 # Scaffolded Math and Science

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view: On each card, students first determine the slope shown in 2 representations (table, graph, set of ordered pairs, equation*). Next, they either add, subtract, multiply or divide these slope values (based on what their card says to do) to see if the
Subjects:
Math, Algebra
8th, 9th
Types:
CCSS:
8.F.A.2, 8.F.B.4
\$3.50
11 ratings
4.0 On each card, students first evaluate two integer problems. Next, they either add, subtract, multiply or divide their two answers (based on what their card says to do) to see if the result matches the check number in the lower right corner of the
Subjects:
Math, Basic Operations
6th, 7th, 8th
Types:
CCSS:
7.NS.A.1, 7.NS.A.2
\$3.50
9 ratings
4.0 On each card, students first evaluate two fraction problems - one addition, one subtraction. Next, they either add, subtract or multiply their two answers (based on what their card says to do) to see if the result matches the check number in the
Subjects:
Math, Basic Operations, Fractions
4th, 5th, 6th
Types:
CCSS:
5.NF.A.1, 5.NF.B.4
\$3.50
6 ratings
4.0 On each card, students first evaluate two multiplication and division integer problems. Next, they either add, subtract, multiply or divide their two answers (based on what their card says to do) to see if the result matches the check number in the
Subjects:
Math, Basic Operations
6th, 7th, 8th
Types:
CCSS:
7.NS.A.1, 7.NS.A.2
\$3.50
4 ratings
4.0 On each card, students first use substitution or elimination to solve a system of equations. Next, they either add, subtract, multiply or divide their solution's X and Y values (based on what their card says to do) to see if the result matches the
Subjects:
Math, Algebra, Algebra 2
8th, 9th
Types:
CCSS:
8.EE.C.8, HSA-REI.C.6
\$3.50
4 ratings
4.0 On each card, students first solve their 2 equations. Next, they either add, subtract, multiply or divide the solutions (based on what their card says to do) to see if the result matches the check number in the lower right corner of the card.
Subjects:
Math, Algebra
8th, 9th
Types:
CCSS:
8.EE.C.7, HSA-REI.B.3
\$3.50
4 ratings
4.0 On each card, students first solve their two multi-step equations. Next, they either add, subtract, multiply or divide their solutions (based on what their card says to do) to see if the result matches the check number in the lower right corner of
Subjects:
Math, Algebra
8th, 9th
Types:
CCSS:
8.EE.C.7, HSA-REI.B.3
\$3.50
4 ratings
4.0 On each card, students find the greatest common factor and the lowest common multiple of 2 numbers.* Next, they either add, subtract, multiply or divide their two answers (based on what their card says to do) to see if the result matches the check
Subjects:
Math, Basic Operations
5th, 6th, 7th
Types:
CCSS:
6.NS.B.4
\$3.50
not yet rated On each card, students first solve their two radical equations. Next, they either add, subtract, multiply or divide their solutions (based on what their card says to do) to see if the result matches the check number in the lower right corner of the
Subjects:
Math, Algebra, Algebra 2
9th, 10th, 11th
Types:
CCSS:
HSA-REI.A.2
\$3.50
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Over the years I have taught Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Pre-algebra, Geometry, Consumer Math, Biology and General Science. I am certified to teach math grades 1-12, biology and students with moderate disabilities. Teaching Math-phobic students turned out to be my strength. Once a kid "gets" math, the whole words opens up! In 2017 I decided to leave the classroom temporarily to be home with my young daughter. I miss the kids! So have been volunteer tutoring at our local library. Thanks for coming to read my bio!

MY TEACHING STYLE

My number one goal is to always teach math in a way that includes everyone and that gives students encouragement and confidence to take more years of math. To me, giving students confidence and desire to continue their math education is the most important thing I can do.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I'm a published author of a Chicken Soup for the Soul story called "The Eye Patch". It's in the Teens Talk Middle School book and was originally a story I wrote for a graduate class.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

As an undergrad, I majored in Environmental Science at UMass Amherst. I added a math teaching certification to my biology certification and went on to study Mathematics for Teaching in graduate school at Harvard Extension School during my first teaching position. A few years later I pursued my special education license.