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There are a total 13 different relays, including solving by substitution, elimination, graphing, systems of inequalities, and linear programming. This is a great activity to use to practice how to do these problems that students find complicated.
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This is a great activity I usually use the 2nd day of my Geometry classes. The first day they learned about points, lines, and planes, and were given a brief explanation on how to draw figures. For this activity I have the students work in groups
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This is a great graphic organizer with all different types of problems that deal with the distributive property. It can be used as a review or as an introduction of how to do the distributive property.
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These are relays that allow students to practice the complicated process of completing the square. It is an excellent activity that allos students to have fun while practicing a challenging and confusing topic.
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I have created 8 sets of 10 different problems to help student practice the Distributive Property. After teaching this concept and some practice on it, I will do these speed trials in class. Students love it and after doing several of them they
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This is a great way for students to practice using the Distributive Property and simplifying. Students work out a problem (the start problem) find the correct answer, and do the problem attached to the answer. It should make a line of dominos.
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This worksheet contains 10 tables that will have the students converting decimals to fractions or percents, fractions to decimals or percents, and percents to decimals and fractions. It is a great way for them to practice this key topic. On the
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This is a great activity to do once you have taught how to find the domain, range, and determining functions. I used it as a warm-up after the lesson had been taught. You give each student a set of the cards (I recommend copying them on different
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This activity has 6 problems of shapes on coordinate planes. You can copy the worksheet onto cards and cut them up so students have the opportunity to share cards and get up to work together. The activity requires the students to find the area and
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This is Bingo game is a great way to review or practice the important skill of simplifying expressions. To start the game, have each student create their own game board using a pen or marker (if they use a pencil, they may try and move their
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This worksheet has 4 different sections. Section 1 has the students practicing identifying the slope & y-intercept of linear functions. Section 2 has students graphing linear functions using slope-intercpet form. Section 3 gives the students a
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I used this Bingo game with my Pre-Calculus class. It was used as a review after spending time reviewing all of our factoring. It could be used for Algebra 2 and possibly an Honors Algebra 1. It was a great game and a great review!
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This dominos set has 13 different problems, each dealing with using the distance formula. It contains basic numbers, fractions, decimals, z coordinates, and given distance find the missing coordinate. It is a great activity and students truly
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This bingo game has a variety of problems dealing with solving equations. You can give the students the basic "naked" problem, or translate into a verbal statement which forces them to write the equation and solve it. I usually make the
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These are three different relays that student do to practice slope-intercept form. They are given an equation, and each step has a student do something to the equation. You can do the relays several different ways. One is that you line your
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This is a great Bingo game that can be used for reviewing simplifying complex numbers and solving quadratic equations (that are complex). Students love to play the game and it gives them an excellent opportunity to review the topic. I usually
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This graphic organizer has 4 different linear equations and students have to write them in slope-intercept form and standard form. It is a great way to summarize these two topics or review them during an algebra 2 class.
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This graphic organizer is great to use as a review of the more difficult 2-step equations. These are the problems that I usually find students struggle with the most. I suggest copy it on a different color than white (students love this for some
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There are 5 different stations that have all different types of problems dealing with writing and understanding circles and their equations. Below is a list of what each station requires to be completed: 1. Write an equation given a picture or
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This worksheet has 18 problems that have the students calculate the percent of something. Then on the back page it has 6 application problems where they are finding the percent of something, then finding what amount remains after that percent.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have over 13 years experience teaching high school math. I started my career teaching in Quincy, Florida for 2 years. After that I moved to Charlotte, North Carolina for 3 years. I tried it back home where I grew up in Juneau, Alaska for 2 years. After leaving Alaska, I moved back to Winston-Salem, North Carolina, where I taught for 4 years and I was the department chair for the last 3 years. I taught in Clarksville, TN for 2 years and was a Level 5 teacher my final year there. I recently graduated with my Masters in Mathematics Education, K - 8, and I currently teach at Juneau Douglas High School.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Each school that I have taught in has been considered a "low performing" school and I have always worked with students that come in lacking prior knowledge and the motivation to be successful. I create and use a lot of activities and games that help keep my students engaged. A co-worker of mine calls me, "The Game Queen."

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I was a Level 5 teacher for the 2011-2012 in Tennessee, with some of the highest scores in Algebra 2 for the school district (which included my inclusion class)

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated from Juneau-Douglas High School in 1994. I attended Florida State University and earned my Bachelors degree in December 1998 for Curriculum and Instruction: Mathematics Education (6-12). Masters, Mathematics Education K-8, University of Alaska Southeast.

I love teaching and I have always been able to make connections with my students and peer teachers. I hope that you enjoy my activities, worksheets, tests, and anything else.