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A Practice-Based Approach to Professional Development in Science —
Principal Investigators: Ann S Rosebery and Beth Warren
Funders: Institute of Education Sciences, US Department of Education
A Practice-Based Approach to Professional Development in Science (PBA) addresses an enduring challenge in U.S. education: providing students from historically non-dominant communities (e.g., students of African descent, students from low-income households, students for whom English is a second language) with high-quality, intellectually-engaging learning experiences in science. More »
Computing Beyond the Double Bind: Women of Color in Computing Education and Careers —
Eureka Scientific, Inc., in collaboration with TERC, seeks to advance the understanding of social and cultural factors that increase retention of women of color in computing. More »
Design Dimensions —
This is a project to improve understanding of practices critical to the design of curricular materials for implementation in a broad range of educational contexts. Three organizations - TERC, the University of California-Berkeley's Lawrence Hall of Science, and the University of Pittsburgh's Learning Research and Development Center — will collaborate to explore and codify practices More »
Engineering Beyond the Double Bind: Women of Color in Engineering Education and Careers —
This engineering education research project aims to significantly contribute to the existing knowledge base about factors that promote and hinder African American, Latina, Native American, and Asian American women in engineering ... More »
Expansive Meanings and Makings in ArtScience (EMMAS) —
EMMAS offers an opportunity to investigate and demonstrate the untapped potential of an artscience approach to learning and teaching in high school for youth from communities historically underrepresented in science. It builds on an earlier project, Educating the Imagination (2011-2013), which developed a summer artscience studio program at Boston Arts Academy focused on wide-ranging explorations of water. More »