February and 3rd quarter are both quickly coming to an end. Pre-calculus students are in the middle of an exponential/logarithmic unit. When we are done with this unit, we will finish the year studying trigonometric . . .
October is quickly passing. Pre-calculus students are nearing the end of a general study of the twelve basic functions. We will finish the unit looking at transformations of functions and will then test . . .
We are almost to the end of our first week in math class. Students are learning the routine of being where they are supposed to be and learning class expectations. I am trying to put names with new faces . . .
It has been an interesting winter trying to learn math concepts interrupted with snow days. We are finally testing over exponential functions in intermediate algebra II class and will begin a unit on . . .
As I am writing this, students are heading out to begin their Thanksgiving holiday. It feels good to stop and refresh with a much-needed break. When we return on Monday, our pre-calculus . . .
The calendar is screaming that the end of first semester is looming. It always seems surprising that time could go so quickly. In 8th grade math class we just finished . . .