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Math squares are used for a fun review challenge. There are 16 squares. Each square has an mathematical expression on each edge. The challenge is to make a big square out of the 16 smaller squares by matching equivalent expressions. Some expressions

Subjects:

Math, Geometry, Measurement

Grades:

9^{th}, 10^{th}

Types:

Activities, Fun Stuff, Math Centers

CCSS:

HSG-CO.C.11

About this worksheet: This worksheet is meant to allow the teacher to grade for correct answers quickly and accurately without grading every single problem by hand. You should tell the students that the dots will not form a picture like they are

Subjects:

Math, Algebra, Algebra 2

Grades:

8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}, 11^{th}

Types:

Worksheets, Activities, Assessment

CCSS:

HSA-APR.A.1, HSA-APR.B.2, HSA-APR.D.6

Just like the original Challenge 24 or 24 Game, but for Calculus! There is a total of 24 cards: 8 one dot, 8 two dot, and 8 three dot cards. Topics include limits, derivatives, second derivatives and integrals. Some cards include equations and

Subjects:

Math, Calculus, PreCalculus

Grades:

10^{th}, 11^{th}, 12^{th}

Types:

Activities, Fun Stuff, Games

Math squares are used for a fun review challenge. There are 16 squares. Each square has an mathematical expression on each edge. The challenge is to make a big square out of the 16 smaller squares by matching equivalent expressions. Some expressions

Subjects:

Math, Geometry

Grades:

9^{th}, 10^{th}

Types:

Activities, Fun Stuff, Games

CCSS:

HSG-CO.B.6, HSG-CO.B.7, HSG-CO.B.8, HSG-CO.C.9, HSG-CO.C.10

If you've ever player Phase 10 this is similar, but it involves Calculus. This is a great review game before the AP test, or after the AP test. There are a total of 66 (14 of each color) problem cards, 8 wild cards, 4 skip cards, and one set

Subjects:

Math, Calculus, PreCalculus

Grades:

10^{th}, 11^{th}, 12^{th}

Types:

Activities, Fun Stuff, Games

Math squares are used for a fun review challenge. There are 16 squares. Each square has an mathematical expression on each edge. The challenge is to make a big square out of the 16 smaller squares by matching equivalent expressions. Some expressions

Subjects:

Math, Algebra, Geometry

Grades:

8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}

Types:

Activities, Fun Stuff, Games

CCSS:

8.G.A.5, 8.EE.B.6, HSG-CO.C.9

Subjects:

Math, Geometry, Measurement

Grades:

5^{th}, 6^{th}, 7^{th}, 8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}

Types:

Activities, Games, Math Centers

CCSS:

5.MD.C.5b, 6.G.A.1, 6.G.A.4, 7.G.B.4, 7.G.B.6, 8.G.C.9, 6.EE.A.2c, HSG-GMD.A.3

Using the Common Core State Standards, PARCC's Model Content Framework, Dana Center's Scope & Sequence documents, and other research I have arranged the 7th grade standards into a visual representation of units.

Subjects:

Math, Order of Operations, Tools for Common Core

Grades:

7^{th}

Types:

Whole Courses, Syllabi, Professional Documents

CCSS:

7.G.A.1, 7.G.A.2, 7.G.A.3, 7.G.B.4, 7.G.B.5, 7.G.B.6, 7.SP.A.1, 7.SP.A.2, 7.SP.B.3, 7.SP.B.4, 7.SP.C.5...

Subjects:

Math, Geometry, Measurement

Grades:

9^{th}, 10^{th}

Types:

Activities, Fun Stuff, Games

CCSS:

HSG-CO.B.6, HSG-CO.B.7, HSG-CO.B.8, HSG-CO.C.10, HSG-SRT.D.9

About this worksheet: This worksheet is meant to allow the teacher to grade for correct answers quickly and accurately without grading every single problem by hand. You should tell the students that the dots will not form a picture like they are

Subjects:

Math, Algebra, Algebra 2

Grades:

8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}, 11^{th}

Types:

Worksheets, Assessment, Homework

CCSS:

HSA-SSE.A.1a, HSA-SSE.A.2, HSA-SSE.B.3a

Subjects:

Math, Geometry, Math Test Prep

Grades:

9^{th}, 10^{th}

Types:

Activities, Fun Stuff, Games

Subjects:

Math, Geometry, Measurement

Grades:

9^{th}

Types:

Activities, Fun Stuff, Games

CCSS:

HSG-CO.B.6, HSG-CO.B.7, HSG-CO.B.8, HSG-CO.C.9

Using the Common Core State Standards, PARCC's Model Content Frameworks, Dana Center's Scope and Sequence documents and other research I have been able to map out the units of the 6th grade mathematics curriculum.

Subjects:

Math, Professional Development, Tools for Common Core

Grades:

6^{th}

Types:

Unit Plans, Syllabi, Professional Documents

CCSS:

6.G.A.1, 6.G.A.2, 6.G.A.3, 6.G.A.4, 6.SP.A.1, 6.SP.A.2, 6.SP.A.3, 6.SP.B.4, 6.SP.B.5, 6.SP.B.5a, 6.SP.B.5b...

Math squares are used for a fun review challenge. There are 16 squares. Each square has an mathematical expression on each edge. The challenge is to make a big square out of the 16 smaller squares by matching equivalent expressions. Some

Subjects:

Math, Basic Operations, Numbers

Grades:

7^{th}, 8^{th}

Types:

Activities, Test Prep, Math Centers

CCSS:

8.EE.A.1, 7.RP.A.2b

Subjects:

PreCalculus, Trigonometry, Algebra 2

Grades:

10^{th}, 11^{th}

Types:

Activities, Games, Math Centers

CCSS:

HSF-TF.A.4, HSF-TF.B.6, HSF-TF.B.7

About this worksheet: This worksheet is meant to allow the teacher to grade for correct answers quickly and accurately without grading every single problem by hand. You should tell the students that the dots will not form a picture like they are

Subjects:

Math, Basic Operations

Grades:

1^{st}

Types:

Worksheets, Activities, Assessment

CCSS:

1.OA.D.8

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Learning Assistant/Tutor for Business Calculus, Honors Calculus II and remedial math at the University of Akron for 3 years. Substitute for Beachwood City Schools. Summer School Geometry teacher for Maplewood Career Center. Math teacher for 6 years at Streetsboro High School. Instructional Consultant for STEM the past 2 years at the Mahoning County Educational Service Center. TPA evaluator for Youngstown State University.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe in the teaching students to ask good questions. I'm a big advocate for teachers becoming facilitators of learning rather than the keeper of knowledge. Project-based, problem-based and performance-based instruction is something that can be done at all levels. Some lessons don't lend themselves nicely to these methods, but all teachers should strive to get more lessons created this way. I love interdisciplinary items.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

November 2011 Ohio Lottery Teacher of the Month February 2012 Streetsboro HS Teacher of the Month

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BA.Education - 2006 University of Akron BS.Theoretical Math - 2006 University of Akron MA.Education Administration - 2011 University of Akron

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am married to my beautiful wife Meganne who is a 4th grade math and science teacher. We have a beautiful daughter named Aurora.

GRADES

1^{st}, 5^{th}, 6^{th}, 7^{th}, 8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}, 11^{th}, 12^{th}

SUBJECTS

Specialty, Math, Algebra, Basic Operations, Calculus, Geometry, Measurement, Numbers, Order of Operations, PreCalculus, Trigonometry, Math Test Prep, Professional Development, Algebra 2, Tools for Common Core