## How To Teach Trigonometric Ratios for Retention

If you want to teach trigonometric ratios, here are 3 quick methods every geometry teacher needs to know.   Method #1: Connect Trig Ratios To What The Students Already Understand Here's the big thing geometry teachers must...

## How to Teach Transformations with These Ready To Use Free Resources

I love teaching transformations. It's so fun to get visual with the students and allow them to see the world around them with new vocabulary and new appreciation. Take a look around for examples Transformations are everywhere. I like to ask the students to brainstorm...

## The Statistics Resources Roundup

So after the last blog post all about functions (if you missed it, you can find it here), I received a few asking about statistics. So I thought I would do another round-up for you. Every resource mentioned is free below. Enjoy! Before I begin, feel free to email me...

I have been getting a lot of emails regarding functions. How to teach them in a way that helps students to understand and remember what they are and why they are so important in mathematics (and science and computers and...)So, I thought I would share some previous...

## Do you really need to cut sarcasm out of your classroom?

Humor is good, right? Sarcasm is so easy. It is fun to get a laugh. It certainly had a place in our home growing up and within my extended family too. I brought it with me as a teacher in my classroom. Humor is good, right? My embarrassment What I didn't realize...

## Even on your worst days

You may have noticed this post on Facebook Page recently. (If not, feel free to like our page. We would love for you to join us!) One of the comments really made me think. "This is supposed to be encouraging...but I feel that it’s most truly an indictment on our...

## The fastest path to teaching math vocabulary [angle definitions lesson plan]

Do your students often forget the definitions that they need to understand to be successful in geometry? If so, this blog post is for you. We will use angle definitions specifically to address this topic.

Emergency lesson plans are a great way to be sure that if you need to be out of your classroom, your students will continue to learn and grow even when you are not there or there are other situations.There are three different times that I use emergency lesson plans...