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The following three activities are designed to maximize student participation while still allowing you to set a positive, hard-working tone for the school year. *Find Someone Who is now EDITABLE! At the middle and high school level, setting the
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Instead of giving students the unit circle to memorize, it’ll be more meaningful for your students to see how the unit circle comes about and why the coordinates are what they are. This project is meant to help students in both remembering the unit
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Spice up the end of the year and get your students engaged in reflection, writing, photography and fun! Now includes the ORIGINAL WORD document that you can EDIT and customize as you please. In the zip file you'll get BOTH the PDF file and the
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Want to assess the prerequisite skills your students have when they set foot in your classroom? This packet is important to complete either in the summer right before the start of school or during the first week of school. This unit also includes
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The perfect way to have your students review their Algebra 1 skills before entering your Algebra 2 class. You can also use it for your emergency substitute plans or review activity. Want to assess the prerequisite skills your students have when
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Want to assess the prerequisite skills your students have when they set foot in your classroom? This packet is important to complete either in the summer right before the start of school or during the first week of school. This unit also includes
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Get your students up and out of their seats and discovering how to find the converse, inverse and contrapositive of conditional statements with this 7 minute kinesthetic activity! It's a nice break for you and your students. This fun activity helps
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Organize and track the common core high school mathematics standards with this checklist and quick reference guide. Includes all high school math standards. This is a zip file. The documents are in PDF format. Purchase is for the use of one
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Tired of your students asking you, “When are we ever going to need this in life?” This project is a great way to get your students to work collaboratively, use their creativity, practice their math skills, and learn what it’s like to live in The
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Pythagorean Theorem is everywhere! It's on the SAT, ACT, end of course exams, it's part of common core, and well, just about EVERY math class students take in middle school and high school. The two word wall posters included in this unit can be
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A must do at the end of the school year is taking the time to have students reflect on their own learning and provide you with feedback so that you can make changes for next year. Included: -Teacher Feedback Form (a reflective piece for students
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This symmetry project is great for a beginning project in geometry or during testing when students are burnt out. I’ve included 6 samples that you can use while explaining the project to your students. Give each student the two-page Investigating
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This is a great project for high school students taking Algebra 1, geometry, or Algebra 2. I did this project with my Algebra 2 class composed of 34 students, 8 of which are Limited English Proficient students and 2 are Exceptional Student Education
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Students will practice finding the surface area of cylinders, cones, spheres, triangular and rectangular prisms, and hemispheres with these 18 task cards. Students will have to use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the length of missing sides and
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What a great way to end the year! This memory book is just for 5th graders. Spice up the end of the year and get your students engaged in reflection, writing, photography and fun! This memory book has a modern feel to it. Students fill in the pages
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What is it about polynomials and the rules of exponents that give students such a hard time? This is meant as practice/review for students who have covered the distributive property, adding and subtracting polynomials, combining like terms, and the
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These 18 task cards will get your students engaged and excited (yes, excited) about learning. Students will practice finding the volume of cylinders, cones, spheres, triangular and rectangular prisms, and hemispheres. Students will have to use the
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Assess your students' knowledge of surface area and volume. Includes the use of the Pythagorean Theorem to find the length of missing sides as well as word problems. Students must find the surface area and volume of cylinders, rectangular prism,
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These 18 task cards are a great way to challenge your Algebra students as a review of concepts covered in class including simplifying radicals, using the product rule to simplify radicals, and using the quotient rule to simply radicals. These task
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Looking for a great way to end the year (and keep your students busy while you wrap things up for the year)? This memory book is just for 3rd and 4th graders. Spice up the end of the year and get your students engaged in reflection, writing,
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

This is my 16th year teaching high school math (my passion) and 13 years as yearbook adviser. I have taught all levels of mathematics, including inclusion, honors, gifted, AP, IB, dual enrollment, and BCC (bilingual content curriculum). I am a National Board Certified Teacher, just newly renewed for another 10 years, have a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics with a double minor in psychology and secondary education, a Master’s in TESOL and a Specialist Degree in Mathematics Education. I love what I do and am excited about the opportunity to share my experiences and resources with other teachers.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Anything that will capture my student’s attention, engage them in relevant and challenging problem-solving, and aids retention of concepts learned. I love to make teaching fun but rigorous at the same time.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

In 2012, I was named my high school’s Teacher of the Year. In 2008, I was named my County’s Journalism Teacher of the Year. I currently sponsor the Quill and Scroll Journalism Honor Society and VICA Skills USA. I used to sponsor Mu Alpha Theta, the Math Honor Society, for three years. I am also the Communication Arts, Film and DIgital Media Academy Leader. I have received thousands of dollars in grants and educational resources for my classroom from websites such as donorschoose.org and The Education Fund’s Teach-a-Thon.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I attended the University of Miami for my Bachelor's, Master's and Specialist Degrees. I travelled to England the summer of 2000 to study English Literature at Oxford University (Exeter College).

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I served for over 10 years as a mentor for beginning teachers and have held professional development workshops on family involvement, differentiated instruction, mathematics best practices, among others.

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