Stephen Lewis

Assistant Professor
Degrees
BS-Mathematics, The Ohio State University (2005); BS-Psychology, The Ohio State University (2008); M.Ed.-Mathematics Education, The Ohio State University (2009); Ph.D.-Mathematics Education, The Ohio State University (2018)
Year Appointed
2019
Courses
Fall 2019
  • Technology in the Classroom
  • Culture and Language in the Classroom
  • Math Methods
  • Middle Childhood Math Methods
  • Middle Childhood Science Methods
  • Assessment
Courses
Spring 2020
  • Technology in the Classroom
  • Culture and Language in the Classroom
  • AYA Math Methods
  • Middle Childhood Math Methods
  • Middle Childhood Science Methods
  • Assessment

Biography

Stephen Lewis was born in Des Plains, Illinois, but spent most of his life in Central Ohio. He attended Hilliard City Schools, and following his graduation from high school he pursued degrees in Mathematics, Psychology, and Education at The Ohio State University. Lewis completed his Ph.D in Mathematics Education at The Ohio State University in 2018 where he studied teacher scaffolding in mathematical modeling tasks.

Lewis has spent his professional career as a middle/high school mathematics teacher, a developer STEM curriculum, an educational researcher, and as a college instructor. Lewis' current research interests involve fostering student learning within mathematical modeling tasks, as well as teacher development in STEM education. Lewis has presented his research at both national and international conferences and has published papers on the teaching and learning of mathematical modeling and applications.

Lewis and his wife, Annie, have three children, Lindsey, Michael, and Jimmy. In his spare time, Lewis enjoys tabletop and digital gaming.