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Students work in groups to discover the different types of sampling (simple random sample, stratified, cluster, convenience, and systematic) through a real world type of problem.

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Students learn about how to collect data through the different types of samplings (systematic, stratified, simple random, etc.) and through a real world problem of finding what color car is the most prevalent in the school parking lot. Students

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Students work with a partner to compile data from the internet, which they then create a scatterplot and answer questions on their data based on linear regression lines, correlation coefficients, coefficient of determination, etc. Students are to

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Students collect data and create different shapes of graphs (uniform, skewed left, skewed right, and symmetric).

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Students are put into groups and given a question they need to answer through experimentation. Students create their own experiment, then are given the materials to do their experiment, and then make conclusions based on their findings through the

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Students cut out function cards that include transformations and glue them down on a chart that specifies these transformations.

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Students create a concept map to review the operations of radicals.

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Students work through a current event and describes the different parts of the experiment (such as lurking variable, subjects, treatments, etc.). Then they are given the information for them to find their own experiment article and answer the same

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Students complete limit problems that give the measurements to the recipe. Students can then make the pancakes to see if they got the answers correctly.

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This SMART lesson includes the following:
- A warm up with an AP multiple choice question
- Notes on different ways to collect data
- An activity on a census
- Notes for the Pink Meanie Investigative Task
- Examples of different types of

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Students bring in receipts from home and create data from them. They then answer questions about their data such as draw a scatterplot, find the correlation coefficient, find the coefficient of determination, find the least squares regression line,

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Students work in groups to make a graphic organizer for the 4 different conic sections. Directions are given and open ended parts are given. This is to be used when students have learned about all the conic sections.

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I taught for 10 years in the public school system, where I taught in a inner city school for 5 years and in a rural school for the other 5 years. Now that I stay home with my son, I have been teaching online for 2 years.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My teaching style includes giving a quick mini lesson on a subject and then getting the students involved in the lesson through activities.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of the year

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a bachelors of science for mathematics and a bachelors of arts for education in secondary education and in elementary education. I also have an add on to my certificate for online education and AP Statistics.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

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GRADES

7^{th}, 8^{th}, 9^{th}, 10^{th}, 11^{th}, 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education

SUBJECTS

Math, Algebra, Applied Math, Basic Operations, Calculus, Fractions, Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Statistics, General Science, Algebra 2, Decimals