# Functions & Interval Notation Resources

A few months ago, I accepted a position as an Integrated I Math teacher at Oak Hills High School. Integrated I is a semi-new course to our district. It’s also a course that I have never taught which means I have very little resources for it. While this might sound intimidating, it is actually one… Read More Functions & Interval Notation Resources

# Solving Inequalities Scavenger Hunt: A Low-Tech Activity

After working in a 1-1 school district for several years, using technology in the classroom has become second nature to me.  It’s integrated into nearly everything I do in my classroom and with a specific purpose – to create meaningful and engaging learning experiences for students.  Although technology is used in my classroom on a… Read More Solving Inequalities Scavenger Hunt: A Low-Tech Activity

# Analyzing Shoe Sizes: A Measure of Central Tendency Slide Deck

Statistics and Probability has always been one of my favorite units to teach in Math.  I’ve always felt like this unit has so many real world applications that are engaging to students, so creating projects and activities based upon these concepts has always been an enjoyable and creative process.  In this unit, my students complete… Read More Analyzing Shoe Sizes: A Measure of Central Tendency Slide Deck

# Area of Shapes Scavenger Hunt via Google Slides

Geometry is one of my favorite units to teach.  In this unit, there are so many ways to create lessons, activities, and projects that are easily aligned to the real world.  I’m not saying that is not the case for other units but I do have to get a little creative when we start working… Read More Area of Shapes Scavenger Hunt via Google Slides

# Unit 4: Linear Functions & Equations – More Resources for Flipping!

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!

# Systems of Equations HyperDoc: Comparing Cell Phone Plans

HyperDocs are quickly becoming one of my favorite things in education.  As the HyperDocs website states: HyperDocs, a transformative, interactive Google Doc replacing the worksheet method of delivering instruction, is the ultimate change agent in the blended learning classroom. As a major blended learning classroom advocate, I am finding that HyperDocs are becoming a way… Read More Systems of Equations HyperDoc: Comparing Cell Phone Plans

# BreakoutEdu Digital: Save the Uber Driver!

It’s been awhile since I have had the chance to sit down and build a new BreakoutEDU Digital, but my students were begging that I create another one for our current unit.  It’s amazing to see how much these students LOVE the BreakoutEDU Digital games that I have brought into the classroom.  As I’ve mentioned before,… Read More BreakoutEdu Digital: Save the Uber Driver!

# Frayer Model + Google Slides = Vocabulary Slide Deck!

As a math teacher, I think that we often forget the importance of vocabulary in the math classroom.  We know it is needed, we know that students need to understand certain vocabulary words, but how often do we really give students the time to explore these vocabulary words? In previous years, I have used Frayer… Read More Frayer Model + Google Slides = Vocabulary Slide Deck!

# Exponents & Roots: Google Slides & 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!

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# Mistakes Were Made…And That’s Okay

Today I made a mistake – and that’s okay. Last night, my students completed their notes on “Estimating Irrational Roots”.  As a part of these notes, the students fill in a number line (which I obtained via another teacher or TPT or online – I can’t remember) with decimals and square roots.  By doing this,… Read More Mistakes Were Made…And That’s Okay