Michelle Libersat
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United States - Louisiana
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 The best teachers are those who show you where to look but don't tell you what to see. ~Alexandra K Trenfor

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This is the perfect game to review problems involving area, perimeter, surface area, and volume. This is a working Jeopardy® (Power Point) game with high-quality graphics that are modern and true to the game show. The categories are: 1) Area 2)
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\$5.75
49 ratings
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I use this every year with my Algebra Class to review functions. This is a working Jeopardy® (Power Point) game with high-quality graphics that are modern and true to the game show. The categories are: 1) Is it a Function? 2) Evaluate 3) Writing
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28 ratings
3.8
I use this every year with my 7th graders, and it has helped my standardized test scores to increase every year (see my profile for more info). Also works well as an End-of-Year cumulative review. This is a fully functional Jeopardy® (Power
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24 ratings
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I use this every year with my 8th graders, and it has helped my standardized test scores to increase every year (see my profile for more info). Also works great as an End-of-Year cumulative review! This is a fully functional Jeopardy® (Power
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\$4.25
17 ratings
3.9
This Jeopardy game reviews the concepts of algebraic expressions and equations in a fun way for students. Reviews the concepts of: Evaluating Expressions, Solving Equations, Writing Expressions and Equations from Words and vise versa, as well as
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\$4.75
10 ratings
4.0
This worksheet involves three types of questions: (1) determining the slope and y-intercept from an equation in y=mx+b form, (2) determining the slope, y-intercept and equation from a graph, and (3) graph an equation using the slope-intercept
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9 ratings
4.0
This worksheet has 13-14 different linear systems problems (perimeter/area problems, basic slope/intercept problems, movie ticket problems, mixture/solution problems). There's enough variety here to keep the students thinking and challenged.
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3 ratings
4.0
Students are asked to graph linear equations using a table-of-values. Then they look for a relationship between the equations and their slopes and y-intercepts. Prerequisite: must know how to find the slope of a linear graph. No previous
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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6 ratings
4.0
Asks students to define the two variables being used, to write a two-variable inequality for each problem, then graph and answer a question using the graph. 4 problems. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Here are
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7 ratings
4.0
Students discover what happens to the graph of a function when operations are performed to the equation. Reflections,Vertical and Horizontal Shifts are covered. The students use graphing calculators to observe and write a brief description about
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6 ratings
4.0
This worksheet takes students from graphing rational equations using a table of vaules to understanding the connection to the equation and the graph's asymptotes. The worksheet is carefully scaffolded and leads the student to make simple
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\$1.50
6 ratings
4.0
With this fully functional Jeopardy game your students will love reviewing all about Fractions! The categories are: (1) Converting Between Decimals, Fractions, and Percents, (2) Equivalent Fractions, (3) Adding/ Subtracting Fractions, (4)
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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\$4.75
4 ratings
4.0
Contents: (1) Student worksheet with chart and instructions for recording measurements and scale conversion, (2) Rubric for project, (3) handout/ transparency master with blueprint symbols, (4) handout/transparency master with sample floor
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2 ratings
4.0
Worksheet consists of 3 situations to graph as well as find their domain and range. One "step" function and two linear functions. The first two graphs can be done in class in whole-group discussion, and the third could be guided practice or
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2 ratings
3.9
Foldables are a great way to help your students categorize and synthesize their notes and see the relationship between topics they've learned. This foldable covers Quadrilaterals, Parallelograms, Trapezoids, Kites, Rectangles, Squares, Rhombuses.
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\$3.00
2 ratings
3.9
5 questions on surface area and lateral surface area. Includes: rectangular/ triangular/ trapezoidal prisms, and cylinders. Includes answer key. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Here are some other resources you
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2 ratings
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I used these slides to train our staff on using Accelerated Math Program from Renaissance Place. Introduction to the 4 types of Assignments as well as Setting, Adding, Removing, and Re-Ordering objectives, printing and scoring scancards and
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1 rating
4.0
Great for reviewing before a test or just for fun! Enter your own questions and answers to customize it for your content. Play the game in "Slide Show" mode. Simply choose from the gameboard with category and point-value, and the Powerpoint will
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3 ratings
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This SMART Board lesson takes students step-by-step through the understanding of Completing The Square in Algebra I or II. It draws from student's previous knowledge about factoring and solving simple x squared equations. It is accessible to
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\$2.00
2 ratings
3.9
Need to train your teachers on using Accelerated Math? This file is to be used with a SMART board or other interactive white board, and is very easy to use. The highlights of the training are the 4 types of assignments, Setting and Editing
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

10 years of Middle and High School math teaching experience. Licensed professional teacher, certified grades 6-12.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Inquiry and discovery-based instruction, while focusing on meaningful practice of skills and problem solving.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I was recently honored by Channel 9 News, Denver as the featured teacher helping to earn my school the distinction of Top Middle or Elementary School in Colorado 2011, according to ColoradoSchoolGrades.com. This grading scale for schools takes into account not only Proficiency but also student growth. 4.0 Undergraduate GPA.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelors degree in Secondary Math Education (University of Louisiana at Lafayette). Currently working on Masters Degree in Secondary Math Education (Western Governor's University).