Hello. My name is Kim Hefty and I live in Sammamish, Washington. For the past 24 years I have taught all levels of high school mathematics. 14 years ago I started a private tutoring business. .
I also have 2 children ages 15 and 24. My daughter graduated from Elon University in North Carolina. My son plays competitive golf and premiere soccer so most of my weekends are spent at either soccer or golf tournaments.
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Follow up to Blogging Activity for Algebra: Create equations that describe numbers or relationships. CCSS.Math.Content.HSA.CED.A.1 BLOG PROMPT : Create equations and inequalities in one variable and use them to solve problems. You may include equations arising from linear and quadratic … Continue reading
Blogging Activity: Using Blogs to Create a Final Exam Study Guide for Algebra Blogging is a platform that allows students to think about their Math work. For this activity a class blog will be set up using Edublogs. The … Continue reading
Create a plan for your own personal blogging for the next two months (i.e., August and September). Your plan should include: the types of entries you plan to post the specific dates that you will post each entry the topic/theme … Continue reading
Logs & Exponents Here is part of my PowerPoint Asynchronous Lesson, created for EdTech 521. I created a PowerPoint, then recorded the audio separately, embedded it into the presentation, then saved it as a movie and finally uploaded it to … Continue reading
A guest blog entry could take the form of any kind of blog entry. So it could be a links entry or discussion question entry or a commentary entry or a list entry or anything really. The key is that … Continue reading
Is Algebra Necessary? The truth is that you really do not “need” algebra unless you plan to teach it or use it in a scientific profession. According to an opinion piece by Andrew Hacker in the New York Times, A … Continue reading
al·ge·bra ˈaljəbrə/ noun noun: algebra the part of mathematics in which letters and other general symbols are used to represent numbers and quantities in formulae and equations. a system of algebra based on given axioms. Some numbers, such as your … Continue reading