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This arithmetic sequences and geometric sequences lesson bundle is designed for an Algebra 1 course aligned to Common Core or an Algebra 2 course. These investigations and cooperative learning activities connect sequences to functions while
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This activity bundle is designed for an algebra student who is learning exponential functions for the very first time. The main topics in this bundle include an introduction to exponential functions, characteristics of exponential functions,
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Check out the PREVIEW to spy 3 ways to use this game in your classroom! This algebra activity focuses on exponential functions in different representations including graph, algebraic equation, table of values, and verbal description. The
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Add this activity to your classroom to prompt student discussion! This Graphing Exponential Functions Simultaneous RoundTable is designed as a formative assessment to highlight graphing and analyzing exponential functions. Students are given a
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Check out the PREVIEW for a sneak peek of this Toolbox Builder! This functions foldable is designed as an extensive graphic organizer to compare linear functions and exponential functions! This summary activity focuses on comparing the two types of
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Add this activity to your classroom to prompt student discussion! This Applications of Exponential Functions Simultaneous RoundTable is designed as a formative assessment to highlight analyzing a relationship modeled by an exponential function.
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Check out the PREVIEW for a sneak peek of this Practice Builder! This activity prompts students to progress through ten stations to analyze a relationship modeled by an exponential function, construct an exponential function to represent the
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Add this activity to your classroom to prompt student discovery! This Graphing Exponential Functions with Transformations lab activity is designed to be used with technology to investigate the parts of the general equation for exponential
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Add this activity to your math classroom and enjoy increased student energy! This activity highlights analyzing a table of values to determine if the function represented is linear, exponential, or quadratic. Once students identify the type of
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Bundle \$avings... When purchasing this bundle, you buy 7 activities and get 7 FREE! Enjoy the activity set and the savings! Would you like to have your review game for each unit during the entire year ready to roll? This Algebra 1 Find Someone Who
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Check out the PREVIEW for a sneak peek of this Practice Builder! This activity prompts students to identify exponential growth or exponential decay through analyzing equations. The question cards also require students to calculate the percent rate
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Check out the PREVIEW for a sneak peek of this Concept Builder in action! This Graphing Exponential Functions with Transformations stations activity prompts students through three steps of a task to graph an exponential function with
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Add this activity to your math classroom and enjoy increased student energy! Bundle \$avings... Buy 7 Find Someone Who activities and get 7 FREE! Click HERE to see this savings offer. This activity highlights applying properties of integer
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Buy 3 matching games and get 1 FREE! This algebra activity bundle focuses on linear, absolute value, exponential, and quadratic functions in different representations. Students can practice graphing every function taught in an Algebra 1 course
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This algebra activity focuses on exponential functions. This game requires students to represent the exponential parent function y=2^x numerically, algebraically, graphically and verbally. The function cards include x-axis reflections and/or
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

After teaching 10 years of high school math and 5 years of 7th and 8th grade math, I have returned to the high school level! I am convinced doing education differently is the best plan for learners! :)

MY TEACHING STYLE

My classroom is filled with Kagan structures to actively engage students in their learning.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of the Year (2000) 21st Century 1:1 Classroom Grant Recipient (2012) Certified Kagan School Trainer (2013) Pinterest in the Classroom #pintoteach (2014)

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BSEd in Mathematics from University of Arkansas MEd in Secondary Education from University of Arkansas Teaching Experience: Bentonville High School (10 years) Washington Junior High School (4 years) Kirksey Middle School (1 year) Rogers New Technology High School (currently) I'm hooked on building better students...

My husband and I have two beautiful daughters. Chuck works for Wal-Mart, and we attend Fellowship Bible Church. It was my honor to be a classroom teacher in the Bentonville School District for 14 years; however, I resigned my teaching position in 2013 to stay home and spoil my family during our California adventure. After loving every second of creating secondary math lessons during my temporary sabbatical, I returned to the middle school classroom in the Rogers School District in Fall 2015. And then a unique opportunity to teach at a PBL high school in our district opened and I jumped at the chance in August 2016!