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 "If I die early, then bury me please, Deep in the forest of the factor trees." from "Numberjack's Theme" by P. Kelly

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Students must create functions based off commands. When they are graphed together (on paper and on a graphing calculator) they create an image of a grumpy old man. I use this activity before I have the students create their own image on
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Students must use linear, absolute value, quadratic, square root, cubic, cubed root, and radical functions to create an image of their own. Practices: - Function Transformation - Domain and Range - Finding key/anchor points - Graphing with a
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Students practice the basics of Radians and Degrees by walking around the room to 16 stations, instead of sitting in a chair. Easy for students and teachers to check understanding since finding the answer, located in a different part of the room,
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Students use circular objects and string to derive the circumference formula and therefore define what a "radian" is. Students finish by finding a formula for conversion between radians and degrees and complete the Unit Circle in radians.
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Students explore the TI-84 on their own by following the step-by-step instructions. This intro to the graphing calculator focuses on using the TABLESET and WINDOW. Many of my students are intimidated by the many buttons of the TI-83/84,
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Students are challenged to solve 8 questions about the probability of lengths of pregnancies by matching up cards. The cards have 5 categories; the question, the z-score, the Normal curve with area, the calculator command for TI-84, and the
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Students explore the TI-83/84 on their own by following the step-by-step instructions. This intro to the graphing calculator focuses on typing in common functions correctly and exploring how to use the GRAPH screen effectively Many of my
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Students play a matching game where they have to find three cards that make a trig equation from the first quadrant. One card is the trig function (sine, cosine, tangent), another is the angle (30, 45, 60 or radian equivalents), and the last is
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This is the song I sing when I dress up as a numberjack on Halloween.
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This is a quick reference sheet I give my students so they don't have to stop class and ask me for help when they receive an ERROR message on their calculators. It shows the most common error messages that they run into during pre-calculus (WINDOW
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There's a steep learning curve for kids and the TI-83 or TI-84. Here are 5 common errors and 5 nifty tricks that will make things smoother! I split these up into 5 groups (1 common error and 1 nifty trick on each) so that students could either be
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've been teaching since 2010 in Boston and Chicago and have taught all grades 9-12.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Discovery and hands-on learning when possible. Real-life applications. Math jokes, puns, rhymes and songs.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Holy Cross class of 2010

Math-Musician.