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These editable math grading resources will save you time if you are trying to give your students useful, specific feedback. This will give you several ways to improve the quality of feedback you give to your students without having to spend too
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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This set of 26 task cards has a variety of similar figures questions including: finding the scale factor; finding the missing side length; determining if two figures are similar; picking out similar figures from a table of dimensions; indirect
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This fun activity will have your students trying to guess your ratio, using clues that involve equivalent ratios, converting ratios to decimals and other clues. In this game, you give one clue at a time, and students revise their guess after each
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Students will solve two-step equations while completing these engaging sudoku puzzles. This product has 3 versions to give students lots of practice at solving two-step equations: one with only whole numbers, one with integers, and one with positive
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This set has 36 questions over a variety of geometry topics, such as: complementary angles, supplementary angles, vertical angles, finding missing angles in triangles and quadrilaterals, finding angle measures of parallel lines cut by a
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Students learn to combine like terms and use the distributive property, as well as using different representations (table, graph, expression and verbal description) to represent one function. This is one of my go-to resources every year! This
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You will get three sets of cards for students to practice angle relationships by solving equations with complementary and supplementary angles. These cards could be used as task cards, stations, centers, or a game, "Rolling Complementary and
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Students will solve multi-step equations while completing these engaging sudoku puzzles. This product has 3 versions to give students lots of practice at solving multi-step equations: one with equations with variables on both sides of the equal
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Students will have to solve inequalities in one variable as well as recognize graphs of inequalities in this fun game. It is a great way to get your students thinking and reasoning about solutions to inequalities, as well as graphs of inequalities.
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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Finding distance on a scale drawing, finding area and perimeter on a scale drawing, greatest common factor, and exponents are some of the topics reviewed in this fun Halloween-themed scavenger hunt. What a great way to review! Each student will
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In this project, students will design and use a simulation to find the experimental probability of compound events. The simulation is meant to simulate guessing on a four question quiz that has multiple choice and true false questions. After
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This resource would be great for math centers with its 3 fun ways to practice order of operations. The first activity is an Order of Operations Number Puzzle. With this activity, students use the 0-10 tiles provided to fill in the puzzle. While
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Great practice activity for beginning equation solvers. Students are given all of the correct building blocks for solving a two-step equation...they have to figure out the correct order. After students have put the pieces together, they practice
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Students will see connections between different representations of a linear expression with this jigsaw-style cooperative learning activity. In addition to the cooperative learning activity, this resource also has a practice worksheet that could be
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In this inquiry lesson, students discover basic information about y = mx + b. The context of temperature allows for realistic meaning for positive and negative values for both the slope and the y-intercept. Students work with tables, graph and
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This classroom activity helps students see the connection between the distance formula and the Pythagorean Theorem when finding distance on the coordinate plane. Students examine the work of two different students who solved the same problem finding
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Students will solve addition, subtraction, multiplication and division one-step equations while completing these engaging sudoku activities. This product has 4 versions to give students lots of practice at solving equations: one with only whole
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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2 ratings
3.8
This series of 7 math puzzles reviews a wide variety of topics covered in 7th grade including integers, rational numbers, combining like terms, probability, proportional relationships, surface area, volume and 2-step equations. 2 of the puzzles
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Students will use surface area, area, volume and percents as this math story asks them to design a capsule to land on Mars. The capsule must maximize volume while minimizing surface area, all while staying within a budget. This math story includes
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This activity has 5 stations that highlight percent bars (tape diagrams), ratio tables, proportions, hundreds charts and changing percents to decimals. Each station shows two sample problems worked out, showcasing the particular model. The two
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught 7th grade math for almost 20 years, and I know that I have the best job in the world. I am also the Math club sponsor, and last year I started Coding Club.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I like to keep my students actively involved in class, with lots of classroom discussions and cooperative learning. I feel like the most important thing I can do is help students not learn rote procedures, but really make sense of math.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

2014 Auburn Washburn Secondary Teacher of the Year; 2014 Kansas Teacher of the Year Semi-Finalist; 2015 Outstanding Teacher Award from Kansas Society of Professional Engineers; 2016 Kansas Master Teacher

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelor of Education from Washburn University and Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Washburn University

I grew up always wanting to be a teacher, and now I am! When I'm not at school, I enjoy reading, watching movies and playing games with my family.