Research and Efficacy Studies

Why Schools Love Us

13/16 states showed statistically significant positive results
4-5.8% higher overall passing rates
+17% higher math proficiency rates

STEMscopes Science™

STEMscopes districts showed significant increases in the number of students passing their science standardized test

STEMscopes Math

Higher overall passing rates for STEMScopes math districts compared to non-STEMscopes districts

Math Nation

Higher proficiency rates at Title 1 schools frequently utilizing the Algebra Nation platform than those with low-usage

Explore Our Efficacy Research

With over 8 million students in STEM classrooms across the country, see how our framework drives real-world learning, inquiry, and results. Read about how STEMscopes teachers have made a lasting impact on student outcomes across the country.

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Foundational Research Behind Our STEM Programs

This framework provides an overview of our commitment to results-driven STEM programs that empower both educators and students through the use of research-based best practices and strategies.

Theoretical Foundation

Our educational philosophy is built on the foundation of the Constructivist Theory– empowering students to take command of their learning as active participants rather than passive observers.

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Guiding Principles of Best Practice

The essentials of best teaching practices to guide the 21st-century classroom in promoting inquiry and engagement.

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Teaching Model & Strategies

Research-backed and teacher-approved methods, techniques, and more for incorporating a constructivist approach to classroom learning.

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Overcoming Math Anxiety and the Fear of Math

Overcoming Math Anxiety and the Fear of Math

The national average for math proficiency in public schools is 47 percent. This leaves plenty of room for improvement, including figuring out how to properly address the challenges of math that can lead to anxiety. 

STEM Integration from Kindergarten to High School

STEM Integration from Kindergarten to High School

STEM education benefits students of all ages. With its universal importance, it is necessary to note that different strategies for STEM integration at the right time will ensure that students get the most out of STEM programs.

Game-Based Learning vs. Gamification: How to Use Both in the Classroom

Game-Based Learning vs. Gamification: How to Use Both in the Classroom

Games are highly motivating for everyone, including students. But you don’t have to turn your classroom into a game show or a video arcade to reap the benefits. Learn about the benefits of using both Game-based learning and Gamification in your classroom.

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