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All about Mrs. King

I am Mrs. King. This is my first year at MVMS and I am very excited to get this year underway. I bring a variety of unique experiences with me and I have spent the last three years working with students in grades K-8. I have two Master's Degrees from the University of New Hampshire and Southern New Hampshire University. My husband and I have two boys who keep us very busy outside of work. 

I encourage my students to share their ideas and be actively engaged in the learning process. I want my students to bring their ideas and interests into class so we can see how anything can be connected to math. I look forward to meeting all of my students this year!

What We Are Learning

  • This Week's Lessons This week we are wrapping up Topic 3. We have learned about Numeric and Algebraic Expressions. Over the past few weeks we worked with exponents, greatest common factors and least common multiples. We also learned how to write and evaluate numerical expressions. We are at that point where all of our lessons are building upon our previous lessons and we are combining various skills. Those students that have struggled with their addition, subtraction, multiplication and division in the past are finding this new material a bit more difficult.  As always I encourage continued practice on those skills if they are not mastered.  As we did with Topic 1 and 2 after we are completing an end of unit assessment before ...
    Posted Apr 12, 2017, 5:33 AM by Rebecca King
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enVisions 2.0

We are excited to be using the enVisions 2.0 math program for the first time this year in the middle school. The program focuses on real-world connections with mathematics. The program includes print student editions, digital student editions, virtual manipulatives, and access to a variety of additional digital resources. 

All students have an account on Pearson Realize at (https://www.pearsonrealize.com/). In math class we will give out each students individual username and password. The digital tools that students have access to are their math book, glossary, virtual manipulatives, “virtual nerd” videos (reteaching opportunity as well as can be used when absent for a lesson), digital assignments (monitor growth and mastery), and mathXL (supported practice of a math topic).

Pearson Realize
usernames and passwords available from Mrs. King

Mrs. King's Teaching Schedule

Period 1: Planning
Period 2: Math
Period 3: Math
Period 4: Math
Period 5: Math
Period 6: Math
Period 7: Planning
Period 8: Guided Study