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Squarehead Teachers: Interesting article on the value of and best approach to teaching math facts. What do you think? Math Teacher, Math Classroom, Teaching Math, Teaching Ideas, Maths, Teacher Stuff, Teacher Sayings, Creative Teaching, Classroom Ideas

Are Basic Math Facts Worth Teaching?

New to Squarehead Teachers? Welcome! :-) Connect with me via Facebook, Pinterest, Bloglovin’ or Twitter! When I first heard about this article, I was amazed. What? Not teach kids to memorize …

When Differentiation Feels Impossible: The challenges of differentiating in the math classroom are many! Math Teacher, Math Classroom, Teaching Math, Maths, Math Math, Classroom Ideas, Teacher Tips, Multiplication, Math Strategies

When Differentiation Feels Impossible

I know that differentiation is SO important. I know it is the right thing to do. But sometimes it is SO difficult to make sure I am meeting the needs of all learners. Right now we’re pluggin…

High Heels in High School: Quadratic Functions Foldable. Modify for linear equations. Math Teacher, Math Classroom, Teaching Math, Teaching Ideas, Classroom Ideas, School Teacher, Teacher Stuff, Maths Algebra, Math 2

Quadratic Functions Foldable

I've been meaning to share this foldable for a couple weeks now, but I finally decided to do it now because I was just on Pinterest and noti...

My memory for this kind of thing was much better back in high school, but this still could have been helpful for those pesky reference angles! Cool Math For Kids, Love Math, Fun Math, Math Games, Math Activities, Maths, Math Teacher, Math Classroom, Teaching Math

Trig Reference Angle Cheat Hand

Observe... Flip down the finger that corresponds to the angle whose sine and cosine you need. The number of fingers to the left gives you the sine, and the number of fingers to the right gives you the cosine. So if you flip down your index finger which corresponds to 30 degrees... there is one finger to the left. $sin{(30)}=\frac{\sqrt{1}}{2}$ and there are three fingers to the right. $cos{(30)}=\frac{\sqrt{3}}{2}$ Try it for the fingers that correspond to the other reference angles. For…

Trig identities are easier to memorize using colors. Math Teacher, Math Classroom, Teaching Math, Future Classroom, I Love Math, Fun Math, Maths, Ap Calculus, Calculus Notes

How to Memorize Trig Identities – Free Download!

Trig identities are a bear to memorize. But with this color coded free download, they're just a bit easier!

It's all fun and games until someone divides by zero. Friends don't let friends divide by zero and implode the universe. Great gift or tshirt for the scientifically and mathematically conscious. Math Puns, Math Memes, Math Humor, Teacher Humor, Maths, Algebra Humor, Teacher Stuff, Science Jokes, Nerd Humor

Dividing By Zero Is Not A Game Poster

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Watch this fun animation of the various radian measurements around a circle. helps to remember radian measures. Math Teacher, Math Classroom, Teaching Math, Teaching Ideas, Teacher Stuff, Math Strategies, Math Resources, Math Lesson Plans, Math Lessons

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Can your students remember standard reference angles in radians? Use regular counting and this animated graphic to help them!

Having a lesson on how to properly use graphing calculators would increase accuracy in the classroom. Also, knowing what your calculator can do is really helpful for tricky problems. This is a technology we do not look far enough into. Algebra Help, Math Help, Algebra 2, Learn Math, Teaching Technology, Teaching Math, Maths, College Math, College Life

6 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do With Your Graphing Calculator

Now you can do more than just type "HELLO" upside down. Here are six fun things to do with your graphing calculator.