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Trever Reeh
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teacher and life long learner.
teacher and life long learner.

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3 Act Task: Bacteria Growth
Act 1: How many bacteria are there in 300 minutes? Act 2: Pause the video at 0:00 time frame. There is 1 bacteria at 0 minutes. Pause the video again at 0:01 time frame, when there is 2 bacteria at 38 minutes. Pause the video again at 0:04 time frame, when ...
3 Act Task: Bacteria Growth
3 Act Task: Bacteria Growth
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My #1TMCThing
I've been going back and forth on what my takeaways from the conference were, because every session I went to felt like I took something away. I have been going to quite a few different conferences mostly around the state of Nebraska and went to ISTE last y...
My #1TMCThing
My #1TMCThing
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"The Grasshopper and the Ant" teach Exponents
What do you notice, what do you wonder when you see this image? It looks cold, how do you know which one is the ant? Which one is the grasshopper? Which one looks warmer? How do you think the discussion is going? Next have the students read the fable that i...
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Ruth and the Taco Cart
I love Dan Meyer's Taco Cart if you have never heard of it, here is the task it is great it is wonderful. http://threeacts.mrmeyer.com/tacocart/ We were recently doing this activity in Algebra 2, because I love how it uses the Pythagorean Theorem and one of...
Ruth and the Taco Cart
Ruth and the Taco Cart
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3 ACT Task: Beat The Freeze: Circumference
Midseason form 😎❄️ pic.twitter.com/1i9N8ykeDf — The Freeze (@BeatTheFreeze) March 29, 2018 The Situation:   During Atlanta Braves games, one fan has a chance to race "The Freeze." Who is the first to reach the end? Act 1: First 10 Second of the Video: The ...
3 ACT Task: Beat The Freeze: Circumference
3 ACT Task: Beat The Freeze: Circumference
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Peer Teaching with ELL Students
I have been teaching one student who is an English language learner who came to me at semester how to add and subtract proper fractions for the past three days. Everyday they come in I feel like I am starting from square one each day. I tried teaching by on...
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Orthographic Projection with Merge Cube
Merge Cube has been a hit with stores like Walmart offering the simple flexible cubes for a dollar a piece. Merge cube is a simple way to get students using augmented reality in a QR code way. Students scan the Merge Cube with an app and a magical world app...
Orthographic Projection with Merge Cube
Orthographic Projection with Merge Cube
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Graphing Polynomials Using Vases 📈🏺
Polynomials is one of the hardest sections to teach, over the past four years I have acquired different handouts, activities, lessons, and tasks for Algebra 2 students and almost no material for the section on polynomials. Adding, subtracting, multiplying, ...
Graphing Polynomials Using Vases
Graphing Polynomials Using Vases
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Transversal Tag 🏃
One of my favorite geometry activities I did this year was Transversal Tag. I set up the gym so it had the pattern of a transversal, like the picture below: Students were randomly assigned a number 1-8 and then a tagger was randomly chosen. I am sure this g...
Transversal Tag
Transversal Tag
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Head's Up: Review Game 🗣️
Head's Up! is a game of charades where the person puts their iPad or iPhone on their head and the audience performs and nods down for correct and backwards for pass. For students this was one of the best review games we used for vocabulary for geometry. Stu...
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