Hello, and welcome to my final project for my Masters in education technology from central michigan university.
through this webpage, you will see what I have created to help my students through one of our longest units of the year. Linear equations, although taught throughout middle school, is one of the first units that we complete in Algebra I. Many of our students begin to realize that the skills they develop in this unit will apply throughout the year.
This project provides users with a plan (along with Unit Objectives & Common Core STandards), video lessons (with guided notes to help follow along, Practice, blog use (for student participation and involvement in the course), assessments, how the unit is graded, and a resource page provided by myself.
My main idea is that this unit is used as a virtual or flipped classroom, where students can utilize and learn outside of the classroom independently. I hope that you find this virtual unit interesting and as useful as I find it. With the great quantity of technology and involvement of student participation, I feel that it is a great resource for teachers, students, and even schools to have access to in order to help students.
My name is Nichole Wouters. I am currently in my fourth year of teaching Mathematics here at Chippewa Valley High School in Clinton Township, MI. As a graduate of Chippewa Valley Schools, I am very happy to be back working in the district that I love and extremely proud to be a Big Red!
During my four years of teaching at CVHS I have taught Algebra I, Algebra II/2AB, Geometry, and Math Focus. I absolutely love teaching and look forward to another year with students that are eager to learn.
I received my Bachelor of Science in Secondary Mathematics Education with a Minor in History from Wayne State University and my Masters in Education Technology at Central Michigan University.
In addition to teaching; I am the Algonquin Middle School 8th Grade Head Volleyball Coach. I am also a Ninth Grade Class Co-Adviser for the class of 2019. Being a positive role model and helping students show leadership is important.