FacebookTwitterPinterestIf you’re not already back to school, chances are, you’re about to start! This past summer, I collaborated with a few other sellers on TpT to compile these Back to School eBooks. Sellers designed pages and submitted them to be included in the book. Chock-full of tips, freebies, and many other resources, they
FacebookTwitterPinterestYup, that’s right. The dreaded question that math teachers will face a countless number of times in their teaching career. Especially secondary math teachers like myself! And I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen this image come up on my Facebook or Pinterest feed: So not only are
FacebookTwitterPinterestI recently got a question on my TpT page asking about some of my classroom routines. One thing she asked about specifically was warm-ups. After responding, I thought this was a terrific topic to share here, especially because it’s the summer and this is the time I reflect on
FacebookTwitterPinterestI know I do! Whenever I’m feeling like I am covering lots of material with my students and see them struggle to see the connections, I know a graphic organizer will help them immensely. I use graphic organizers in almost every unit. I mainly use a chart or web design, and
FacebookTwitterPinterestThe school year is winding down for me with only 10 school days remaining. But for some of you, you may already be done and sitting poolside! As you should- we all know how hard teachers work and how well deserved the summer break is. With 10 weeks off, I find
FacebookTwitterPinterestAs some of you may know, I have been a seller on TeachersPayTeachers.com for about a year and a half. A good friend of mine showed me the site and said I should really check it out. It has turned out to be one of the best experiences of my teaching career.
FacebookTwitterPinterestFirst, thank you to the crew at kidCourses.com for my warm welcome last week! I’m super excited to be a regular contributor, and hope to share some ideas to spice up your math class, especially at the secondary level. After teaching 8th graders for the past 8 years, I know
FacebookTwitterPinterest …I’ve found if you really engage students and motivate them to succeed, little successes turn into big successes. All students need to know that they can and will succeed. We have some exciting news to share: Gina Wilson of All Things Algebra will be teaming up with us and joining us