# High school math teacher

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### I've written a lot about the benefits I've seen come from hanging student work and math reference materials. But I didn't always have my classroom walls covered. It wasn't until a few years after my first year teaching that I started decorating my classroom. Here's a photo of one of the first anchor charts I made for my students-- a poster for the Quadratic Formula. That first year, most of my posters were made out of poster board and cut colored paper. As the years went on and the colors…

Jessie L saved to Teacher supplies

### This is the fifth installment in the Everything You Ever Wanted To Know about Using Exit Tickets in your Math Classroom blogging series. If you haven’t already, check out the first four posts and t…

Jordan Kapfer saved to School year 6

### This year I set up my notebooks pretty similar to last year's with some minor changes. For the covers, students used cardstock and a pre-made class label. They had to put 5 numbers that represented them. After they were finished, I covered them with some clear plastic covers I found at Five Below. It was kind of like laminating/contact paper in one, but much easier to work with and thicker. I had bought it hoping to make a cabinet dry erase when I discovered they were actually clear. That…

Annie Browen saved to 5th Grade Classroom

### How do you use make and use guided notes in the high school math classroom? This post explains the how and why to use guided notes.

Debbie Guertin Carver saved to Literacy Group

### This site is dedicated to math education for middle school and high school math teachers. You will find free ideas, lessons, videos, resources and more!

Mandy Emery saved to classroom!

### I love finding first day of school math activities! These back to school activities are perfect for middle school or high school math.

Jackie Michele saved to Middle school

### When I taught math in Boston my classroom was next to a Geometry teacher who had a math word wall that spread just about floor to ceiling. At the time I thought it was a bit extreme. I mean, aren't high school kids a little old for so many visuals? Did they really need all that? part of an Algebra Word Wall Well, my teacher neighbor went on to become Teacher of the Year and I went on to realize how powerful math word walls are - especially those that show math vocabulary in context. free…

Reba Robinson saved to Classroom Inspirations