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Triangle Inequality Theorem Investigation! Geometry practice for grades 8-12. Promote student analytical thinking through an inductive approach to the triangle inequality theorem! Triangle Inequality Theorem Investigation is a great introduction
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The Matrix Operations Cube Activity allows you to differentiate and add versatility to helping students practice adding, subtracting, and multiplying matrices with easy, medium, and challenge cubes. In this activity students will add, subtract, and
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Geometric Mean in Right Triangles is for grades 8-12 Many students struggle with finding the geometric mean in a right triangle. They struggle with seeing the relationships between the similar right triangles formed by the altitude and the largest
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Factoring Tic-Tac-Toe is an activity for grades 8-12. Students practice factoring quadratic and cubic functions with eight different techniques by playing tic-tac-toe. Students factor given expressions and find the solution in the tic-tac-toe grid.
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Segment Addition Postulate Exploration! Geometry practice for grades 8-12. Promote student analytical thinking through an inductive approach to the segment addition postulate! Segment Addition Postulate Exploration is a great introduction to the
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Differentiate and add versatility to helping students practice using function operations with easy, medium, and challenge levels. Students will draw an f(x), g(x), and function operation slip. Students will complete the operation based on the slips
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Differentiate and add versatility to helping students practice using the area of a sector and arc length formulas. Students will draw three slips; one radius slip, one arc measure slip, and one Find the... slip. Students will use the slip to find
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You can try the free version to see how you like the activity before you buy! Differentiate and add versatility to helping students practice multiplying binomials with the FOIL technique with easy, medium, and challenge levels. Students will draw
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Everything Angles Bingo is an activity for grades 5-12. Students practice identifying different angles and angle pair relationships in parallel lines intersected by a transversal line by playing bingo. This activity is excellent for reinforcing the
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This logic statements activity is for students in grades 8-12. Students practice applying various types of logic statements including conditional, converse, inverse, contrapositive, biconditional, and laws of detachment and syllogism in the
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Test Reflection Form for grade levels 4-12, homeschooling, and higher education. This activity is included in the Formal Assessment Bundle Help students to analyze their performance on tests, quizzes, and exams through reflection. This reflection
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Circles: My Favorite No! Geometry practice for grades 8-12. Promote class discussion and student's analytical thinking while practicing concepts related to circles! Circles: My Favorite No! is an activity that can be used as a warm-up, or as an
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Group Test/Quiz Corrections for grade levels 4-12, homeschooling, and higher education. This activity is included in the Formal Assessment Bundle Help students to learn from mistakes on quizzes and tests by working in small groups to make
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Differentiate and add versatility to helping students practice combining like terms with easy, medium, and challenge levels. Students will draw three term slips from the difficulty level they are using and then combine like terms on the strips.
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Factoring Polynomials Using Synthetic Division Guided Notes These guided notes show students how to use synthetic division and possible rational zeros to find the complete factorization of a polynomial. There are seven pages of notes, three where
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The Test Correction Form for grades 3-12, adult education, and homeschool can also be found in the Formal Assessment Bundle. If you are looking for a way to get students to learn from their mistakes, take ownership of their learning, analyze and
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Points, Lines, Planes, and Segments in the Classroom! Geometry practice for grades 8-12. Promote student analytical thinking through identifying basic Geometric figures in the world around them! Points, Lines, Planes, and Segments in the Classroom
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Exponent Rules: My Favorite No! Expanded Edition Promote class discussion and student's analytical thinking while practicing exponent rules! Exponent Rules: My Favorite No! Expanded Edition is a discussion activity that can be used as a warm-up, or
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This bathroom log can be used in any classroom environment. Teachers can log student information, or have students fill out the log themselves. There are two versions of the form. One geared for middle and high school where there are different
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This bundle includes the Subsets of Real Numbers Presentation which is a Power Point slideshow and PDF guided notes for students, as well as the The Real Number System Practice which includes three activities that help students practice using,
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Fourth year high school math teacher (Geometry and Algebra II). I also have six years of tutoring experience in math and other subject areas. I work primarily with students who have not been successful in other schools and often require remediation; bright kids with poor experiences in math.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I encourage students to work cooperatively. A quiet classroom is not what you'll see with me. Students are moving, discussing, and helping each other learn and understand.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

The greatest honor I have received is when a student comes back and tells me that what I taught them has helped them reach their goals after graduation.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

M.Ed. in Secondary Education, B.A. in Mathematics, B.S. in Psychology. All degrees from ASU.

My goal is to help teachers make math beautiful, interesting, and fun for their students. Each day I strive to work towards this goal in my classroom and I want to help others do the same!