# Transformation in math

Essential info: I’m 25 and in the past 3 years, I have had 3 very different teaching experiences. This year I am teaching at a Catholic school in New York. Each day I teach 6th grade math, 7th grade math, 8th grade math, Integrated Algebra (9th grade math for my 8th grade math nerds), 6th grade science/health and 7th grade science/health. If you were counting, that is 6 different classes each day! To top off the math and science overload, I have my M. Ed in Literacy.

Thinking Maps :: I began using these last year with great results! We loved using them to organize our thinking and they became an important part of our classroom toolkit. I'm looking forward to using them from the start this year.

Reflections on what teaching experience brings: Looking for problems in the set-up or structure of my lesson when it feels like everyone is failing because of my terrible teaching. Knowing that it's okay to quit doing something that isn't working. Seeking out my students opinions first on how to fix or change things in their classroom....

School of Fisher - 8th and 9th grade Algebra and Geometry

The Tutor House: Tutor Organization Series: Paperless Tutoring

Graphing Transformations: Reflections Looking for extra practice on drawing and reflecting shapes on a coordinate plane? Then, you've found the rig...

Transformation has a special meaning in math. How to reflect, translate, rotate in math...

misscalcul8: Made 4 Math #19 Parent Functions and Transformations - several great handouts, activities, and foldables all provided in .doc for download

Reflections of a High School Math Teacher: Using Pipe Cleaners for Transformations of Graphs in High School Math Class

The students created Transformation Cubes in order to take notes on the four types of transformations in math (dilation, rotation, reflection, and translation). Each side of the foldable has the de...

Transformations can be so difficult for students to visualize. It’s really important for middle and high school students to engage in hands-on activities that facilitate a concrete understanding of the topics, without simply memorizing some rules. Click to read about four strategies to consider when planning your transformations unit including discovery lessons, activities, and games to teach reflections, rotations, translations, and dilations. By Free to Discover.

Bring back the childhood game of Go Fish! Practice or review transformations of parent functions with your students in a way they will never forget. The Math Lab

graphing radical functions (square root and cube root functions using transformations) and solving radical equations from the miss jude math! TPT shop This resource is free, but all purchases fund scholarships for youth in need!

graphing radical functions (square root and cube root functions using transformations) and solving radical equations from the miss jude math! TPT shop This resource is free, but all purchases fund scholarships for youth in need!

Transformations Task Cards with QR Codes!Get your students involved with practicing Transformations! All four types are included: Reflections, Rotations, Translations, and Dilations. This is a great activity that can be used in Math Centers, as individual work, or as a group activity!

mathisfun.com: Interactive Cartesian Coordinates. This is a great tool to learn about the coordinate grid. It can label the quadrants, plot ordered pairs, draw lines between points, and can be used to show transformations in math--like a reflection over the x axis.