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I created this circuit-training activity for my beginning algebra (Algebra 1) students to review the concepts of ratio, proportion, and percent. Students will be engaged by the scavenger-hunt style of the worksheet while they review prealgebra

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This scavenger-hunt style activity is perfect as part of a review for the exponential and log functions chapter!
Writing exponential growth and decay functions, finding half-life and doubling time, working with properties of logs and solving both

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This activity will have students working with polynomial theory - using graphs to write functions, looking for rational, real, and complex zeros, and there's even a little practice with synthetic division and the remainder theorem.
Students will be

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Students will enjoy the scavenger-hunt feel of this activity as they operations on polynomials. This circuit contains problems in which students will add, subtract, multiply, and divide polynomials (long division, no remainders).
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This worksheet is perfect for opening day of your beginning algebra/Algebra 1 class! Students will be engaged by the scavenger-hunt style of the worksheet while they review prealgebra skills such as solving one-step equations, evaluating algebraic

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Use this activity to give students extra practice finding coterminal angles, evaluating trig functions at angles coterminal with standard unit-circle angles, and evaluating trig functions given the quadrant and one trig function value.
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This 16-problem circuit has a scavenger-hunt appeal. In it, students will practice integer skills involving exponents and the order of operations.
This activity is intended to be completed WITHOUT a calculator.

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The scavenger-hunt-style, self-checking worksheet will keep students engaged and focused.
While working this circuit, students will practice solving systems of 2 linear equations in 2 unknowns, basic matrix operations (add, subtract, multiply) and

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Do your students need more work with rational functions? Do you need some group work that will engage your students? This self-checking worksheet is for you!
In this circuit students be given a function and asked to find asymptotes and

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I created this circuit-training activity for my beginning algebra (Algebra 1) students as a first round of practice in solving equations with one variable. Most equations involve at least 2 steps.
This does NOT include any problems for which

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This activity covers function composition, transformations, and finding inverses. This scavenger-hunt-style, self-checking worksheet will keep students engaged and focused.
20 problems.
Intended for College Algebra and/or Precalculus.

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Students will work on their by-hand division skills in this self-checking review with long division problems (with and without remainders). They'll enjoy hunting for their answers and working their way through this 12-problem circuit.

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Students will be motivated by the self-checking, scavenger-hunt style of this circuit. Designed to be a review for students entering pre-algebra, this could also be used as an exam review.

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Students will work on their by-hand decimal number skills in this self-checking worksheet, which includes problems both converting fractions to decimals and vice-versa. Students will be engaged as they hunt for answers and work their way through

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Students will enjoy the scavenger-hunt feel of this activity as they hone their equation-solving skills. They will be dealing with decimals and fractions and they will encounter both an identity and a contradiction.
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Students will be engaged by the scavenger-hunt feel of this self-checking activity. Students will find vertices of parabolas, find horizontal and vertical intercepts of quadratic functions, solve applications using quadratic functions, and write

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This self-checking activity is reminiscent of a scavenger hunt. Students will work with the equation of a circle. This includes some problems where students must write the equation given the endpoints of a radius or diameter, and some

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Students will be motivated by the self-checking, scavenger-hunt style of this circuit. Designed to be a review for students entering pre-algebra, this could also be used as an exam review.

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Students will be engaged as they review absolute values and integer operations (add, subtract, multiply,divide). The 20-question circuit is a self-checking activity with the feel of a scavenger hunt.
This activity is intended to be completed

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've been teaching math at a community college for almost 20 years, covering pre-algebra through Calculus II and everything in between. I also have a daughter in elementary school, so I work on the grade-school level circuits with the teachers at her school

MY TEACHING STYLE

My teaching style varies from traditional lecture and discussion to cooperative-learning (constructivist style). I know that students learn by doing, so I've been working to include more active learning in my courses.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.A. in Mathematics and Secondary Math Education from Wartburg College (Waverly, IA) M.S. in Mathematics from Iowa State University

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1^{st}, 2^{nd}, 3^{rd}, 4^{th}, 5^{th}, 6^{th}, 7^{th}, 8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}, 11^{th}, 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education

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Math, Algebra, Arithmetic, Basic Operations, Calculus, Fractions, Measurement, Numbers, Order of Operations, PreCalculus, Trigonometry, Other (Math), Word Problems, Algebra 2, Decimals