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In this hands-on activity, students practice solving equations using the distributive property and combining like terms. This activity promotes active engagement and mathematical discussions as students work together to match their problems and
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Your students will love practicing the Laws of Exponents with this hands-on activity. This hands-on puzzle features 30 practice problems for Product Rule, Quotient Rule, and Power of Products Rule. This activity promotes active engagement and
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Try introducing solving equations with this hands-on activity that uses heart symbols instead of variables. This puzzle includes 18 one and two-step equations that can be solved using mental math. This is a great back-to-school activity for algebra
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Your students will love practicing the Laws of Exponents with these hands-on activities. These Tarsia puzzles feature practice problems for Product Rule, Quotient Rule, Power of Products Rule, and Negative Exponents. The first puzzle has 30 practice
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Your students will love practicing solving multi-step inequalities with this hands-on activity. This puzzle features 18 practice problems for solving inequalities, including distributive property, combining like terms, using multiplication and
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Give this hands-on activity a try for a fun way to practice simplifying expressions with order of operations. The puzzle includes 30 problems to simplify and create a hexagon when finished. This activity promotes active engagement and mathematical
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Give this hands-on activity a try for a fun way to practice writing small and large numbers using scientific notation. Students will need to "attend to precision" because several of the problems have the same coefficient but different exponents -
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Give this hands-on activity a try for a fun way to practice solving systems of equations. Equations are set up for students to use elimination (with multiplication of one equation) and substitution to solve. This activity promotes active engagement
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Your students will love practicing the Laws of Exponents with this hands-on activity. This hands-on puzzle features 21 practice problems for Product Rule, Quotient Rule, Power of Products Rule, and Negative Exponents. This activity promotes active
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Your students will love practicing their multiplication facts with this puzzle. This hands-on puzzle features 30 practice problems for zeros to tens. For students who need help getting started, a simplified version is also available that can be
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In this hands-on activity, students learn exactly what an exponent is and how parentheses or a negative sign relate to the exponent. This is a great way to clear up misconceptions about exponents before teaching Order of Operations, PEMDAS, or Laws
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Give this hands-on activity a try for a fun way to practice simplifying radicals with variables. Students will need to "attend to precision" because several of the problems and answer choices are similar - forcing students to really focus on their
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The puzzle has 18 problems where students must practice adding and subtracting polynomials. This activity will encourage mathematical discourse as students self-check their answers as they create the puzzle. If they solve the problem correctly, they
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In this hands-on activity, students practice factoring, solving for the zeroes of a quadratic function using the Zero Product Property, and identifying the matching graph. Also included is an Interactive Notebook Activity where students can
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Give this hands-on activity a try for a fun way to practice solving quadratic equations with rational, irrational, and non-real roots. Students will practice factoring, finding a greatest common factor, solving with square roots and the quadratic
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In this hands-on activity, students learn discover the impact of a vertical translation on a linear function. Students start with the graph for y=x and perform vertical translations up or down. Also included is an Interactive Notebook Activity
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Your students will love practicing solving multi-step equations with this hands-on activity. This puzzle features 18 practice problems for solving equations, including distributive property, combining like terms, variables on both sides, and using
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If you and your students love hands-on, collaborative Algebra practice, this bundle is for you. The bundle is currently contains 14 puzzles for practicing algebra concepts, such as: solving equations, inequalities, polynomials, and radicals. These
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The puzzle has 30 problems where students must practice converting rational exponents to radical expressions. Students also need to simplify using laws of exponents, but do not need to rationalize the denominator. This activity will encourage
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching middle and high school math for seven years in Jacksonville, Florida. I was recently recognized as one of the five finalists for Duval County Teacher of the Year in a district of more than 8,000 teachers.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My classroom focuses on hands-on learning and active engagement. I love to disguise math as something students like to do. I love to use puzzles because it encourages mathematical discourse and allows students to self-correct their answers as they work.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I was recently recognized as one of the five finalists for Duval County Teacher of the Year in a district of more than 8,000 teachers. I was also selected as the runner up for the Carnegie Learning Leader by Doing Award 2014.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

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