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 "Mathematics is no more computation than typing is literature." by John Pullos.

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Fractions are often a challenge for students. This Pass Around activity offers students 20 practice problems to identify the location of different fractions on a number line. Included with this packet: * 20 pass around problems * 1 directions
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USE LANDSCAPE PRINT OPTION Add more fun to your classroom by playing a METRIC CONVERSION bingo game. In this BINGO game students select (and record in INK) the position of responses from a provided list of possible responses. There are 2 different
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Measuring angles with a protractor can be a confusing experience for many students. Put the exercise into a 'game like' format and see the anxiety disappear! In these 40 problems (which do not have to be done all at once), students will read
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I Have --- Who Has? (directions) 1. All cards in the deck are distributed with each student getting at least one card. 2. Decide on a method for selecting a START student. The START student reads aloud both the I Have and the Who Has? part of their
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Young students just learning about numbers? The 100 number chart is a great way for students to discover number patterns, skip count, and just recognizable number symbols. There are 20 cards in this activity. To use this activity: *each student
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This 30 card set provides students with an engaging practice activity converting between fraction - decimal and percents. This package includes: * direction sheet * student response sheet * solution sheet * 30 'I Have/Who Has?' cards (in color) I
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Multi-step problems - Pass Around Activity: Students will --- focus on one problem at a time. --- decide where the given numbers fit best within the problem. --- do the computation (always checking back that the computation answers the
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Practice! Practice! So the experts say - but NO ONE says practice has to be dull! I Have/ Who Has activities are the solution to dull worksheets. This 20 card engaging activity deals with the concept of finding the measure of the missing angle in
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Nice collection of 10 puzzles for celebrating the 100th day of school. Purpose of puzzle -- to use the various printed numbers as a placement guide for assembling the 100 chart. Directions: * Print each puzzle on a different color of card stock. *
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In Temperature Match students match 3 cards, READ THE THERMOMETER, MATCH THE TEMPERATURE, and DEGREES FAHRENHEIT. There are 12 sets of 3 cards. There is also a student recording sheet and a solution sheet. The intent is for this to be a small group
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We often mistakenly believe that word problems are a challenge for students, however when presented 1 problem at a time, the challenge seems feasible. As students become comfortable with 1 word problem at a time, start offering 2 problems at a
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Pass Around activities are simply the BEST! Many students are turned off to a 20 problem worksheet -- but turn it in to a PASS AROUND activity and watch then go to work! Included with this activity are: * 20 peRIMeter problem cards * directions *
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This 10-problem Pass Around activity asks students to identify attributes of similar triangles and use proportions (or other strategies) to find missing lengths of similar triangles. For TEXAS this product addresses TEKS 7.5B and 8.9B Enjoy! Mary
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Cinco de Mayo (May 5th) is celebrated in many states. A misconception is that it is a celebration of Mexico Independence Day (which is actually September 16th). Cinco de Mayo is the celebration of the Mexican victory of the Battle of Puebla
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This 21 page packet contains 5 weeks of intervention minilessons. Each week contains 2 related problem solving activities with teacher instructions for what to do 'before, during, and after' the lesson. At least one of the weeks activities
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Do your students need practice with missing addends with sums to 10? Try this pass around activity. Students determine the number of missing dots (or number) needed to make ten. Also included are some of the 'turn around facts' (commutative
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This is one of my favorite activities to do with young children! Not only do students have an opportunity to practice identifying basic geometric shapes, but they also have an opportunity to identify colors and quantity of a set. Included with this
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Years ago, I came up with the idea of a different format for flash cards. Result - 13 pages of triangle flash cards that could be used to practice related facts. In my opinion neither addition nor subtraction should not be taught in isolation but
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Years ago, I came up with the idea of a different format for flash cards. Result - 13 pages of triangle flash cards that could be used to practice related facts. In my opinion neither multiplication nor division should not be taught in isolation
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

After many years in the classroom, I was the math coordinator for Educational Service Center Region XIII in Austin, TX. After several years at the ESC I became the K-12 math coordinator for Round Rock ISD in Texas. I regulary present at NCTM national, regional and local conferences. I have also trained over 3000 teachers in the CGI philosophy.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Constructivist

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of Year (Several times) Past president of TASM (Texas Assiciation of Supervisors of Mathematics) Director of Publications for TCTM (Texas Council of Teachers of Mathematics) President of TCTM

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BA in Mathematics M Ed in Curriculum & Instruction