Julane Crabtree

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Here are 50 questions regarding the History of Math. Sample answers are included. This is a great project for both groups and individuals. You can also give out the questions a few at a time during the semester for extra credit or for projects. I
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This study guide explains the difference between simple and compound interest. It includes an example done in a step-by-step manner and one with the compound interest formula. It also contains instructions for using a scientific calculator to find
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This study guide is a step-by-step method for graphing rational functions. Included are instructions on finding the y-intercept, x-intrcepts, vertical asymptotes, horizontal/slant asymptotes, and holes. This guide is a good supplement for graphing
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This is a quick writing project for students that explores the digits of pi and a process to memorize them. Students explore websites and then creatively write a "pi-em" to help them remember at least 10 digits of the irrational number. Great for
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This webquest is a search for the "Father of Calculus." Students will explore the contributions of Liebniz and Newton and write an editorial supporting their decision as to who is the true father of calculus. Students can work in groups but all
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This is a set of worksheets for Algebra on Sequences and Series. This covers arithmetic & geometric sequences and series, infinite series, summation notation, and numerical sequences that utilize factorials. I made a set of transparencies with
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This is one in my series of using the graphing calculator for Algebra Classes. This one is for any Algebra levee. Students use the graphing calculator to graph the two sides of the equation, copy the graphs, and use the trace tool to help them find
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I use this worksheet as an introduction to the first derivative test. Students use the graphing calculator to generate the graphs of both a function and it's first derivative. They do not need to calculate the derivative at this point so the
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This is a short writing project (utilizing the internet) that is applicable to all students in middle school through higher education. Students explore the history of one mathematician and answer questions about his/her life and work. There is
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This listing of formulas and procedures/hints for Advanced Algebra, College Algebra/PreCalculus, or Algebra II puts all the information in one easy place! Contains circles, transformations, quadratic formula, finding asymptotes, compound interest,
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This is one in my series of using the graphing calculator for Algebra Classes. This one is for Algebra II or Intermediate Algebra. Students use the graphing calculator to graph functions, copy the graphs, and use the trace tool to help them find
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This worksheet includes information on the meaning of the limit of the difference quotient (slope of tangent line and instantaneous velocity). A total of 10 problems includes finding the general form of the limit of the difference quotient, the
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Irregular polygons are those that need to be taken apart with the area of each piece calculated. This study guide shows several examples that are worked out. Also included are one compound problem (finding the amount of carpet needed and the cost)
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This is one in my series of lessons using the graphing calculator for Algebra Classes. This one is for any Algebra level. Students use the graphing calculator to graph and explore direct and inverse variations and their relationship to each other.
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This study guide details the procedure for finding roots of polynomial functions: graphing, Descartes Rule of Signs, Rational Roots, Upper/Lower Bounds, complex zeros, irrational zeros and the intermediate value theorem. Listed in an order I find
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This worksheet explains interval notation and has 10 practice exercises with key. A quick way for students to practice and understand the concept. Good for any level in math where this topic occurs.
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This lab activity (done in groups of 3-4) develops Pascal's triangle using two different color chips. I usually use checkers but any sort of chips (even poker chips) will do. Students determine color arrangements with 1, 2, 3, etc disks. These
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Students do some web research about the math they will need for their chosen career. They answer 10 questions and send an e-mail to the instructor for points. I always scored this at 50 points (2 points for each question) and based it on how well
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This worksheet uses the graphing calculator and is a discovery lesson detailing the properties of the graphs of exponential and logarithmic functions. It is divided into two sections so that it can be done during two class periods. The last page
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This is a quick, 4-question quiz or homework assignment on graphing circles and ellipses in standard form. One circle with a center (h, k), one circle and two ellipses with centers on the origin. Key included!
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2 years - Jr High (including special ed) 1 year - specialized middle school (individualized learning grades 5-9) 1 year - math resource teacher at Math Magnet Middle School 9 years - high school 24 years - community college

MY TEACHING STYLE

Active learning; incorporating writing and projects; 4MAT learning styles and MI theory;online teaching using Angel, Academic Systems, My Math Lab

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Outstanding Online Teacher Burlington/Northern Excellence in Teaching (2x) Who's Who See my school blog: https://blogs.jccc.edu/jcrabtre/

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BS in Math Ed and MA in Math Ed from West Virginia University. 30+ credit hours past my master's in learning styles, multiple intelligence, teaching and learning, curriculum See my school blog: https://blogs.jccc.edu/jcrabtre/

See my school blog: https://blogs.jccc.edu/jcrabtre/