# Amanda Gibson

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United States - Texas - College Station
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 "The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery." - Mark Van Doren

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Includes 2 pages of modeling multiplication number line practice. Eight problems for students to solve, and one sample problem done for them.
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This pack includes teacher instructions for three lessons: Addition with Regrouping, Subtraction with Regrouping, and Subtracting Across Zeros. All lessons are taught using drawn place value blocks to illustrate the regrouping process. Each of
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Two pages of independent practice where students will draw the next steps in the growing pattern, identify whether a pattern is growing or repeating, and solve growing number patterns. One or two repeating patterns are included to encourage
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Designed for independent practice, students will name 3D solid shapes and list their attributes such as number of faces, edges, and vertices. On the second page, students will complete a higher level problem which requires them to compare the
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Ideal for independent practice, students will read word problems and then select the best number sentence (equation) to solve the problem from a list of four choices. Problems include mixed problem solving of addition, subtraction, and
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Designed for independent practice, students are given a number in either the word form, expanded form, or standard form and asked to fill in one or two of the remaining forms. First page has numbers to the ten thousands place. Second page has
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This worksheet gives students the opportunity to practice reading and word problems that have extra information in them. Specific skills targeted are listing all the information in the problem and then identifying which information is NOT needed in
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Designed for independent practice, students are asked to solve comparing and ordering numbers in a variety of formats. Listing numbers from least to greatest, and greatest to least. Solving greater than, less than, and equal to in a series of
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Students use a number line as a tool to compare two fractions. Fractions include halves, thirds, fourths, sixths, and eighths. Comparing situations include same numerator, same denominator, and mixed numerators & denominators.
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This pack features word problem cards in all four operations. There are 24 cards for each operation, and they can be printed on paper for students to glue sort, or on card stock for use in math stations and guided practice. I have used these in my
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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\$5.00
10 ratings
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This worksheet targets the comprehension skill of word problems with missing information. Students are asked to read the word problem, focusing on what the question is asking for. Then they list what information the problem does NOT give them.
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This document provides a starting point for an individualized student goal card, broken down into periods of time during the school day. It can be updated to be specific to your student and the order of their classes. I have used this goal card
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1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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6 ratings
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This Christmas Holiday Graphing activity begins and ends with student choice!! Students start by choosing which survey they want to conduct among their classmates. Then they tally the votes, create a bar graph and a 2:1 pictograph using the
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Great resource for keeping parent information easily accessible! It is recommended that you photocopy onto card stock, cut in half (there are two cards per page), and send home with the beginning-of-year packets for the parents to fill out and
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This handy half page form will help clear up communication about unfinished classwork being completed in content mastery, resource, or other outside-the-classroom locations. Subject teacher fills out the half page, staples it to the assignment, and
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4 ratings
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This pack includes teacher instructions for two lessons: One Digit by One Digit Multiplication and Two Digit by One Digit Multiplication. All lessons are taught using drawn place value blocks to illustrate the regrouping process. Student practice
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\$3.00
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For teachers of elementary students, a conduct report form is a back to school necessity for your weekly folder. What I love about this conduct report is that the whole year fits on one front/back page! Each week has a row where the teacher can
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Using different types of word problems, students will walk around the room to each other's desks and solve the numbered problem that is found there. Once they solve that problem, they go to another desk that is open until they have completed the
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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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4 ratings
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Teacher tool for tracking behaviors. One page per student, with columns for date, incident, antecedent, and follow up. Excellent for RTI data collection and determining behavior trends when needed.
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Four Types of labels are included in this pack: Parent signature, Retest, Correct and return, and Classwork for homework. I recommend printing them onto Avery 5160 size mailing labels - I use the neon colors - and then you can cut the labels to
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Started my teaching career with private flute lessons for 7th and 8th graders when I was in high school. Two of my undergraduate years in college at Stephen F. Austin State, I taught astronomy lab several days a week and also worked as a grader in the computer science department. After I graduated with a BS in Earth and Life Science Education from Texas A&M, I worked for a non-profit camp in several roles including writing outdoor education curriculum and overseeing staff and campers. Currently working for College Station ISD: one year as a paraprofessional in a resource classroom, and five years in a third grade classroom...most of those teaching math, science and social studies.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I run a very structured classroom, but we make time to laugh together and learn from each other. I love spending time with my third graders - they are full of life and good humor!

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Clear Lake High School Stephen F. Austin State University - 3 yrs Texas A&M University - 2 yrs