Don't you like networking with other teachers in your same subject? What about reading articles about what matters to you - what you teach? If you answered yes to those questions, then you would love to join the Algebra 1 Teachers website. It provides teachers with lesson plans and assessments and training. Check it out.
I know of a few teachers who struggle with lesson plan ideas, especially for math. This site provides lesson plans on various high school math concepts. Some of the lessons include Geometry, Calculus, Algebra, and a few other math subjects. If it works for you and you know of a teacher who could use this resource, please pass it on.
Do you have students who struggle as they deal with High School Algebra numbers, measurement, algebra, exponents, inequalities, linear equations, quadratic equations, polynomials, sets, functions, and graphs? I know a few students who struggle in these areas. This resources provides a Algebra curriculum that addresses skills in each area listed above. Each skill has resources to help improve that skill. This would be a great website to provide students with reinforcement.
In this video from the Teaching Channel, student groups learn about expressions using rotations. Many of us think of ""Stations"" as an elementary teaching strategy but with a little planning and preparation, this could be just what your middle or high school students need to achieve! This is a must try!
Are you a visual learner who wants to help their students achieve more in algebraic representations and reasoning this year? If you answered yes to this question, then this resource is for you. It takes the practical guide listed above from the What Works Clearinghouse and provides a visual overview. As the clearinghouse name says, we have to do what works for our students and ourselves. Check this resource out, especially for you visual learners.
Do you find it hard to come up with strategies to teach Algebraic representations or reasoning to your students? From the What Works Clearinghouse, this resource is a guide to help teachers teach Algebra to middle and high school students. It provides three recommendations that includes the steps and solutions to problems that may occur. This is a great resource for a teacher who wants to improve their math instruction. Try it out.