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The Pythagorean spiral project uses the Pythagorean Theorem to create a beautiful spiral if done correctly. This can be used from Pre-Algebra all the way to graduation as a good way to teach the Pythagorean Theorem as well as constructions. Have
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This is a worksheet activity that includes the following topics: Inequalities and their graphs Solving inequalities (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division) Solving multi-step inequalities Working with sets Compound inequalities Absolute
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This is an introductory lesson covering: Line symmetry rotational symmetry creating rotational symmetry translational symmetry
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I developed this Algebra 1 Common Course curriculum as an accelerated course for either review of the program or a summer school type program. It is designed into 40 'tasks' which cover all topics in Algebra 1. Each task starts with a student
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Lesson includes: Intergers-positive and negative, adding/subtracting using a Thermometer Adding/subtracting using negative numbers. Using the negative coordinate grid.
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This is a good review for solving simple one-step equations. Balancing one-step equations and inequalities and graphing inequalities in one variable.
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Lesson includes: Average (mean) range line graphs pie charts constructing pie charts
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This is a worksheet that includes topics covering: Variables and Expressions Order of Operations Real numbers and the number line Properties of Real Numbers Adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing Real Numbers The Distributive Property Intro
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This is a worksheet activity that includes the following topics: Solving one and two step equations Solving multi-step equations, variables on both sides Ratios, Rates, and Proportions SImilar figures Percents Percent change
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This questionnaire is tailored to the true story of Dr. John Nash. A Beautiful Mind is a wonderful representation of a mathematical mind and its power over the human cerebral. I have shown this movie as a fun activity and given these questions to
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Use this math apple to spice up any classroom project!
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Add a little flare to any math project with this math surfboard ruler!
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Lesson topics: Multiplying & dividing by 10, 100, and 1000 mult. by a single digit dividing by a single digit mult & div by 20, 300 ... rounding and estimating answers
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This is a basic lesson on telling time, converting time, and the counting method.
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Lesson includes: Tidying up terms Number Machine Working with expressions Solving simple equations Solving harder equations Understanding Inequalities Solving simple inequalities
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Are you just starting out teaching Algebra? Variable and expressions are the base of learning how to solve equations and the base for all of Algebra! Here are three nice practice worksheet and answer key for you and your students.
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Welcome to Noggin' Joggers, Lap 1, one of many to come. These brain teasers are for before, during, or after any classroom session. Each Lap consists of ten puzzles to stretch your brain, make you think, or just for fun. Your students will enjoy
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This is my ninth year as a high school math teacher. I taught drivers education as well as coached Track and Field. I spent two years teaching at two different accredited online high schools while teaching in the classroom. I have taught classes ranging from Intensive math, Algebra 1, Algebra 1 Honors, Algebra 2, Algebra 2 Honors, Geometry, Geometry Honors, Pre-AICE Math 2* (an international course taught from Cambridge England), and Pre-Calculus. *http://www.cie.org.uk/qualifications/academic/uppersec/aice

MY TEACHING STYLE

I have taught face-to-face with my students and virtually via the Internet for the past nine years. These experiences have taught me to differentiate my instruction to accommodate all sorts of learning styles. I have taught elite students at an international level and have helped students with special needs succeed. I am energetic in the classroom and I make learning math fun and relevant.

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I have all outstanding scores from my administrators on the new teacher evaluation system.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have my bachelors of science in Mathematic from the State University of New York at Oneonta. I have my professional teaching certificate from Indian River State college in Fort Pierce, Florida. I am currently working on Masters classes to further my career.

I began my teaching career in south Florida and after seven years in the sun it was time my wife and new baby boy moved back to upstate New York to be closer to family. I remember my first days teaching, being terrified of what the next day will bring and the lack of resources I possessed. I hope my mathematics products will be able to help new teachers and veterans alike. Any feedback you have would be appreciated. Good luck to everyone and God bless.