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This is a standard deck of 52 playing cards where instead of the four suits you have the four ways of representing a function, and instead of giving the number of each card students have to figure out the card number by finding the slope. With

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This activity, designed for first year Algebra students, shows a practical, relevant application for linear equations. Students will model the cost of a monthly cable bill and model the cost of a streaming device. Students will solve a system of

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This 21st century based, real world math activity, will give students the opportunity to make a difference at their school and in their world. Students will work in pairs to discover the economic and environmental impacts of installing faucet

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In this basketball themed, super fun, activity students will shoot baskets and calculate the average percentage made from certain positions on the court. Students will use regression analysis to model the percentage shot as a function of the

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Can you use algebra to predict the weather? Who can I trust to give me the most accurate weather forecast? Could I make a forecast that is better then the pros? This activity created by the Math Man will answer such questions. Students will look

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Looking for hands on learning, this is the activity for you. In this engaging activity students will act as the participants / researchers of an experiment, and have fun doing it. Students will write the linear equation that will model how long

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This real world activity will help students determine what they can afford when looking into buying their first car. Using the amortization formula, students will determine how much they can borrow as a loan. Additionally students will learn about

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In this activity students will decide which graph would be used to match the specifics of a story about a fictional hike up a mountain. Students will decide on how to label each axis, interpret slopes as a rate of change, and write their own story

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This activity created by the Math Man will give your students an opportunity to investigate, extend, generalize, and create patterns. Students will look at a pattern and use numerical and visual reasoning to extend the pattern and discuss

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This is a take on the award winning matching game Spot It! For each of the thirty one cards included you will find that any two cards have one and only one solution that is the same. Each card features six multi-step linear equations or solutions.

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching secondary math for over ten years and I am beginning to see mathematics everywhere these days. I specialize in all levels of Algebra, Pre-Calculus, and Statistics. I am learning that Mathematics is the language of the universe and Algebra is the grammar of that language. I see it everywhere and hope I can create some useful lessons to help students see things my way as well.

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HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Faculty member of the year award (CFS - 2014)

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6^{th}, 7^{th}, 8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}, 11^{th}, 12^{th}

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Specialty, Math, Algebra, Geometry, Graphing, PreCalculus, Arts & Music, Graphic Arts, Computer Science - Technology, Math Test Prep, Life Skills, Critical Thinking, Business, Statistics, Word Problems, Algebra 2, Holidays/Seasonal, Mental Math, Earth Day