# Math Maker

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 It's not about making math easy, because it isn't; it's about making math make sense, because it does! Visit my website: https://cmoulder37.wixsite.com/mysite

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62 questions of 8th grade math common core review with answer key. Topics covered: - Exponents and radicals - Simplifying and solving multi-step equations and inequalities - Graphing linear equations and writing the equation of a line -
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63 Task Cards on similar figures, scale drawings, indirect measures and scale factor. Students can check their own work using the answer banks. Questions range in difficulty. Each page (9 cards) covers a different type of similar figures
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Students will be given a real-life situation, in which they must write and solve a two-step inequality. They will then graph their solutions. Problems include both positive and negative coefficients. Answer Key included
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Students explore the relationship between proportional and non-proportional relationships/direct variation. Students learn what the constant of proportionality is, and how to identify it in a graph, table, and equation Students will explore
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Cross Sections PowerPoint and Worksheet. Teaches students to find the cross section of three-dimensional shapes including prisms, pyramids, spheres, cylinders, and cones. Distinguishes between parallel vs perpendicular cross sections, and
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7page resource with answer key. Asks students to identify or calculate the unit rate of proportional graphs and tables. Scaffolds from lower to higher level problems. Uses rational numbers. Application questions will require students to
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50 plus practice problems involving translations, rotations, reflections, dilations, congruence and similarity. All transformations are centered about the origin and across the x and y axis. Students will label new coordinates, sketch the new
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Students learn that scale factors are used to scale a figure up or down, and the same scale factor will be used on all corresponding sides. They will see that scale factors greater than one are used to scale up, and scale factors less than one are
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Great for 6th and 7th grade math review. 60 question cards that review math skills from basic algebra to geometry to probability and statistics. Kaboom is one of the most engaging activities I have ever had my students do for review. Simply
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This bundle includes 11 seventh grade math stations that review major concepts covered throughout the year. Each station is aligned to common core standards. This is a perfect way to wrap-up the year, keep students engaged, and prepare 7th graders
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36 probability task cards aligned to 7th grade common core standards. 7.SP.A.2 7.SP.C.5 7.SP.C.6 7.SP.C.8.A 7.SP.C.8.B SP.C.8.C Each card has a letter that students will use to complete a riddle sheet as they solve the cards. This is a great way
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This is a zip file that contains all of my products for 7th grade probability,statistics and inferences. 40 Resources Including: Task Cards:- 36 Probability Task Cards aligned to 7th grade common core standards. Each card has a letter that students
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7th grade math spiraled review of all units taught during 7th grade math. 20 days worth of warm-ups or homework that will reinforce content taught during each unit. Includes an answer key. Questions vary in difficulty. Includes application
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4 page worksheet that involves addition and subtraction of rational numbers in real-world problems. Students will add and subtract with positive and negative fractions and decimals. Answer Key included.
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2 pages/ 24 practice problems involving addition and subtraction on a number line. Students will find the answer to an expression using a number line, and students will write an expression given a number line. Number lines are presented in
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This powerpoint teaches students about the cross sections that form when a 3-dimensional geometric figure is sliced by a 2-dimensional plane. It shows students cross sections that form from a cut parallel to the base, the cross sections that form
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This worksheet will allow students to rewrite expressions by factoring out the GCF. Worksheet scaffolds, from basic to more difficult factoring. Great for guided practice and independent practice. Aligned to 7.EE.A.1
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Each standard in the Ratios and Proportions strand for 7th grade common core is assessed in a variety of ways. In part one, students will be asked questions that require them to compute. In part two, students will be asked questions that require
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In this worksheet asks students to identify corresponding angles and side measures, find missing sides and angle measures, identify the scale factor used to scale up or down a polygon, and name similar polygons. This resource scaffolds from a
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6 pages of comprehensive review for the 7th grade math common core standards. Mix of multiple choice and short answer. Answer key is included. Topics covered: - Operating with rational numbers - Integers and their opposites/ additive inverse -
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Currently, I am working as a Math Curriculum and Instruction Specialist in Texas. I taught middle school math for 12 years, and have been developing my own curriculum for the past 6 years. I began my teaching career when I joined Teach For America in 2006, and was placed at a middle school in Liberty City Miami. While I taught in beautiful Miami for 3 years, I began leading professional development sessions centered around teaching middle grades math. In 2009, I moved to Chicago to teach at a small charter school on the Southside of the city. During my two years in Chicago, I worked under an amazing leadership team, and was able to really hone my craft of teaching. I began placing a strong emphasis on teaching my students to develop a deep conceptual understanding of the content, and in turn saw my student's achievement sky rocket above many of their more affluent peers. I've been teaching in Atlanta for 7 years now, and have had the opportunity to teach several classes of gifted students each year. This experience has allowed me to develop curriculum that is extremely rigorous and engaging. I take a lot of pride in the curriculum I've created over this time.

MY TEACHING STYLE

It is my philosophy to teach students to understand math through exploration and discovery. Once students have a basic understanding of a concept, it is my job to lead them to make connections and develop an understanding of the reasons behind the concepts.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Undergraduate: University of Missouri-Columbia Masters in Curriculum and Instruction: University of Kansas

After attending a math and science conference in Houston in 2008, my philosophy of math education has changed. Since that conference, I have learned to teach my students to understand the meaning behind the mathematical concepts they are learning. I no longer teach easy tricks that can be used to solve mathematical problems, and now lead students to see the hows and whys of each concept.