# Katrina Eberhart

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Course: Algebra II, Pre-calculus, College Algebra Objective: Use graphing calculator technology to investigate the properties of rigid transformations and reflections. Students can use their calculators to learn the patterns of horizontal and
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Course: Calculus, Pre-calculus, College Algebra Objective: Create a function and find its maximum value. For a calculus class, this would fall in the optimization section--for algebra or pre-calc, it could be used when discussing maximum and
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This puzzle was created to practice with operations of complex numbers--addition, subtraction, multiplication, and conjugation (denoted with an asterisk in the puzzle). Students will have to match edges of triangles together to create a larger
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This is a way for your students to practice evaluating functions by playing BINGO. The activity includes a list of functions, a page of what to evaluate the functions at to get the numbers 1 - 75, and a list of the outputs where they would fall
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Objective: Use graphing calculator technology to create and compare multiple regressions for the same data set. Other needs: M&Ms or Skittles, plastic cup for students to drop the candy This is a fun activity to introduce exponential
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When presented with integration problems, I've found some of my students have problems deciding which strategy is most applicable. This card sort has a bunch of integration problems along with the common strategies taught in the integration unit
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This is a matching memory game for students in a right-angle trigonometry unit. The packet includes a set of cards that students can use to review or reinforce unit circle trig values for sine, cosine, and tangent (with angles given in degrees).
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This circuit contains 18 systems problems for students to solve. Included are a few where students may want to clear out fractions or decimals proir to using substitution or elimination. Ordered pair solutions are not just whole number values, as
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This activity gives calculus students a chance to determine which test is best to determine the convergence or divergence of a series. You'll find a card one of each of the seven common tests for convergence (i.e., divergence, comparison, ratio,
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Students will use basic integration techniques to complete a puzzle. It is self-checking, as if they don't create a hexagon, something went wrong!
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've taught at a community college since 2008 with one year in a 7-12 setting. I teach a combination of algebra prep (developmental math), college algebra, trigonometry, pre-calculus, calculus I, and applied calculus depending on the semester.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I have "flipped' all of my classrooms, so my students watch a video lecture outside of class. Class time is used for student-centered, collaborative, active learning.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BS, Mathematics (University of North Dakota) MS, Mathematics (University of North Dakota) In progress: Ph.D., Teaching & Learning with an emphasis in higher education (University of North Dakota)