Derivative InfoNotes are ready. Intro to derivatives is a beefy chapter. I broke my lessons up into two days sometimes and we did a lot of review during the unit. Just reminder, this is an Intro to Calculus class and doesn't involve Trig. You are always welcome to change these slides to fit your needs… Continue reading Derivatives InfoNotes

# Author: Mandi

## Digital Math Puzzle

You can google search these math puzzles on paper. My students love to do them but I wanted a way for students to be able to self check so I created a Google Sheets version. I have provide the template below and I will walk you through each step to change your questions and answers.… Continue reading Digital Math Puzzle

## Limits infoNotes

I know I post infoNotes all the time and I explained why I use them the very first time I shared. Since it's been a minute, let me share they WHY of my infoNotes. In Universal Design for Learning, representation matters. Here is a quote from the UDL guidelines about representation. Learners differ in the… Continue reading Limits infoNotes

## Pre-Calculus Info Notes

I'm teaching a semester long Intro to Calculus class this year. Trig is not a pre-requisite so there is no trig in the problems but we go through the basic idea of limits and derivatives. We also go through the Pre-Calculus unit to brush up on all the skills needed to be successful. I wanted… Continue reading Pre-Calculus Info Notes

## Google Sheets Lock Template

This is a fun activity that could be used to check practice answers (my intent for this) or to add to a digital escape room or just a fun warm-up activity if you only have a few problems. I get requests from teachers all the time about how to create an activity where the student… Continue reading Google Sheets Lock Template

## Circle Theorem InfoNotes & Activities

Circle theorems are one of those topics in Geometry that don't have a lot of application but is a great unit to "think" about math. I don't give a test over this unit, I have my students write a choose your own adventure story (linked below) to demonstrate their understanding. I also have explorations and… Continue reading Circle Theorem InfoNotes & Activities

## Surface Area & Volume infoNotes

Here is another set of infoNotes and activities I use for a unit. Area App Before we begin surface area and volume, we make area apps to review area formulas. This is a fun activity and students really enjoy doing it. infoNotes SA Prisms & Cylinders SA Pyramids & Cones Volume of Solids SA and… Continue reading Surface Area & Volume infoNotes

## Trig InfoNotes & Activities

I know I am behind where most of you are getting these activities out. I will try to get the remaining InfoNotes posted soon so you have them to use. I will be teaching this using the Building Thinking Classrooms (Peter Liljedahl) approach. I really stretched my brain to come up with ways to do… Continue reading Trig InfoNotes & Activities

## Triangle Similarity InfoNotes

Here are my InfoNotes for the Triangle Similarity unit. For anyone who is stumbling upon this post, I use this as part of my choice options for learning. I pair it with videos and give students the read or watch choice. In my current classroom, these are house in additional resources. We do most of… Continue reading Triangle Similarity InfoNotes

## Assessment Corrections

Do you allow students to retake assessments? Do you allow them to correct to earn credit back? I have done both and I there are pros and cons for each. Not allowing students the opportunity to learn from their mistakes and improve demonstrates to the student that the information was not important enough to learn.… Continue reading Assessment Corrections