Mrs. Stephanie Dickson
Office Hours: Monday 6:55-7:20 AM / Thursday 2:15-3:00 PM
-Two 100-page spiral notebooks, one for each semester
(Must have a plastic cover and be 3-hole punched)
-Glue stick or tape (recommended: Glue Tape)
(Students must bring an adhesive every day)
-1 Set Ink Joy Colored Pens or 4 different colored pens
-1 Black White Board Marker (please no red markers)
B.A. in Biology from Scripps College
M.A. in Biology from UCLA
Teaching Assistant at UCLA in Animal Environmental Physiology
Middle School Science Teacher for 8 Years
High School Science Teacher for 2 Years
My goal is to nurture tomorrow’s scientists by serving as a guide who encourages the natural curiosity of human form and function. In my classroom, students are encouraged to be part of a positive and encouraging community of learning. Our anatomy and physiology classroom utilizes an engaging variety of instructional methods to ensure that every learner has the opportunity to excel. Each of my students is a unique and important member of our classroom who will feel safe while diving into new academic challenges that will continue their growth as future scientists.
I grew up in Los Angeles, California and moved to Arizona in 2007. I attended Scripps College, an all-women’s college in Claremont, California where I majored in Biology. During my Master’s degree at UCLA, I conducted field research on baby desert tortoises. The data I collected has been included in a study that was published in 2015 in the peer-reviewed scientific journal, Herpetological Conservation and Biology. I have enjoyed teaching science to middle school students for eight years, but I am looking forward to teaching high school Anatomy and Physiology! In my free time, I like to play board games and spend time with my two daughters.