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Swag Man or Agent Mustache: who can defeat more bad guys?? Engage eighth graders in solving this contextual problem that is 100% aligned to the common core standard 8.F.2. Students must determine the rate of change (slope) in each function and
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Engage eighth graders in solving this contextual problem that is 100% aligned to the common core standard 8.F.2. Students must determine the rate of change (slope) in both a graph and table and connect it to the overall context. They will eventually
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In this high-interest, engaging problem, students must analyze a function represented by an equation and another function represented by a table. They must be able to compare the rates of change, the y-intercepts, and connect each back to the
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Replace the standard worksheet with this cooperative learning activity! Students get out of their seats and solve these standards-based problems that are posted around your classroom. They either work in partnerships or compete against one another
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Bolster your Math class with excitement and fun as students work together on this collection of 4 cooperative learning activities. Each activity is aimed straight at the common core standard 8.NS.A.1. Begin with an activity to intro the standard,
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This problem is a great way to wrap up instruction on comparing functions. Students must analyze a graph, a table, and an equation to determine if Swag Man's Swag-mobile is faster than a speeding bullet! This works great as a unit assessment,
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Who can eat more hot dogs: Agent Mustache or the Savage? This particular problem is a great intro for students in comparing functions represented in different ways. Both functions have a y-intercept of 0, so only the rates of change must be
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The purpose of these problems is to help students go deeper than simply finding the rates of change (slope) of graphs but to also apply them to contextual situations. The sci-fi context provided in each problem will keep students engaged as they
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Students explore finding the unit rate of graphs with this fascinating activity inspired from Harry Potter!! They use the cooperative learning structure "Solve 'n Pass" to create tables and figure out together the cost per pound of different wizard
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Is it worth it to study for 10 more minutes?? Students analyze a scatterplot, finding the unit rate, as they consider this question. By the end, they should be able to explain whether your score will increase enough to make the 10 minutes worth
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Get your students up and moving as they move around your classroom, convert fractions and decimals, and search for the answer to each of the 20 cards! This scavenger hunt activity is composed of 6 fraction to decimal conversions, 6 terminating
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Included are 3 highly engaging cooperative learning activities designed to give students structure as they process through the common core standard 8.NS.A.2 with one another. These activities will keep class fast-paced and engaging for students and
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This activity hits the main intent of both 8.SP.1 and 8.SP.2. Engage students with a scatterplot relevant to their lives that explores the association between student height and free throw accuracy. They describe whether the association is linear
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Get your students out of their seats and quizzing each other on what makes a function! They will move through the room interacting with different classmates and being exposed to many different types of functions. The more they practice these cards
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Engage your students with three different levels of cooperative learning activities addressing common core standard 8.EE.2. With the expectation to go deeper into the standards, this set gives you the opportunity to scaffold students toward full
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Take your students beyond rote computation of cubes and cube roots to applying it in a contextual situation. Included are two word problems in a format that empowers students to work in cooperative groups. Watch your students remain highly engaged
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This is a set of cooperative learning activities to engage students in finding the distance between coordinate points using the Pythagorean Theorem. There are three different levels of activities to scaffold students toward mastery. Included in
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Give students an abundance of practice with identifying rational and irrational numbers in this Round 'n Round cooperative learning activity. Students simultaneously determine whether a variety of numbers are rational or irrational. After
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This is a Solve 'n Pass activity that gives students a great deal of practice with finding the rate of change and initial value of a graph with varying intervals. Students use the rate of change and initial value to write an equation for the
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Students explore the concepts of slope and unit rate as they analyze these high-interest graphs of pro-athlete salaries. At the beginning of the activity, students predict the order least to greatest of professional football, basketball, hockey,
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught 3rd grade for 5 years and 6-8th grades Math for 5 years. Currently, I teach 8th grade Math in an inner-city public school in Phoenix, AZ. I have also been the grade level leader for the past 3 years.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I design lessons that leverage middle schoolers' natural tendency to socialize by giving them structured opportunities to engage cooperatively with the material. I frequently use cooperative learning strategies to empower students to hold one another accountable for learning. I am also a strong proponent of hands on experiences, games, and the use of math manipulatives.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I taught classes of 70 students in our school's multi-purpose room and saw great student achievement!! Read about it here! I also received our district's Excellence in Education Award - 2016

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I earned a BS in Computer Science from Bucknell University in 2007. I joined Teach for America after graduating and earned a Masters of Education in Elementary Education from Arizona State University in 2009. I am highly qualified to teach middle school Math.

Married, 3 kids (ages 1, 3, and 4), Christian, love the outdoors

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