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In this card sort, students match each quadratic equation with its equivalent forms.
Through this activity, they'll practice converting quadratic functions between standard, factored, and vertex form. Every equation has two matches, so they'll

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In this activity, students calculate key features of quadratic functions (axis of symmetry, vertex, y-intercept) and graph their parabolas. The activity includes six full quadratics, each of which have four key features (AOS, vertex, y-intercept,

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In this activity, students solve quadratics by factoring. Students work in groups of 2-4. Each student has a different set of 8 quadratics to factor, but each of their answers will match one of the answers from another student. For example, the

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In this activity, students explore a professional athlete’s performance time. They’ll explore this question through real data for one athlete—Aaron Rogers, the quarterback for the Green Bay Packers. Is he getting better and better? Did he get

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This resource includes multi-part word problems that focus on using a quadratic model to analyze questions in context. In each of these problems, students calculate and interpret key features of quadratic functions (axis of symmetry, vertex,

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In this activity, students practice graphing parabolas as they zap eleven crazy sheep gone wild. If each parabola zaps at least two sheep, they’ll know they’re on track! This activity brings a welcome element of fun to graphing parabolas. All

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In this activity, students solve one-step equations using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Once they solve each equation, they find their answer in the answer bank. Each correct answer unlocks a new word that helps them

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In this activity, students practice graphing lines as they bust restless ghosts. If each line busts exactly one ghost, they’ll know they’re on track! This activity brings a welcome element of fun to graphing lines.
Directions: Just print and go!

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In this card sort, students match each linear equation with its equivalent forms.
Through this activity, they'll practice converting linear functions between slope-intercept form, point-slope form, standard form, and two points. Every equation

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In this activity, students practice graphing systems of inequalities as they trap a herd of crazy cows. If the systems trap all the cows, they’ll know they’re on track! This activity brings a welcome element of fun to graphing systems of

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've taught at the middle and high school level, but the bulk of my time has been teaching 9th and 10th grade math to remedial, grade level, honors, and language learner classes. When I put myself through school, I was also preschool teacher and a college writing TA!

MY TEACHING STYLE

When it comes to the math, it's all about lessons and activities that engage students--ones that make them look forward to class and to seeing their growth each day! There's nothing I like more than making lessons that knock it out of the park. At a more personal level, it's all about unlocking students' power--ensuring they value themselves, believe in themselves, and recognize they can do anything. Once that foundation is solid, they're ready for anything--in or outside the classroom.

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