Alright. We’re back online. I know it’s been a while.

This year, it’s time to really revamp Algebra II. I have to do a better job of advocating for thinking mathematically and persevering through problems. 111 more words

Alright. We’re back online. I know it’s been a while.

This year, it’s time to really revamp Algebra II. I have to do a better job of advocating for thinking mathematically and persevering through problems. 111 more words

**The Context for My Lesson**

This lesson is written for the same class of 8th graders who were described in the previous two blog posts. The lesson is part of a unit on proportional relationships, lines, linear equations and simultaneous linear equations. 1,736 more words

**Th****e Context for My Lesson**

This lesson is part of a unit on radicals and integer exponents as outlined by North Carolina Public Schools’ Standard Course of Study for Mathematics (2016, p.22). 1,899 more words

The Context for my Lesson

This lesson is tailored for a 8th Grade English Language Arts classroom with Academically and Intellectually gifted students. It is made up of students who excel in the English Language Arts classroom, who need more thought provoking instruction. 1,556 more words

This fall I will be doing my student teaching at Apple Valley Middle School in a sixth grade social studies class. 2,407 more words

This lesson was written for students in a sixth grade social studies class at Apple Valley Middle School (AVMS) in Hendersonville, NC. 3,615 more words

**The Context for this Lesson**

Like the other two lessons that I have included in this portfolio, this lesson was written for a sixth grade class at Apple Valley Middle School in Hendersonville, NC. 4,729 more words