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United States - Georgia - Statesboro
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 “The object of teaching a child is to enable him to get along without a teacher.” ― Elbert Hubbard

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Students have fun solving problems with adding and subtracting numbers with scientific notation and creating a domino chain.
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29 ratings
4.0
A fun Thanksgiving Puzzle to make simplifying expressions fun. Meets common core 6.EE.3, and 6.EE.4 standards. Writing equivalent expressions and identifying when two expressions are equivalent.
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26 ratings
4.0
Thanksgiving themed activity of Solving Equations using the Distributive Property with variables on both sides. Includes No solution and infinitely many solutions. Some of the equations require 2 distributions, all require at least one
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19 ratings
4.0
Students will solve one step inequalities by choosing the answer from a set of numbers given. After solving students will find the answer to the title question.
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9 ratings
4.0
Why did the turkey cross the road? A Thanksgiving puzzle - A fun way to solve 2 step equation word problems that use the distributive property and fractions. Meets common core standards 7.EE.4, and 8. EE.7b
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11 ratings
3.9
Ten mixed review practices over 8th grade math common core standards. Can be used as a warm up or summary. Test preparation, CRCT, standardized test preparation
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24 ratings
3.9
6th and 7th grade common core. A thanksgiving riddle in which students solve one step equations to find the answer. The problems are Addition, Subtraction and Multiplication problems.
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13 ratings
4.0
Students will solve systems of equations using either substitution or elimination to solve this fun winter riddle.
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17 ratings
4.0
What do you call people who are afraid of Santa Claus? Matching word problems (descriptions) to one -step equations & inequalities. Students are not asked to solve but just match the word problem with the equation or inequality that would be
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11 ratings
4.0
This activity has students solve multi-step equations in which answers can be and interger, no solution or all real numbers. Some of the equations have students use the distributive property as well as combining like terms.When students find all of
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12 ratings
4.0
A beach map hunt for solving systems of equations by graphing.
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12 ratings
3.7
This was designed for use by 8th graders to be able to determine the coordinates of objects on a coordinate plane, then use the Pythagorean theorem to find the distance between some of the objects. Other grades may be able to use this as an
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10 ratings
4.0
Matching multiple representations of functions. This includes graphs, tables, verbal descriptions and the equation in slope intercept form.
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9 ratings
4.0
Students use a coordinate plane to answer questions about the penguin family. They determine the distance between points, then try to write a rule for determining the distance between two points on a horizontal and vertical line.
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13 ratings
4.0
Word problems that have students use the Pythagorean Theorem to solve for one side of a right triangle. Common Core standards for 8th grade.
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8 ratings
4.0
Students answer the title question by solving problems with mixed numbers using like denominators.
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\$1.50
17 ratings
4.0
Cornell Notes on how to solve word problems that use the Pythagorean Theorem
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5 ratings
3.9
Common Core standards for 7th and 8th grade. Solving one variable multi-step equations.
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8 ratings
4.0
Solving systems by eliminations. Some a just addition problems, some require multiplication of one of the equations. Students complete the activity to find the answer to the title question.
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4 ratings
4.0
Students use the properties of exponents to find the answer of the title riddle? Common Core aligned.
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3 ratings
4.0
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught for 23 years. Most of that time I have taught 8th grade math, but a few years in 6th grade math and science.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Forever changing, always learning new skills and techniques.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

WJMS Teacher of the Year Georgia Master Teacher

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Georgia Southern University B.S. Georgia Southern University M. Ed Nova Southeastern University, Ed.D.

I love teaching math and feel that part of my job is helping students to see that math is interesting and fun rather than something to be avoided.