# Anna Colley

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Seamlessly integrate math and science in this lesson. Put your students' knowledge of coordinate systems and ordered pairs to work to graph the relative locations and shapes of some of the major North Polar Constellations. Location of Polaris (the
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Give your students hands-on practice in classifying triangles with this cut and glue geometry activity. Students cut out a variety of triangles and glue them into a graphic organizer, classifying each triangle for both sides and angles. A key is
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Get out the scissors and glue! Students cut out cards showing pictures of various objects. They then decide the appropriate unit to use when measuring the weight or mass of the object and sort the cards into a chart. Separate charts are included for
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Wait! This activity is also available in a pack of 5 fall and winter ordered pairs practice activities! It's like getting one activity free! Click here for the pack of 5 activities. Celebrate the season with this fun winter practice activity!
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Make critical thinking fun with this pack of 5 logic puzzles. Puzzles progress from easy to challenging to help you scaffold for your students or differentiate for diverse skill levels. Great for gifted education classes, enrichment, morning work,
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Please note: This activity is also included in the MLK Day Packet resource. Your students will enjoy celebrating MLK Day and Black History Month with this fun graphing activity! Your students will put their knowledge of coordinate systems,
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Wait! This product is also included as part of the MLK Day Packet, which contains 8 activities themed around Martin Luther King, Jr. Get a better value by buying them together! This cause and effect matching activity can be used in literacy
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Erin Go Bragh and Happy St. Patrick's Day! Capture your students' enthusiasm for the holiday and use it to get them engaged in math learning. Your students will put their knowledge of coordinate systems, coordinate graphing, and ordered pairs to
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Celebrate Valentine's Day with this fun practice activity! Your students will put their knowledge of coordinate systems, coordinate graphing, and ordered pairs to work creating a mystery picture with a seasonal theme for Valentine's Day. Students
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This fun practice activity will allow students to put their knowledge of coordinate systems, coordinate graphing, and ordered pairs to work creating a mystery picture. Students plot points from a list of ordered pairs and then connect the dots to
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Show your appreciation for your school nurse (if you're still lucky enough to have one!) by having your students personalize these adorable themed cards for School Nurse Day (celebrated each year on the Wednesday that falls between May 6 and May
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This package contains 7 tools to help you teach simple machines to your students. The following are included in this pack: Bill Nye The Science Guy: Friction video questions Simple machines crossword puzzle with picture clues (also available
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It's that time of year again--the holidays!--and I have created a pack containing some of my most popular coordinate graphing practice activities for the fall and winter seasons. Your students will have a great time plotting mystery ordered pairs
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Happy St. Pat's Day! Capture your students' enthusiasm for the holiday and use it to get them engaged in math learning. Your students will put their knowledge of coordinate systems, coordinate graphing, and ordered pairs to work creating a mystery
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Celebrate freedom for all with this 18-page packet containing 8 skills-based MLK Day activities for your students: cause and effect word search following directions making words multiplication practice (3 digit by 1 digit) fact and
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Your students will put their knowledge of coordinate systems, coordinate graphing, and ordered pairs to work creating a mystery picture. Students plot points from a list of ordered pairs and then connect the dots to form a figure, which turns out to
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The Schoolhouse Rock series of videos are packed with learning potential, but sometimes our students aren't engaged enough with the videos to learn all of the content. I have seen my students' engagement and learning with the Grammar Rock videos
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This is a one-page test or quiz to assess knowledge of adjectives including general adjectives, articles, and comparative/superlative adjectives. Students are asked to circle adjectives and articles in given sentences, and to complete
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Your students are probably making fortune tellers, A.K.A. cootie catchers, anyway. Why not apply it to learning? This product includes 3 fortune teller patterns: a complete fortune teller with simple machines questions and answers, a blank fortune
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Happy Mother's Day! You don't have to choose between making something for Mother's Day and practicing skills! Your students will put their knowledge of coordinate systems, ordered pairs, and cartesian graphing to work creating a picture honoring
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been a public school teacher in a highly respected district in the Atlanta metro area for the past 17 years. I have taught very diverse students, usually all together in one group! After teaching fourth grade for ten years, I am now the technology coordinator for my public, special needs school, where I support staff and serve students from 6th-12th grades as well as young adults aged 18-21. You never know what changes life will bring!

MY TEACHING STYLE

My aim is to grow every student, whether a student is excelling or struggling. I strive to address many different learning styles and multiple intelligences in my lessons so that I can reach students where they are. I firmly believe that all students have strengths, and the strengths can be used to grow students in weaker areas. My work with special education has taught me the value of Universal Design for Learning, and I seek to incorporate those principles into my instruction for all learners, whether staff or student. I often try to pull in other subject areas as I address specific content. I am a big believer in vocabulary development and have incorporated some of Marzano's ideas into my instruction. I consider myself laid back and flexible, but quality instruction (and quality instructional tools) are important to me.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Presentations include: Georgia Educational Technology Conference, 2017 "Cutting Up in the Makerspace" Gwinnett Digital Learning Conference, 2012-2017 "Cutting Up in the Makerspace" "If You Have to Ask: Creating Digital Forms and Surveys" "Wonderful Web 2.0" "Become a Graphics Guru" "Intro to Assistive Technology" I have designed professional development at the local school level, cluster (area) level, and at the district level. I earned a grant to provide every teacher in my school a Livescribe smart pen.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.S.Ed., University of Georgia, Early Childhood Education, 1996 M.Ed., Walden University, Integrating Technology in the Classroom, 2004 Selected Staff Development History: Quality Plus Teaching Strategies Vocabulary Best Practices (Marzano) Literacy Best Practices (3 years) Opening Eyes to Mathematics Second Step (violence prevention / conflict resolution) Love and Logic (4 years) Continuous Improvement / Using Data (3 years) Georgia Educational Technology Conference attendee, 2011-2017 Gwinnett Digital Learning Conference attendee, 2011-2018

I am a 44 year old Christian, wife, and mom of two beautiful children. I live outside of Atlanta, Georgia in beautiful Gwinnett County. I enjoy discipling others at church, reading, movies, photography, and designing great curriculum materials for YOU!