10 years in co-taught and consultant teacher settings. I teach everything! I like excalamation points!
The class we are currently working with has a significant number of students with math difficulties. A lot of what we have done this year is geared toward improving stamina with math, dedication to problem solving, and of course, catching up with the Common Core!
2nd place in the "design the school's mascot contest" for my elementary school (1982).
Master's Degree St. John Fisher College
I like to write. My students don't always like to read - but math has become almost as much about reading, so... The assignments I have created are CCSS based and labeled per standard. A little backstory: As our day progresses, we fit in 10 minutes of math, generally twice a day, before the actual math period and often we use the "Quick and Clever" sheets to review. Other than those, there are homework assignments created for each "module" and a common assessment that all students in our 5th grade take that we compare results for, and then when we can regroup to target areas of need. So as a seller: First work review sheets (10 minutes or so per...) Homework (lots of language, fewer problems, more thought and written explanation) Common Assessments (really very difficult!)