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Students convert degrees to radians in this matching card activity. One half of the 18 pairs of matching cards has a degree measure and the other half has the radian measure of those angles. Students work individually, in pairs or small groups to
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Looking to engage students and infuse your class with technology? Try this matching card activity. Students practice their knowledge of graphing systems of linear inequalities. Included are 18 pairs of matching cards. Half the cards have a graph
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Students practice solving system of linear inequalities in this matching activity to use in a variety of ways. Cut apart and use for a single student or pair of students. The set includes 18 pairs of linear system inequalities. In half the cards
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Students practice finding percentage change, find the answer and reveal the answer to a riddle about Halloween in this activity. There are three different worksheets, use as classwork, homework. Also makes a great sub planA great practice with a
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Students practice solving one step, two step and multistep equations, find the answer and reveal the answer to a riddle about Halloween in this activity. There are three different worksheets, use as classwork, homework. Also makes a great sub
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Looking for a fun activity that is self-checking, collaborative and gives student practice finding the percentage increase and decrease? This is a set of 15 problems that need to be cut apart, reassembled in the correct order and fastened together
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Looking for a fun activity that is self-checking, collaborative and practices finding the slope from two points? This is a set of 15 problems that need to be cut apart, reassembled in the correct order and fastened together like a chain until the
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Looking for a fun activity that is self-checking, collaborative and practices writing the explicit rule for arithmetic sequences? This is a set of 15 problems that need to be cut apart, reassembled in the correct order and fastened together like a
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Looking for a fun activity that is self=checking, collaborative and gives student practice finding the exterior angle measures? This is a set of 16 problems that need to be cut apart, reassembled in the correct order and fastened together like a
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Looking for a fun activity that is self=checking, collaborative and gives student practice finding the measures of sides using the angle bisector theorem? This is a set of 16 problems that need to be cut apart, reassembled in the correct order and
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Looking for a fun activity that is self=checking, collaborative and practices using the properties of Similar Triangles to find segment lengths? This is a set of 16 problems that need to be cut apart, reassembled in the correct order and fastened
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Looking to engage students and infuse your class with technology? Try this matching card activity. Students practice their knowledge of trig ratios by finding the missing sides of right triangles. Included are 18 pairs of matching cards. Half the
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Looking to engage students and infuse your class with technology? Try this matching card activity. Students practice their knowledge of trig ratios by finding the measures of right triangles. Included are 18 pairs of matching cards. Half the
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Looking for a fun activity that is self=checking, collaborative and practices solving proportions? This is a set of 15 problems that need to be cut apart, reassembled in the correct order and fastened together like a chain until the end is reached.
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Looking to engage students and infuse your class with technology? Try this matching card activity. Students practice their knowledge of writing linear equations in slope-intercept form using a graph, slope and a point and two points. Included are
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Looking for a fun activity that is self=checking, collaborative and practices using the solving a equations with variables on both sides? This is a set of 15 problems that need to be cut apart, reassembled in the correct order and fastened together
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Looking to engage students and infuse your class with technology? Try this matching card activity. Students practice their knowledge of angles formed by parallel lines cut by a transversal in this matching card set which students will access
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Looking for a fun activity that is self=checking, collaborative and practices using the solving a variety of equations for a collaborative review? This is a set of 30 problems that need to be cut apart, reassembled in the correct order and fastened
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Students practice finding the slope from two point, find the answer and reveal a quote about Halloween in this activity. There are three different worksheets, use as classwork, homework. Also makes a great sub planA great practice with a spooky
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Looking for a fun activity that is self=checking, collaborative and practices the skill of multiplying Scientific Notation ? This resource contains a set of 15 problems that need to be cut apart, reassembled in the correct order and fastened
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught at the high school for 10 + years and taught at the middle school school for 5 years.. I have taught a wide range of math courses during that time from Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Algebra 2, and Geometry, to Consumer Math (Personal Finance). Students always want to know what is my favorite part of math, and I always answer "The part we are doing right now".

MY TEACHING STYLE

I like an active classroom where everyone is busy. If you stop in one day it will look like chaos, but it is a carefully orchestrated chaos that cleverly disguises all the learning that we are doing. I use a lot of activities -- and keep the kids moving.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I recently applied for and received a grant for $16,000 to puchase racing car simulators. Students design a race car engine online and then use the simulators to test their engines. My middle school classes that told me math 8 is too hard were using college level Algebra and Calculus to design those engines and had a great time.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a degree in Business Administration (accounting) and worked as an accountant for 20 years before changing careers and achieving my life long dream of becoming a teacher. I have a degree in Mathematics as well as a Masters in Curriculum and Instruction. I consider myself lucky. It took me awhile but I finally found the place I was meant to be.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

In addition to my teaching duties, I mentor new teachers and also speak at conferences several times a year. I have spoken at Palm Springs each fall at the California Mathematics Council conference. This year I was honored to speak at the CTA good teaching conferences in both San Jose and San Diego. It is always a pleasure to speak with other teachers and be able to share some ideas about what is working in the classroom. Teachers are always so generous.

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