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# Mark Kiraly's Mathematical Circuit Training

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United States - Texas - Denton
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A 16 question training circuit for limits. Includes piecewise, radical, and complex rational expressions. Students use conjugates, common denominators, factoring and expanding. Tabular and graphic approaches included as well. The student begins
Subjects:
Calculus
11th, 12th
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, Printables
\$4.00
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A preAP Algebra 2 end of unit or Precalculus review/unit brush up of Logarithmic functions in multiple bases and exponential functions including some growth and decay. Circuit worksheets are similar to traditional worksheets but contain all the
Subjects:
PreCalculus, Other (Math), Algebra 2
9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
Types:
Worksheets, Assessment, Homework
\$3.00
7
AB or BC. Polynomials. I used this to introduce this to my AB AP Calculus students while I was out for the birth of my second child (first daughter!). It introduces the FTC as difference of the evaluations of the general antiderivative at the
Subjects:
Calculus
11th, 12th
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, Handouts
\$4.00
4
The “Mobius”: Make sure the students are aware this circuit is different. It’s actually two interlocked circuits. When they finish there will be either 2, 3, 4, or 5 cells they haven’t yet used. They may pick anyone they wish and work it
Subjects:
Calculus, Math Test Prep, Word Problems
10th, 11th, 12th
Types:
Worksheets, Activities, Assessment
\$2.00
6
Practice for differentiating logarithm, exponential and arctrig (inverse trig) functions with a couple of derivatives of the inverse function thrown in. This worksheet starts easy, but tricky, with different permutations of e, pi and x as
Subjects:
Calculus
10th, 11th, 12th
Types:
Worksheets, Handouts, Assessment
\$4.00
4
This covers factoring, completing the square, the quadratic formula and the discriminant. Real, imaginary and complex number operations included too! The “Mobius”: Make sure the students are aware this circuit is different. It’s actually two
Subjects:
PreCalculus, Algebra 2
9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
Types:
Worksheets, Handouts, Assessment
\$3.00
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am a high school math teacher with 24 years experience. I expect to teach at least 20 more years. Worked as a lead teacher with several summer programs through local universities and private businesses.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Socratic with less and less direct instruction each year. I do believe no one should be forced to teach in a way that makes them uncomfortable-that only makes the students uncomfortable as well. The amount of discomfort you are willing to undertake changes with experience and life circumstances. If the teacher is passionate about his/her topic and students' success, all else will follow.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Local district recognition several times. Who's Who of America's Teachers-multiple times. Distinguished Educator Award (Nobel Affiliation)-multiple times. 2006 Marquis 61st Edition of Who's Who in America. 2016 Presidential Award for Excellence in Education Nominee Pretty much standard stuff for anyone that has put in the years.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Michigan State University: BS in Mathematics. Also completed Secondary Ed. Major with a minor in physical sciences. University of Texas: some graduate work.

Love sports and Star Wars. And a lot of stuff in between. Common errors are woven into the circuits I write to help students notice their misconceptions. Answer keys are not included with the circuits because the answers are part of the circuit. The teacher needs to work the circuit him or herself first as prep, and then let the circuit and the students take care of the rest.