Today I will be sharing the resources from our fourth Unit, which covers functions, slope, linear equations and linear systems. The class that I teach is aligned to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) but it is an 7th grade Math Honors course that contains all of the 7th grade standards and the majority of the… Read More Unit 4: Linear Functions & Equations – More Resources for Flipping!
Today I will be sharing the resources from our third Unit, which covers square roots, exponents, and scientific notation! The class that I teach is aligned to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) but it is an 7th grade Math Honors course that contains all of the 7th grade standards and the majority of the… Read More Exponents & Roots: Google Slides & Resources for Flipping!
My students are currently finishing our Unit 2: Expressions & Equations Unit. I was really thrilled will my students progress with equations this year. In the past, it has been very common for this to be one of the more difficult units, but my students have really understood the material this year. On one hand,… Read More Expressions & Equations Unit: More Google Slides & Resources for Flipping!
Last year, I jumped into the Flipped Classroom world and I never came back out. I love my flipped classroom! More importantly, the students love it! Before the flipped classroom, the homework was always an assignment with a set of problems. (That’s not to say that this doesn’t occur anymore, it’s just less than it… Read More The Number System: Google Slides for Flipping
I recently gave a presentation on Interactive Notebooks at a local conference, so I thought I would share it! In the presentation, you will see an overview of Interactive Notebooks – the setup, the notes, the grading, and much more!
In the next couple of days I will be presenting about Interactive Notebooks at a conference within my district. One of the items that I will be showing will be a video that was created by myself and my math department. If you are looking towards starting Interactive Notebooks, this video gives you a great… Read More Interactive Notebook Set-Up
Hello! I created this “Math About Me” activity as a beginning of the school year and INB set up activity. In my classroom, I will print this front to back so that it is on one paper. I will have the students complete the questions on the first day of class. They will then use… Read More Math About Me – Beginning of the Year Activity
In the last post, you read about the many items that will go into my INB at the beginning of the school year. Now, I want to talk about actually setting it up. Gathering the materials is a lot of work but you want to make sure you have a clear plan when you try… Read More Starting the Year with Interactive Notebooks – How to Set it Up
Recently, I have had several fellow teachers ask me about my Interactive Notebooks. Last year was my first year of implementing INB into my classroom. In fact, I did not even start implementing them until Quarter 2. This year, I am ready! I have a plan! I am not sure if that plan is good,… Read More Starting the Year with Interactive Notebooks – The Things You Will Need
Last year, I began implementing assignment trackers into my classroom. The students had a “Score Tracker” in their interactive notebooks and would log their homework, quiz, test, and project grades. It worked really well but this year I have bigger and better plans! This year I am planning on implementing data binders. One part of… Read More Assignment Tracker