite well for Jurgensen Geometry Chapter 2 (the last good geometry text

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I was adding some questions to a quiz from a textbook's question bank, and on one version of a quiz was -4^3 but another version had -5^4. It would be really hard to distinguish the level of understanding each student has for evaluating powers with

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This is a fairly exhaustive ExamView question bank containing every permutation of single-step equations with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division using integers. As always, my goal is that the randomized problems must be consistent

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Are you tired of two students getting wildly different expressions to evaluate on their versions of a quiz when using textbook question banks? Me too! This question bank contains 21 Order of Operations problems and 15 "Evaluate when x = . . ." types

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This is a question bank of 31 problems covering planes, parallel lines, inductive reasoning, and angles of polygons. It mirrors the content in Jurgensen Geometry, Chapter 3. The three proofs have dynamically labeled figures. Questions related to

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If you have ever become frustrated using textbook provided dynamic questions on quizzes, tests, or worksheets, then this is for you! An expression in the format, -7 + 5, will not appear on another version as -4 + 7. As you can see, those assess

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Created with ExamView 7.50.1051.
Math teachers know that 3(-2x+4) is not the same as -3(2x-4), so why do the question banks that come with textbooks generate these two very different problems on different versions of a quiz? Consistency between

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This is a simple Pre-Algebra ExamView Question Bank for evaluating simple algebraic expressions after replacing a variable with a value. There are several problems for writing simple algebraic expressions based on verbal expressions. There is also a

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This is a Pre-Algebra level question bank that corresponds with chapter 1 material from most Pre-Algebra textbooks. As in all of my question banks, the problems are all dynamically generated, assuring both variety and consistency across multiple

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This Question Bank contains simple problems for comparing negative and positive integers, specifiying the absolute value or opposite of an integers, ordering a list of integers, and evaluating simple absolute value expressions. The absolute value

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Aaargh! You used the question bank from your Pre-Algebra textbook. Problem #3 for one student is 8(-3) and for another student is -5(-4). Obviously, those are not assessing the same concept! This question bank will assure consistency and parallel

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This is a deceptively simple, two problem question bank. I was tired of the way textbook question banks created bizarre coordinate plane situations. On student might have three of five points on the x-axis and another student had four in quadrant

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This is a full collection of my ExamView Question Banks for Pre-Algebra Chapter 1. It is modeled on the sequence and structure from McDougal Littell Pre-Algebra but reflects the content of any Pre-Algebra text that I have seen. All question banks

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Immersed in progressive education with a deep understanding of how children learn. I focus on building exceptional foundation skills to allow creative application of math outside the classroom. Experienced classroom teacher in Pre-Algebra, Algebra, and Geometry.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Keep students engaged, motivated, and active. The two most important character traits to instill are confidence and perseverance.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.A. History M.S. Technology Management M.B.A.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

For twelve years I have been using ExamView and writing my own question banks. After initial struggles with horribly written dynamic questions that come with textbooks, I have developed an extensive library of dynamic questions that are highly focused on identifying discrete skills. Pre-made assessment questions that come with textbooks are poorly designed to diagnose specific strengths and weaknesses. Most generate wildly different problems with structural variations across multiple versions of a test or quiz. I strive to fix that!

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4^{th}, 5^{th}, 6^{th}, 7^{th}, 8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}, 11^{th}, 12^{th}

SUBJECTS

Math, Algebra, Arithmetic, Basic Operations, Fractions, Geometry, Graphing, Numbers, Order of Operations, Other (Math), Math Test Prep, Word Problems