FREE Download

Assess the general quality of my work with this free download

MY FEATURED ITEMS

My Products

I created this worksheet to help my students practice organizing data in three different ways. Given data in a venn diagram, a story, a two-way table or a tree diagram--the students have to organize the data in the other ways that are not given.

Subjects:

I break my students into pairs, have them cut out the squares and sort the expressions based on the headings Linear, Exponential and Quadratic. Then I have them glue their categories to a piece of colored paper. I choose the best looking ones and

Types:

CCSS:

Students have to match twelve cosine and sine functions with the proper graph and the proper table of values. This activity could be used as group work, at a center, as homework, or as individual class work. Solution key is included.

Subjects:

Types:

I use these guided notes in conjunction with the Mathematics Vision Project Secondary Math 2 curriculum, Structures of Expressions (Module 2). Topics this covers are: vertex, standard and factored form of quadratics, factoring quadratics, completing

Subjects:

Types:

CCSS:

I designed these lessons to teach my students about Piece-wise functions (the first in a series of 7). This first lesson focuses on using a graph of a function to evaluate a value, drawing a piece-wise graph given a story problem, writing a

Subjects:

Types:

I break my students into pairs, have them cut out the squares and match the exponential function to the correct exponential graph. After they do this, I check their answers and then I have them glue their matches to a piece of colored paper. I

Types:

CCSS:

I break my students into pairs, have them cut out the squares and sort the expressions based on the headings Linear, Exponential and Quadratic. Then I tell them to sort their Quadratics based upon Factored Form, Standard Form or Vertex Form. After

Subjects:

Types:

This is a matching activity. The students are given 6 of each of the following: table of values, absolute value functions, piecewise functions and graphs. They have to make 6 matching sets (table of values, absolute value function, piecewise

Subjects:

Types:

The students cut out the cards with the numbers, shuffle them up and draw two from the deck. Then write them down on and sort the factors just like in the exampleâ€”factors that the numbers share in the middle oval, factors unique to each number in

Subjects:

Types:

I use these guided notes in conjunction with the Mathematics Vision Project Secondary Math 1 curriculum, Getting Ready chapter 1 lesson 2. Topics this covers are: linear growth, rates of change, table of values, constructing a linear equation given

Types:

CCSS:

This worksheet helps students explore the differences between Arithmetic and Geometric sequences. It also has the students learn about recursive and explicit expressions for each sequence.

Types:

This worksheet gives students the first few terms of a geometric or arithmetic sequence. This lesson can be purchased as a complete bundled unit at a discounted price under the listing Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences Complete Bundled Unit.
The

Subjects:

Types:

This unit includes my listings titled Logarithmic and Exponential Functions Lessons 1-5 and Logarithmic and Exponential Functions Lessons 1-5 Quizzes. When purchased as a unit, you save $8!
General topics covered in this unit are: solving equations

Subjects:

Types:

I break my students into pairs, have them cut out the squares and sort the expressions based on the headings Linear and Exponential. Then I check their answers and then I have them glue their categories to a piece of colored paper. I choose the best

Types:

CCSS:

This lesson introduces simple graphical limits.
You can purchase the complete unit at a discount under my listing titled Introduction to Limits Complete Bundled Unit.

Subjects:

Types:

I use these guided notes in conjunction with Algebra Tiles. First I talk to the class about Al-Khwarizmi his life, where he lived, ect. Then I give each student his/her own set of algebra tiles and I guide the students through each of the

Subjects:

Types:

I use these guided notes in conjunction with the Mathematics Vision Project Secondary Math 2 curriculum, Structures of Expressions (Module 2). Topics this covers are: vertex, standard and factored form of quadratics, factoring quadratics, completing

Types:

CCSS:

Ask Lindsey Henderson a question. They will receive an automated email and will return to answer you as soon as possible.
Please Login to ask your question.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been a mathematics teacher in Salt Lake City School District for 14 years. I have been contract writing STEM curriculum since July 2015 under the business name Sugar House Instructional Design. www.sugarhouseid.com

MY TEACHING STYLE

Discovery and inquiry, collaborative groups.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Yet to be added

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

University of Utah, BS Mathematics 2002

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I currently teach the mathematics common core at East High School in Salt Lake City, UT. I also have been contract writing and designing STEM and STEAM curriculum for after school programs that encourage kids to engage with STEM/STEAM topics using Minecraft, LEGO robotics, Tinkercad, LittleBits, 3-D printing and other emerging technologies.

GRADES

2^{nd}, 3^{rd}, 4^{th}, 5^{th}, 6^{th}, 7^{th}, 8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}, 11^{th}, 12^{th}, Higher Education

SUBJECTS

Math, Algebra, Arithmetic, Basic Operations, Calculus, Geometry, Graphing, Order of Operations, PreCalculus, Trigonometry, Other (Math), Science, Earth Sciences, Statistics, Word Problems, Algebra 2