Teacher Writer Spotlight: Stephanie Even

Stephanie Even has been with STEMscopes since June of 2017, making this her fourth year with the curriculum writing team! And...


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Tags: science, teacher writers

Understanding Focus, Rigor, and Depth

When it comes to math education, we all want the same thing: students who are confident critical thinkers and problem solvers....


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Which Way is Right? Problem-Solving in Mathematics

The Mona Lisa is surprisingly, almost shockingly, small. Yet its far-reaching influence has made it synonymous with greatness....


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Tags: mathematical reasoning, math, real world connection

Teacher Writer Spotlight: Katy Grose

After teaching fifth-grade science for over six years, in addition to teaching multiple other subjects to third-, fifth-, and...


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How Schools Will Spend HR 133 and ARP Funding

Introduction


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Tags: math, distance learning, equity

The American Rescue Plan and What It Includes

Introduction


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Tags: math, distance learning, equity

Meet Jenny Stallworth
By Admin May 10, 2021

Meet Jenny Stallworth

Jenny Stallworth is a dynamo of an educator. She has taught almost all STEM subjects, homeschooled her four children from...


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This month we celebrated two special holidays, Mother’s Day and Teacher Appreciation Day. We invited students and teachers across...


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Tags: science, distance learning, "STEM",

At this point, most teachers, parents, and school administrators have heard about   pandemic-related learning loss. Learning...


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Throughout this past year, COVID-19 has reminded us that things don’t always go according to plan. The pandemic has required many...


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