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Exit slips in Algebra Class-reinforce what was learned during lesson- Who gets it/Who doesn't


"Discussion Tables" is a fun activity to analyze text. Pick a passage from the class' book and glue it to a large sheet of paper. In groups, students write their thoughts around the corners of the passage. Set the timer and then rotate!


Math = Love: Adding and Subtracting Polynomials Activity. I tried a similar activity with my co-taught algebra I class and it made all the difference in the world for them!


Monday Made It: Getting Bulletin Boards Started!

Thinking deeper about math. "The answer is ___." "What is the question?"

Butterfly Fractions. Another way how to learn how to add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators.


Give me five - assessment Questions: 1) What is a math concept I learned today? 2) Why is this math concept important to my learning? 3) What did I learn today? 4) How will I use what I learned today in the future? 5) What else do I want to know about what I learned today?

Assistance with math lessons from Pre-Algebra through SAT/ACT prep

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I Have, Who Has... Geometry Bundle {5 Different Games} Save $5.50

Engaging alternative to traditional "test prep!" 5 geometry games that your class will LOVE.

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Linear Equations Flippables

Could do something similar for integrated science and defining the variables for power, velocity etc.

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Enhancing Learning Through Differentiated Technology

Enhancing Lessons through Differentiated Technology - Three tech tools -- SAS Curriculum Pathways, Newsela, and EDpuzzle -- can help differentiate instruction by showing where students are and offering appropriate formative assessment.