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Coloring activity involving multi-step consecutive integer word problems. Students write and solve equations to find the numbers described, then color accordingly. Includes consecutive integer, consecutive even integer, and consecutive odd integer

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This activity covers 11 different function families and many different attributes of these functions. Task cards with and without QR codes have been included as well as student recording documents and an answer key.
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**Updated** Now includes clearer directions for assembly AND TWO versions - One using "Next=Now" notation for recursive formulas and another using subscript notation.
Booklet style foldable on arithmetic sequences covering recursive formulas and

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This product includes 12 application problems that can be solved using quadratic equations - and not a single one of them is projectile motion! These problems include area of triangles, rectangles, and circles, Pythagorean theorem, volume, and

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These practice cards contain problems in which students must convert between units, reduce to a unit rate, and then compare the two unit rates. Answer key is included. Aligned to CCSS N-Q.1. Specifically designed to prepare students for the NC

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This activity is designed for whole class use. Students will gather their own data, write their own rate, convert to different units, and compare to rates of other students. This activity, although done as a whole group, allows each student to

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This is a group project that leads students through a hypothetical situation in which they must calculate the volume of a compound object, convert it to gallons and given a rate determine the amount of time its contents will last. This is a complex

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This foldable is great for teaching or reviewing how to write equations of lines parallel or perpendicular to a given line through a given point. Includes teacher key.

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Simple flower-style foldable for teaching or reviewing factoring quadratic trinomials with the big-X method. I love using this method because it can be used for perfect square binomials and for all quadratic trinomials whether a=1 or a>1.

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Included are 6 sets of problems that involve solving multi-step inequalities. Each page has one multi-step inequality for students to solve and graph the solution of. It also includes an application problem for them to write an inequality for and

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These dividers are meant to be printed two-sided (flip on long edge) and then cut in half to make two dividers. The margins are set to allow both dividers to be hole-punched. I like to print them on card stock and have my students put them in

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These dividers are meant to be printed two-sided (flip on long edge) and then cut in half to make two dividers. The margins are set to allow both dividers to be hole-punched. I like to print them on card stock and have my students put them in

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A fun autumn activity for students to practice working with function transformations - writing equations, graphing, and describing. Includes the following function families: quadratic, square root, absolute value, exponential, inverse variation,

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This worksheet includes 8 multiple choice maximum profit problems aligned to NC M1 CCSS A-CED.3 in which students are asked which combination of products would maximize the profit for the company. Students must identify the variables, write out the

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught Math 1, Math 2, Honors Math 2, Algebra 2, Foundations of Math 1, Foundations of Math 2, and Honors Discrete Math over my 5 years of teaching.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I'm working on finding a balance between "new" research methods that suggest more activities, more collaboration, more hands-on methods are best and the age-old approach of just good-ol practice. I think it's important to keep students interested, but I honestly believe one of the best ways to get better at math is to practice, practice, practice. With that in mind, I like to use task cards, stations, games, etc. to keep kids practicing without losing their minds looking at another black & white worksheet.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Yet to be added

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated with my B.S. in Mathematics Education 9-12 from UNC-Pembroke. I have also earned my M.A. in Mathematics Education 5-12 from Western Governor's University. I am currently working on improving my fluency in Latin American Spanish so I can better help my school's growing population of LEP students.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

When I'm not doing math, I'm at home keeping my sweet little girl occupied. When she's in bed I like to research more school stuff (Yes, I'm one of those people!), but I also like to do all manner of crafty things and read.

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7^{th}, 8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}, 11^{th}

SUBJECTS

Math, Algebra, Applied Math, Geometry, Graphing, Order of Operations, Other (Math), Word Problems, Algebra 2