Geometry Symbols Posters

Firstly, my recent exciting news that I don't think I've blogged about yet:

  • I have a job at the same school as my wife! :D
  • I have my own classroom! This was in doubt for a while, as it seemed I might need to be a roaming teacher (which didn't bother me that much, because we all had to roam when I was in Australia.) But people got shifted around, and it turned out there was a room free.
  • My teaching certification for Oklahoma finally came through last week!

The result of all that is that I'm teaching Geometry and Algebra 2 next year, and I have an empty classroom with no posters. Well, had an empty classroom. I'm working on that. :)

Here's my set of Geometry Symbols posters. Sorry about the glare. I've never taught "Geometry" as a single subject before. In Australia, maths is still integrated through high school, so there's just a little bit of geometry each year. So I found it very useful going through the units I have planned, figuring out what specialized symbols students will need to learn to take Geometry as a class. And putting them onto posters helps add a bit more color to my room.

Downloads are here:

Font is Arvo.

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Shaun used to be maths, IT and ocassional physics teacher at a small P-12 school (primary and secondary) in rural Victoria, Australia. He is currently in the process of starting his career again in the United States.

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