geometry

Undefined Terms INB Pages

This last week saw my Geometry classes finish off our introductory Reasoning and Logic unit, which means we're ready to go with setting up the basic building blocks of geometry: the Undefined Terms. I took similar notes last year, but they were constrained to a table on half a letter…

SBG Skill Lists 2017-18

Let's cut to the chase. Here are my units with SBG skills (and alignment to the Oklahoma Academic Standards) for both Geometry and Algebra 2: geometry units.pdf algebra 2 units.pdf Last year was my first year teaching under the American system, with brand new standards as well. There…

My first year. Again.

Two weeks to go. Do you remember what it was like to be a first year teacher? I do. I remember it really well, because I feel like I've lived through it again. It turns out that starting a teaching career again in a new country is really hard. But…

Building Equations... Again

I'm teaching again! There's so much that I can share about the start of my new job, but for now I just really want to blog about lesson ideas. So let's do that. In Geometry we're going through our introductory review unit. I wanted to see what my students' algebraic…

Planning Geometry Notes

I'll be teaching Geometry for the first time this year. Actually, everything is for the first time this year, as I've never taught discrete high school math subjects before*. It feels like I'm starting from scratch with my planning. I've already posted my list of Geometry units and skills, mapped…

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…

Geometry Units and Skills

First, the good news. I have a teaching job lined up for this August! While I can't go into details about it quite yet (partly because I'm not sure of some of the details myself), I'm pretty certain I'll be teaching Geometry some of the time. Having to start planning…

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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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