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By engaging students in these modeling and analyzing linear functions activities involving linear relationships, students will be able to construct functions to model linear relationships between two quantities, analyze functions modeling real world
Subjects:
Math, Algebra, Word Problems
7th, 8th, 9th, Homeschool
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, Handouts
CCSS:
8.F.B.4
\$3.00
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By completing this activity, students will be able to match data sets with box and whisker plots and calculate median, range, interquartile range, mean, and mean absolute deviation of data sets. Students are given eight data sets that each have ten
Subjects:
Statistics, Tools for Common Core
6th, 7th, 8th, Homeschool
Types:
Worksheets, Activities
CCSS:
7.SP.A.2
\$3.00
6
In this concept-developing discovery worksheet, students will analyze three-dimensional real world images to determine their geometric name. They will visualize various slices, identify the two-dimensional shape that emerges from the cross section,
Subjects:
Geometry, Tools for Common Core
6th, 7th, 8th, Homeschool
Types:
Worksheets, Activities
CCSS:
7.G.A.3
\$3.00
8
In these transformations activities, students are first guided through some questions to make inferences based on general characteristics of transformations. Students evaluate properties of reflections, rotations, translations, and dilations to
Subjects:
Math, Geometry, Tools for Common Core
7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, Homeschool
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, Handouts
CCSS:
8.G.A.2, 8.G.A.4, HSG-CO.A.5
\$3.00
12
Created to accommodate a small classroom space, seated scavenger hunts are a student favorite! Students cut out the scavenger hunt cards, then line them up in the correct order by finding the slope of the line that passes through the two given
Subjects:
Math, Algebra
8th, 9th, Homeschool
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, Handouts
CCSS:
8.F.B.4
\$2.00
Review some introductory geometry topics with your high school math students with this Seated Scavenger Hunt! Topics include Segment Addition Postulate, Segment Bisectors, Angle Addition Postulate, Vertical Angles, Midpoint, and Distance Formula.
Subjects:
Math, Geometry
9th, 10th, 11th, Homeschool
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, Handouts
\$2.00
1
Review transformations of absolute value functions with this seated scavenger hunt! Students will be able to identify reflections, translations, and vertical stretches and shrinks from absolute value equations. Perfect as an activator or summary
Subjects:
Math, Algebra, Algebra 2
9th, 10th, 11th, Homeschool
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, Handouts
CCSS:
HSF-BF.B.3
\$2.00
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching math since 2010. My experience ranges from grades 5-12. I started my career as an eighth grade math teacher, then left that position to work part-time while my children were babies. During that time period, I was a math interventionist in grades 5-12, tutor for grades 5-12+, and part-time teacher at an alternative education high school. I weathered 2020 as a remote middle school math teacher, and I am currently teaching Algebra 1 and Geometry at the high school level. I hold a teaching certification spanning grades 5-12 Mathematics in New Hampshire.

MY TEACHING STYLE

If I could describe my teaching style in one word, I would say BALANCE. I believe that students need to take organized notes, and they need to engage in a variety of practice activities. I strive to differentiate instruction for students, and I acknowledge that this may not happen every day. I provide opportunities for my students to learn through discovery, and other times I demonstrate the steps to master a skill. Striking the right balance between traditional teaching methods and hands-on, discovery-based learning has been the secret sauce to success in my classroom!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

There is no greater honor for a teacher than serving students. I am thankful for all the students who come back to visit, seek out my help, eat lunch in my room because they know it's a safe place, write my notes of gratitude, and leave class with a smile.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I earned my M.Ed in Mathematics Education from Lesley University in 2013. I graduated with my BA in Mathematics and Secondary Education from Emmanuel College in 2010.

I started my Teachers Pay Teachers store and blog at freetodiscovermath.com in 2015 in order to provide teachers with quality resources that offer solutions and demonstrate a balanced approach to teaching math. Though I love making an impact in my own classroom, it is a dream come true to be helping tens of thousands of teachers and their students engage in meaningful, engaging math activities.