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Want a creative way for your students to summarize what they have learned for the year? This product is for you! This book template is great for having students think about what they have learned over the course of a year in your math class. This
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This activity is great to use if you want your students to have fun while they practice graphing ordered pairs! The end result will be the picture of a turkey for Thanksgiving, and there is an added bonus -- practice problems relating to the graph
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This coordinate graphing activity will enable students to use their ability to graph ordered pairs on a coordinate plane, find the slope between certain points, as well as the midpoint and distance. They will also need to be able to write the
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This coordinate graphing activity will enable students to use their ability to graph ordered pairs on a coordinate plane, find the slope between certain points, as well as the midpoint and distance. They will also need to be able to write the
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This multiple choice test (20 questions + bonus question) includes questions on order of operations, simplifying expressions, solving equations, solving and graphing inequalities (including compound), and word problem applications. The test was
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This test could be used for Algebra 1 or 2 as well as any other course that covers systems of equations. There are 10 multiple choice questions, 4 short answer, and one constructed (open) response. The key is included with the test.
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This worksheet contains 12 practice problems for students to become familiar with the concept of solving systems of linear equations. The graphs contain a variety of systems including intersecting lines, parallel lines, and coinciding lines so that
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This quiz features 10 problems (4 elimination, 4 substitution, and 2 either method). Students have space to work out the problems, and there is a place for them to write their solution as an ordered pair. The quiz includes a key.
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This coordinate graphing activity will enable students to use their ability to graph ordered pairs on a coordinate plane, find the slope between certain points, as well as the midpoint and distance. They will also need to be able to write the
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Want a creative way for your students to summarize what they have learned for the year? This product is for you! This book template is great for having students think about what they have learned over the course of a year in your class. This
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The Ohio State University Marching Band did an outstanding performance during a halftime show. This writing activity is based on the video of their performance, which sparks creativity within Algebra students to think about how their performance
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These 18 exit slip templates are fun for using on holidays or different seasons. They each have a picture that is related to a specific season or holiday, which makes learning more festive for the students. Each page has two exit slips so they can
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The Ohio State University Marching Band did an outstanding performance during a halftime show. This writing activity is based on the video of their performance, which sparks creativity within Algebra students to think about how their performance
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This activity is great for a vocabulary review or for introducing new vocabulary. Students can define the words on their own out of a textbook and keep their definitions in front of them. Then teacher can have students work as partners or a group to
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This easy-to-use slip is useful when students do not have their homework. They simply fill out the paper in place of their homework they should have turned in, and the teacher can keep a record of who did not complete their assignments. When student
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This poster is an illustration of different graphs using stick people who do dance moves with their arms. It can also be a great way to kinesthetically teach your students about what different graphs looks like!
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

This is my fourth year teaching high school math. I absolutely love my job! I work with struggling students as well as accelerated students, including collaborative classrooms, and I love to see students "get it." When the light bulb comes on for them, it excites me beyond measure! I love creating new fun activities to make math enjoyable and engaging for my students, and I would like to incorporate some type of project-based learning in my classroom in the future.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I teach a lot with guided notes that I give my students, as well as group and partner activities. My students seem to enjoy math more than they ever have. I rarely use a textbook, but supplement with worksheets, puzzles, hands-on activities, simulations, and other materials.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I graduated Summa Cum Laude from Western Kentucky University in 2010, with a 4.0 GPA in mathematics. As a high school student, I scored a perfect 36 on the mathematics section of the ACT. I have won state and national awards for mathematics competitions.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I went to a small high school in rural Kentucky called McLean County High School, which is where I teach today! I graduated in 2006 and then headed to Western Kentucky University to major in mathematics. After graduating from WKU in 2010, I started substitute teaching in the high school I graduated from, then began teaching full time in a neighboring school, and completed my Master of Arts in Teaching degree from the University of the Cumberlands in December 2013.

My husband and I married March 31, 2012, and we have a son, Parker (born July 2013). I love my family, friends, and most importantly, my Savior Jesus who makes all things possible.