This lesson is on the Distributive Property of Numbers. There is a brief introduction of what the distributive property is using real world applications. After a few example problems are worked out, students are put together in groups to work on a worksheet while the teacher takes the time to assess each student. Attached to this lesson plan is a worksheet, the notes, and homework.
This lesson is on the Associative and Commutative Properties of Numbers. This lesson begins with a podcast informing students of what their class schedule consists of as they fill out the given checklist. They then take out their whiteboards to participate in the PowerPoint Presentation. Lastly, students begin an activity on the laptops to help them remember and organize the Properties of Numbers. Attached to this lesson plan is the checklist sheet, the PowerPoint Presentation, the activity sheet, and the activity key.
This lesson plan is on Adding and Subtracting Polynomials. Students will be using laptops for the beginning of the lesson to watch videos and formalize their own understanding of adding and subtracting polynomials. Once they complete their first task, they then discuss their findings with peers to develop a broad understanding of the topic. Lastly, students pull out their whiteboards to participate in the practice. Attached with this lesson plan are notes, Khan Academy Homework video, homework skeletal notes, and Regents Homework questions. I also have attached a formative assessment to see if students understood the material presented and whether the lesson was successful.
Fluency in Technology
Jan 2014 - Present
SUNY at Albany
- Full time education, completely online
- 21st century teaching and learning skills with implementation of technology in classrooms
Aug 2010 - Dec 2013
- Graduated with honors cum laude: GPA 3.48
- Mathematics along with education classes teaching classroom management skills