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In this Algebra version of Jeopardy, students are challenged to simplify polynomials by addition, subtraction, and multiplication. Students are quizzed on standard form, the quadratic formula, and "difference of squares." Equations evolve from one
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This presentation about integers teaches students why rules for integers exist. Namely, why we "add the opposite" or "add the numbers and keep the sign." Everything goes back to practice on the number line until students can develop rules
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This presentation carefully defines a fraction, and then uses that definition to make sense of fraction addition, multiplication, and division. Addition is taught in a meaningful way using number lines. Multiplication is explored through the use
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A review of the Properties begin the lesson for solving equations. Numbers are then substituted for variables in an equation. Formulas are manipulated and each step is justified.
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Prior knowledge of the Distributive Property and the area model are activated to factor binomials and trinomials. Factoring is made easy by constantly reminding students that it is simply the inverse of multiplication. Trinomials with and without
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This presentation was used with teachers in order to demonstrate how the same strategy, the area model, can be used to teach multiplication with a variety of numbers. The slides move from multiplication of whole numbers, to fractions, and finally
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In this presentation students are shown why fractions are multiplied numerator x numerator over denominator x denominator. They are also shown how to change mixed numbers to fractions so they can multiplied in the same manner. Students are then
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This is a compilation of lessons taught in the first trimester of an Algebra course. Standards addressed include solving equations, inequalities, absolute value equations and inequalities, compound inequalities, slope, graphing equations, systems
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In this presentation students are presented with examples and general rules for the Associative Properties of Addition and Multiplication, and the Commutative Properties of Addition and Multiplication. Lastly, variable expressions are defined and
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In this presentation students are shown how to use additive and multiplicative inverses in order to solve (isolate) x in a given equation. Students start with one step equations and then move towards increasingly challenging 2 step equations.
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In this presentation students are shown the location of fractions on the number line and how to write equivalent fractions using the number line. The presentation demonstrates why a common denominator is required to add fractions and equivalent
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In this presentation students learn why we multiply by the reciprocal of the second fraction when we are dividing fractions. Students are shown that the strategy that works to add fractions will also work to subtract fractions.
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The Powerpoint presentation defines opposites using prior knowledge of the number line. Further, opposites demonstrate their use and importance in solving equations. Reciprocals are used to derive the laws of exponents. A clear definition is
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In this presentation students are taught how to write numbers in exponential notation and how to simplify expressions involving exponents when numbers are being multiplied and divided. The same strategy for simplifying a numeric fraction is used to
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This is a compilation of lessons taught in the second trimester of an Algebra course. Standards addressed include writing and solving word problems, verifying solutions, graphing systems of inequalities, solving systems of equations, parallel and
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This is a compilation of lessons taught in the third trimester of an Algebra course. Standards addressed include operations with square roots, non-linear graphs and related vocabulary, rigid motions, rate, work and mixture problems, quadratic
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've been teaching math for 11 years now. For 2 of those years I worked to provide professional development to K-8 teachers in math strategies that could be used across grade levels. Since my return to the classroom I've had great success with the PowerPoint presentations I've developed. In the 2010-2011 school year I had approximately 14% more students score proficient and advanced on our state test compared to the previous year. I love math and I love teaching it in a way that makes sense to students.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Direct instruction followed by guided and independent practice, goal oriented, and focused on academic vocabulary

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching (PAEMST) Nominee, 2011 Honorary Service Award, 2005

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I graduated from Whittier College in 1999. I earned my teaching credential from National University in 2004 while working as a full time teacher. I earned my administrative credential in July of 2008 and I completed my Masters in Educational Leadership from Cal. Poly. Pomona in 2009.

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