# Smith Curriculum and Consulting

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Interpreting Word Problems is a skill for students to build knowledge on the understanding of reading through word problems and breaking them down to solve. In the Interpreting Word Problems lesson, students are given a flippable to go through the
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Decimal and Fraction Relationships is a foundational skill for students to build knowledge on the understanding of comparing and ordering decimals. In the Decimal and Fraction Relationships lesson, students are given a flippable to go through the
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Dividing Decimals is a foundational skill for students to build knowledge on decimals In the Dividing Decimals lesson, students are given a flippable to go through the standard algorithm of dividing decimals, given a real world problem, they will go
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Multiplying Decimals is a foundational skill for students to build knowledge on decimals In the Multiplying Decimals with Estimation lesson, students are given a flippable to go through strategies of estimation and counting decimal places, given
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Adding and Subtracting Decimals with Estimation is a foundational skill for students to build knowledge on decimals In the Adding and Subtracting Decimals with Estimation lesson, students are given a flippable to go through strategies of clustering
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Dividing Multiple Digit Numbers can a struggle for many as students must understand how to go step by step in dividing numbers with a single digit divisor prior to moving on to multiple digit divisors. In the Dividing Multiple Digit Numbers lesson,
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Non Perfect Squares can a struggle for many as students must understand first how to find the perfect square of a number. In the Non Perfect Squares (Approximate Squares) lesson, students are given a hands on method to finding the approximate answer
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Least Common Multiple is a struggle for many as students must understand first how to find common factors of numbers. In the Least Common Multiple lesson, students are given a mini book and are guided through three strategies to find the LCM of a
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Multiplying and Dividing Scientific Notation is a struggle for many as students must understand first how to convert the powers of ten to be the same. In the Multiplying and Dividing Scientific Notation lesson, students are given a two flippables
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Evaluating square roots of various perfect squares is a necessary skill in Eighth Grade and/or Pre-Algebra. In the Square Roots and Perfect Squares lesson, students are introduced to what a square number is, how to determine the solution of a square
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Comparing Scientific Notation is a struggle for many as students must understand first how to convert the powers of ten to be the same. In the Comparing Scientific Notation lesson, students are given a two section flippable and are guided through
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Creating Similar Figures is a natural progression in Geometry and this lesson allows students to truly show what they know. In the Creating Similar Figures lesson, students will are given a four quadrant graph and guided through several steps to
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Dilations are an extended component of transformations and in this lesson students will not only build a verbal description of what they are but also a visual model to refer to. In the Effects of Dilations and Transformations lesson, students will
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Congruent Figures can be tricky but they don't have to be. Continued practice , in fact they can be fun! In the Congruent Figures lesson, students will be determine ways to find congruency within shapes using angles and side lengths. The lesson
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Transformations don't have to be tricky, in fact they can be fun! In the Identifying Transformations lesson, students will be introduced to three transformations (translation, rotation and reflection) where they will then take notes and create
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Teaching students the various properties in math are a necessary evil despite how hard they are for students to remember. In the Equivalent Expressions with Properties lesson, students will be introduced to five properties (additive inverse
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Expressions are one of those necessary lessons that we must teach for our students to advance their learning for Algebra. In the Expressions in the Real World lesson, students will continue to be shown Real-World Problems and then set up an
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Expressions are one of those necessary lessons that we must teach for our students to advance their learning for Algebra. In the Translating Expressions lesson, students are introduced to how to use a real-world situation to then turn it into an
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Exponents are one of those lessons that my students, time and time again, just seem to love to learn. In the Introduction to Exponents lesson, students are introduced to the parts of an exponent, how an exponent works and how it benefits them when
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Moving into Two Step Equations proves to be a fun area for students and it never ceases to fail that my students find the joy in the activity because it becomes a puzzle to them. The activity in this download cater to the rmanipulative side of math
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

As a teacher I have taught a wide range of students from Second through Eighth Grade and loved every minute of each grade level for different reasons. As a presenter, I speak and train teachers from Pre-Kindergarten through Twelfth Grade about Interactive Notebooks, Differentiated Instruction, Math Workshop, Parent-Student Technology Interaction, Special Education Strategies and more! Math is a passion of mine rooted all the way back to being in school myself and now that I am able to pass on the love for learning math, I enjoy working to differentiate materials to reach the needs of learners at their ability and interest level.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I have become an avid believer in using an Interactive Notebook mixed with Differentiated Work Stations (also known as centers or Guided Math) to engage and motivate my learners. My students have responded so well and are constantly asking for more in class and that is what motivates me to constantly create engaging lessons.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

NAPW Woman of the Year 2015-2016 Who's Who Among America's Teachers 2006-2009 CAMTership Award

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelor's of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies- TAMU-Commerce 2003 Masters of Education with an emphasis in Curriculum and Instruction- TAMU-Commerce 2009

Mom to three precious dogs, all rescued! :)