September 5, 2019—Publication
Read about Jodi Asbell-Clarke and Zoombinis mentioned in the latest APA Monitor on Psychology article "Games with Impact," about psychology-savvy video games that address health, education, and socio-emotional skills.
September 3, 2019—Announcement
Calling All STEM Teachers Of Grades 7 – 12 to participate in the Innovate to Mitigate Challenge!
August 30, 2019—Publication
Check out "Reflecting on Practice Through Action Research, The Zoo and Aquarium Action Research Collaborative" by Andee Rubin and Tracey Wright in Expanding Practice in Science Museums, Chapter 6.
August 9, 2019—Publication
Scott Pattison has a new chapter entitled "NISE (Nanoscale Informal Science Education) Net: Team-Based Inquiry" in Expanding Practice in Science Museums, pp 55-63.
August 1, 2019—Announcement
Registration is open for Investigations online courses that begin this fall. One focuses on Inv3, the other on supporting math learning (for users of any curriculum). Early bird pricing until September 1.
July 5, 2019—Announcement
NAWC2, a research project conducted by researchers at American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) and TERC, is looking for Native women and two-spirit individuals who are undergraduate students in computer science for a study for a stipend. Participate in the study. Check out the project website.
July 1, 2019—Announcement
The Storybook STEM project team is seeking input from researchers and educators who use children’s books as a tool to support STEM learning with preschool-age children and their families. Please share your expertise with this five-minute survey.
June 21, 2019—Announcement
Andee Rubin participated in the Presidential session panel discussion about fake news, social media, and how the learning sciences can respond at the International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning 2019 in Lyons, France.
June 20, 2019—Announcement
Going to ISTE 2019 in Philadelphia? TERC's Designing Biomimetic Robots project staff will be there. Stop by June 25, 4:00–6:00 pm, Level 4, Terrace Ballroom Lobby, Table 15.
June 3, 2019—Publication
Experimental and quasi-experimental designs in visitor studies: A critical reflection on three projects by Scott Pattison Josh Gutwill, Ryan Auster, & Mac Cannady in Visitor Studies, 22(1).
May 13, 2019—Press Release
TERC Hosts 5th Annual STEM for All Video Showcase, funded by NSF, to Broaden Participation and Access to STEM Education
April 25, 2019—Publication
TERC's Ibrahim Dahlstrom-Hakki is guest editor of Mind, Brain, and Education's Cyberlearning Special Issue
April 8, 2019—Article
Read the Education Week blog post from AERA about Project LEAP (Learning Early Algebra Progression). New research shows that students can understand and benefit from being introduced to algebraic concepts in elementary school.
April 1, 2019—Publication
TERC takes part in the Cambridge Science Festival. Zoombinis: A Game of Computational Thinking, April 18, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm.
February 14, 2019 —Announcement
Andee Rubin spoke at the Harvard Science Education Department Seminar Series about designing data science experiences for middle school youth. The full talk can be watched here.
January 24, 2019—Press Release
Six New Signing Glossary Apps Designed to Enhance Museum Access of Visitors Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
January 15, 2019—Press Release
Registration opens January 15th to be a presenter in the 2019 STEM for ALL Video Showcase, hosted by TERC and funded by NSF, addressing the theme Innovations in STEM Education.
December 19, 2018—Announcement
Building on Four Years of Success, The STEM for All Video Showcase Announces 2019 Dates
: Can you remember the moment that sparked your interest in science?
TERC's Scott Pattison looks at the importance of supporting children's science-related interest before they enter school, particularly those living in under resourced communities.
. “Contextualizing and Decontextualizing: Supporting Students to Visualize Mathematical Relationships.” 10/6/18 at 1:30 in Mtg Rm 16 of the CT Convention Center.
New Storytelling Math book published in English and Spanish! Clean Up, Up, Up! is a playful story that models engaging conversations between parent and child.
Focus on Energy and Sara Lacy's NSTA session featured in CADRE March newsletter
TERC Workshops at Cambridge Science Festival 2018. Storytelling Math and Zoombinis in STEAMworks@TERC
Teaching with Mathematical Argument: Strategies for Supporting Everyday Instruction
March 2, 2018—Announcement
Call for Diverse Picture Book Submissions at Charlesbridge, Storybooks, Diversity, and Math for ages 3–6
Charlesbridge and TERC are collaborating on an initiative to develop better math storybooks for children of all backgrounds.
The International Handbook of Research in Statistics Education, Series: Springer International Handbooks of Education. Dani Ben-Zvi, Katie Makar, Joan Garfield (Eds.). 1st ed. 2018, XIX.
The 4th Annual Video Showcase, hosted by TERC and funded by NSF, will address the theme: “Transforming the STEM Education Landscape.”
Andee Rubin invited to Perspectives for data science education at school level - Educational contributions from statistics, computer science and sociocultural studies Symposium in Paderborn, Germany. The Symposium is initiated and funded by the Deutsche Telekom Stiftung Germany.
October 3, 2017—Announcement
October 1, 2017—Publication
September 21, 2017—In the News
September 20, 2017—Publication
September 10, 2017—Announcement
April 27, 2017—Announcement
April 22, 2017—Announcement
Open Online Event, March 20-27, Features 36 launch Projects Aimed at Broadening Participation in STEM … More »
March 8, 2017— TERC In the News
A Pathway Perspective on Expanding the Participation of Women in IT … More »
National Science Foundation funded project brings scientific research at national parks to the public. More »
Open event features more than 150 education research initiatives. More »
Spring conference season continues with TERC staff at NARST in Baltimore. More »
Permanent appointment reaffirms robust commitment to community engagement and equity. More »
November 19. 2015
TERC, Inc. is looking for students in grades 5-8 to test a prototype of a new, serious science game being designed to support independent, personalized learning of NGSS topics in Structure and Properties of Matter, Space Systems and other areas ... More »
November 18, 2015
TERC has revised and enhanced its groundbreaking mathematics curriculum for adult learners. Now available from McGraw-Hill EMPower Plus builds ... More »
August 3, 2015 – Press Release
The National Science Foundation awarded the Educational Gaming Environment Group (EdGE) at TERC a 1.9 million, 3-year grant to More »
May 11, 2015 – Press Release
TERC announced today the opening of the NSF 2015 Teaching and Learning Video Showcase with 112 videos. More »
April 17, 2015 – Announcement
TERC staff are traveling to Chicago for presentations at AERA. More »
March 11, 2015 – Announcement
TERC staff are traveling to Chicago for presentations at NSELA and NSTA. Stop by the TERC booth #890. More »
February 17, 2015 – Press Release
TERC, a not-for-profit leader in K-12 math and science education, announced today the revival of the classic educational puzzle game, Zoombinis, coming this summer to iPad and Android tablets for $4.99. Zoombinis is developed in conjunction with More »