So far, my students love solving equations and solving inequalities. I mean they literally love it. They tell me over and over how much fun these problems are. I couldn't be a happier teacher...
I got a chance to share with all the teachers in my building about interactive notebooks last week. I will write more about this opportunity later, but it was an amazing experience. I could have talked about foldables and graphic organizers and ideas for hours. I'm so excited that other teachers are going to try to implement foldables and more interactive learning strategies in their classrooms!
In other news, I am incredibly behind in blogging. I still need to blog about how I taught integer operations as well as solving equations. I should really reflect on how my Algebra 2 and College Algebra courses are going. I want to blog about the review auction game I played with my Algebra 1 students and how I've been using the idea of clock partners with my Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 students. Then, I have posts planned about bellwork and exit tickets and interactive notebooks in general. Seriously, when do you guys find enough time to blog about everything you want to?
|I used Sarah @ Everybody is a Genius' brilliant notes over combining like terms.|
|Steps for Solving Multi-Step Equations (I used the flow chart available here.)|
|Inside of Graphing Inequalities Foldable|
|Steps for Graphing Inequalities Notes|
|Solving 1 and 2 Step Inequality Notes. I'm not too thrilled with this page.|
|Compound Inequalities Notes|
|Compound Inequalities Foldable (Outside)|
|Compound Inequalities Foldable (Inside)|
|Compound Inequality Notes|