The Scope, the Official STEMscopes Blog

All Students Are Created Equally and Differently: Addressing Diverse Learning Styles in the Science Classroom

Posted by Perry Scopes on October 12, 2018

Imagine you are a middle school student challenged with the phenomenon, “What causes rainbows?” in your science classroom.

Your preferred learning style might be to watch a video depicting the dispersion of colors within a prism. Your friend would rather read an explanation; another classmate prefers to draw a diagram, while another would like to learn through experimentation with the frequency of light and refraction.

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Topics: VARK model, Neil Fleming, learning styles, VARK, positive student learning and behavior, comprehension and motivation, science classroom, diverse learning styles

STEMscopes Announces Exciting Fall 2018 Product Updates

Posted by Amanda McGee on September 20, 2018

Everyone at STEMscopes has been hard at work over the summer to improve the online application, so take a look below to learn more about what has been updated. Many of these improvements came from your feedback, and we thank you for sharing your thoughts on how to make our curriculum better!

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