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# Math Education

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You and your math class will LOVE this slope of a line poster. Slope of a line is a difficult concept for some students. This bulletin board poster will really help them and it will look GREAT on y…

Learn how to provide math intervention that will make an impact in your classroom while making your life easier!

This year, I teaching combining like terms really early with my 7th graders. (Normally, we get to it towards the end of the year.) It's now in the first unit. First, we discuss what like terms are and create examples of like terms and unlike terms. I've always done visuals to help students. For example, if you have 4x + 8x: Once we do a few visuals, we then practice with larger expressions, highlighting or drawing different shapes around the like terms. Make sure students include the sign in…

Help your students visualize the solving process for the graphing method of solving systems of linear equations. Students are able to easily lead themselves or others through a problem, even if it is their first time using this method. Includes*Solving by Graphing Flowchart Graphic Organizer (half...

Help your students visualize the process for factoring ANY quadratic trinomial. The flowcharts even work to factor special cases such as difference of squares! Students are able to easily lead themselves or others through a problem, when using these graphic organizers. These flowcharts have been ...

I mentioned the "airplane" method for factoring in a recent post. Someone asked me what that was, so I thought I'd share. I have seen a lo...

Ideas, tips, and resources for middle and high school math teachers. Real world applications and technology used to keep students excited about math!

All-in-one slope notes page is intended to be used as a reference and reminder sheet for students to refer back to throughout a unit. Concepts can be added to the organizer as they are introduced throughout the unit. Includes space to record how to find slope from tables, points & an equation.

Writing linear equations can be tricky. Students need to be able to manipulate various forms of information to create the equation of the line. Included in this activity are 36 task cards featuring:(8) slope and a point, (8) function tables,(6) two points, (6) x- & y-intercepts,(8)Graphs AND (...

A real world math project where students analyze the growth rate of two trees. Students graph the growth of the tree over time and analyze the results. Perfect for any Algebra course!

Reviewing is an essential part of learning. It’s how our brains remember and keep things from slipping away. Sometimes it can be very tempting to have students review by only answering test like questions and

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With references for slope, y-intercept, x-intercept, origin, grid, graph, table, x and y axis, domain and range, increasing and decreasing, quadratics, graphing exponential functions, linear equations, linear inequalities, systems of equations, systems of inequalities, parallel and perpendicular lin...

Doodle Notes to introduce rational and irrational numbers. -Discusses the difference -Provides examples -Includes placing the numbers on a number line in order to compare...

I designed this graphic organizer where I could type in some of the information, and students would have to find ALL of the other information.

I was asked to present Interactive Student Notebooks at our Gulf Regional Innovative Teaching Conference. I have used them in my classroom for 4 years and was super happy to share all of the things I have stolen from other teachers! I only had 50 minutes to talk about something I could talk for days about! What better way to teach teachers about interactive notebooks than to have them create their own! This is also my love letter to Math Equals Love for putting her amazing ideas out into the…

Interactive notebooks have saved my sanity! I need to send heartfelt thanks to Sarah Carter of Math=Love. Hers was the first blog I found on interactive notebooks and even better, it was about alge…