Member Spotlight

Do you know an SCCTM Member that deserves the spotlight? Well here is your opportunity to turn the spotlight on them. Every educator in South Carolina deserves accolades. The Executive Board of SCCTM would like to highlight educators in our monthly emails and the MathMate Journal that have made an impact, big or small. This could be a project, activity, collaboration, good deed, etc. We want our members to know and benefit from all the happenings across the state. Using the link below please provide a few details that can be included if selected to be a spotlight. Spotlight Form 

Member Spotlight for September

IngridScott-HJSHS - Eugene Bellamy.jpgMiss Ingrid M. Scott currently serves as Instructional Coach of Hardeeville Jr-Sr High School in Jasper County, SC. Over the course of the week, Miss Scott provides meaningful, engaging professional development for teachers, and she also provides thorough feedback for teachers based on their lesson plans. As a member of the school leadership team, Miss Scott often observes classrooms, engaging in the teaching and learning with students and providing refinements and reinforcements for teachers. When asked, Miss Scott assists in the development of lessons and supports district math curriculum guide development. Miss Scott, also, serves as a substitute math instructor from time to time. Although her background is elementary and middle school math, Miss Scott assists with supporting and teaching high school math, as well. It goes without saying that Miss Scott is a jewel for her school community. She is a true model and asset for her school and the JCSD system-at-large.

Ms. Scott was nominated by Eugene Bellamy Jr.

Member Spotlight for April

Ashley Seats, middle level math teacher at Meadow Glen Middle, led her Math Counts team to a first place victory at their state competition. An 8th grade student from the team also placed first individually and will be heading to the national competition in Florida!

Ashley was nominated by Megan Freiburger

Member Spotlight for March