# Math Essentials for all Learners

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Kindergarten worksheet to learn how to write the numbers 1-10.
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This is a polar coordinates battleship game to play with precalculus or calculus students. It helps them to learn about graphing polar coordinates.
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Gradebook for Excel. Comes with an attendance sheet, substitute attendance sheet, and interactive gradebook. Enter names on the B1MP1 sheet at the top and they will appear on the attendance sheets as well. Grades are calculated instantly for you
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Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal Test. This test goes with my lessons on parallel lines and includes an answer key. It is a 6 page test designed for one class period.
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Distributive Property & Combining Like Terms PowerPoint
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Sample and Display Data Unit Includes learning objectives, vocabulary sheets, pre-test, test and retest. Covers: - Identify sampling methods. - Recognize biased surveys. - Calculate the mean, median, and mode of data. - Find the range of a set
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PowerPoint lesson on Tessellations. Great for middle school or high school students. Can be connected to art as well as mathematics.
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Algebra 1 Final Exam. Could be used as either a final exam or a final exam review.
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Pre-Algebra Tests and Quizzes for the Year. Includes 8 chapters with quizzes and tests. Although i used this in a Pre-Algebra class it could also be used in an Algebra 1 class. Topics Include: Simplifying and Solving Equations Solving
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This is a summer review packet for students going into PreCalculus. It could also be used for a final exam review packet for Algebra 2 or a pre-assessment for Algebra 2/PreCalculus. Includes the following topics: Solving equations/inequalities
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Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal Homework Worksheet
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Mean, Median, Mode, Box and Whisker, Pie Chart, Bar Graph
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Conic Sections Unit: Circles, Parabolas, Ellipses, Hyperbolas. Used in Algebra 2 and PreCalculus. This is a four week unit on conic sections and includes the following: Pages 1-43: Lesson Plans Pages 44-67: Worksheets, Crossword Puzzle, Research
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A Geometry worksheet on proofs which include: Segment Addition Postulate, Angle Addition Postulate, Definition of Angle Bisector.
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Area, Perimeter, Circumference, Volume Quiz
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Solving Equations and Inequalities Test
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Technology Handout for setting up Wikispaces and Google Docs. This corresponds to my PowerPoint.
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Quiz on GCF, LCM, LCD, Prime, Composite
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Conic Sections Unit: Worksheets and Assignments for Circles, Parabolas, Ellipses, Hyperbolas. Includes worksheets for both classwork and homework, research projects with rubric, assessment project, word search with answer key and much more.
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Conic Sections Unit: Test and Quizzes for my Conic Section Unit. Includes an A and B quiz for Parabolas/Circles, Hyperbolas, Ellipses. Also an A and B Unit Test.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

13 years of teaching experience in both middle school and high school mathematics. 13 years of Tutoring and SAT preparation in mathematics.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Teaching mathematics should be done in a manner in which students are the center of learning and doing much of the talking, explaining and writing. The teacherâ€™s role is to guide students in their learning. By using technology as a tool for discovery and by incorporating open-ended questions into a lesson, teachers can achieve a student-centered classroom. Students should be given the opportunity to discover mathematics for themselves and relate the subject matter to everyday life. When students are able to make the connection between the mathematics that they are learning and how it is used in their lives, they will have a better understanding of math as a whole. If students can relate to the mathematics that they are learning, they will then be able to communicate mathematically with their teachers and peers. Lastly, assessment should have multiple forms. Students think differently and should have an opportunity to express or demonstrate their skills and conceptual understanding in different ways such as tests, journals, projects and in-class interaction.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of the Year

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Mathematics from Penn State University 2005. Master of Education from Gratz College 2010. Praxis Certified in 7-12 Mathematics, K-12 Special Education, 7-9 Science, Earth and Space Science

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