Center for Enhancing Education in Mathematics and Sciences

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2017 NASBR Teaching Workshop (October 21st)

The North American Society for Bat Research (NASBR) meets annually throughout North America. Bat biologists attend the NASBR meeting to share their research data and information with colleagues throughout North America and beyond. NASBR taps into this body of expertise […]

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2017 Geospatial Academy

Secondary science, math, STEM, CTE, and social studies teachers, academic coaches, and administrators who work with students in grades 6-12 are welcome to apply and attend the 2017 Geospatial Academy. The 2017 Geospatial Academy is a seven-day professional development opportunity […]

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Supporting Family STEM Nights

The Math Counts Project is supporting elementary and middle schools across Campbell County (TN) to host their first series of Family STEM Nights (7 this semester).  In supporting these schools, the Math Counts Team hosted two after-school professional developments on […]

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My Calculus Project

In part of CEEMS Community Mathematics Project, CEEMS Director Dr. Lynn Hodge and Dr. Jeneva Clark, of the UTK Mathematics Department, have teamed up for the “My Calculus” Project. This project aims to teach undergraduate Calculus through social justice themed […]

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CEEMS Talks Research at TN STEM Conference

CEEMS Director Lynn Hodge and TPTE Graduate Assistants Ashley Walther and Michael Lawson attended this year’s 11th Annual Tennessee STEM Research Conference in Murfreesboro, TN.  The purpose of the conference is to engage researchers and collaborators across the state in […]

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Following Up with Tennessee Math Teachers

This school year Tennessee K-12 math teachers are taking time out of their weekends gain new resources and reflect on their practice at professional developments led by the Math Counts team.  These professional development opportunities are a follow-up to intensive […]

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