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# Reece's Resources

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Here is a quick introduction to Excel. Students gather birthdates of classmates and use the information to learn some of Excel's basic offerings.
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Here's a fun activity that my students have always loved! The results of this one have been pretty amazing. I challenge the students to pick a number with at least a three level prime factorization and make a 3D Factor Tree. They can use
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Are you looking for some LEGO Robotics posters for your room? Here they are!! This set includes (11) 18x24 posters ready to print. You get posters for the Medium Motor, the Large Motor, Move Steering vs. Tank Move, Move Steering, Tank Move,
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You may have had students screaming and banging their heads on their desk when their Movie Maker project opened up and all they saw were yellow "!" What to do? Well, here is a PowerPoint that will alleviate those issues before you begin. I've
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Here is a FOUR Station activity on probability. Students rotate through the stations working on different aspects of probability with decks of cards.
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You work for a poster company and your boss wants you to design a classroom poster about Newton's Laws of Motion. Complete directions and example are in PowerPoint.
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Here's a Frayer Diagram of the Properties of Math that I used for notes.
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I believe that students need to address missed questions on a test rather than just accept the grade and move on to the next topic. This test correction sheet does just that. They have to rework the problem (using their notes) and explain what
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A Reader's Journey ~ This is a FULL YEAR Reading Journal notebook for students. If you're looking for EASY TO USE reading journals put together in a student friendly format of graphic organizers, then this is the journal that you're looking for!.
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Here is a "Create A Game" activity that I made for my Math 7 students to work on after Spring Break/Testing. It's a cumulative type review that the kids have a lot of fun with.
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Throughout history, man has used engineering to solve many problems and to create some architectural wonders. Your job is to create a timeline of engineering accomplishments throughout history.
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Students will use a chair, a board and car with interchangeable wheels (like a LEGO or K-Nex car) to examine the affects of the inclined plane. Students will run experiments, collect data, and do mathematical calculations including mechanical
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Our school has a big push on "Reading Across the Curriculum." I created this Mathematics Book report to use in my class. We actually do one per quarter.
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Here's a simple one-day assessment to see if your students are grasping the Order of Operations. This simple handout lays out each page of the brochure and what the students need to include to show understanding.
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Here is an activity that I created/used when I taught REP Math. I was a "Math Connections" class, so I was the second math class for kids in my school that struggled with Math. Did you read that correctly?? They struggled with math, so we gave
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This is a website design lesson wrapped around Simple Machines. I wanted students to get the feel of designing a website without having to pay hosting fees...so, we used PowerPoint. I went through the process of setting up a PP as the website. We
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This project will allow you to focus on two inventors. The first inventor will come from the “old” category. You are to choose any inventor that introduce a new product/invention BEFORE THE YEAR 2000. Your second inventor, the “new” one, must
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While teaching remedial math, I found my students were struggling with the "Characteristics" block of the Frayer Model, so I modified it into a triangle. I've included a point "UP" and a point "DOWN" version. They stack nicely with one another to
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Need an activity to review equations leading up to the CRCT? Try "An Equations Wall Journey." These are 20 numbered equations that you can hang up around your room or up and down the hallway. Each answer leads you to another equation. Incorrect
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Here is an instruction sheet to leave on a table with a deck of cards. Great practice for learning multiplication tables!
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have spent the last 20 years in public education. I taught Social Studies for my first four years, creating a lot of stations-type materials. Then, I moved to mathematics for twelve years. I mastered the art of using stations to increase test scores for low scoring students. Looking for a new challenge, I moved into the technology classroom four years ago. I also convert media products! VHS to DVD. Cassettes and vinyl to mp3. Other options are also available.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Most of my materials are presented in module/station formats. I do whole class lectures on rare occasions, but I am always one of my stations where I present material to small groups.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

TeAch21 Teacher TrailBlazers Technology Award MIE Certification

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Kennesaw State University - Middle Grades Education Degree (Math/SS) Kennesaw State University - Middle Grades Mathematics Masters Degree Piedmont University - Specialist in Middle Grades Education

Video/Photography is one of my specialties.

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