We are TERC, a non-profit made up of teams of math and science education and research experts. We are dedicated to innovation and creative problem solving. We believe that STEM moves the world forward. And we exist to move STEM learning forward.
In this eBook, TERC researchers Scott Pattison and Smirla Ramos-Montañez reflected on assumptions, learned from others, and explored new ways that their research could both uncover and help dismantle inequities and racism in the STEM education system.
By: Jennifer Knudsen
How can your students make statistically significant gains in geometry, spatial reasoning, and computational thinking skills? Evaluators say MPACT units accomplish this by engaging students in activities that have them design and make beautiful objects on a 3D printer.
By: Judy Vesel & Tara Robillard
STEM Workforce Stories for adolescents who are deaf or hard of hearing is accomplishing three goals: 1) Increasing interest in STEM. 2) Generating STEM career awareness. 3) Inspiring deaf or hard of hearing youth to pursue STEM careers.
By: The Investigations Equity Team
The Investigations Center for Curriculum and Professional PD team designed a framework with four categories to guide equitable mathematics education. Based on this framework, they have made important changes to their work and hope the four categories will help others reflect and use mathematics as a tool for promoting equity.
By: Nickolay Hristov, Martha Merson, and Louise Allen
Learn about and download a poster that highlights a lighthearted philosophy that builds teams and helps people learn proper use and handling of expensive equipment when in the field and lab.
August 12, 2022
Learn more about this multi-day event, September 13-14, here.
August 9, 2022Young Women to Learn STEM and Entrepreneurship at The Forge Greensboro
July 27, 2022
Plus, check out the Tips for Designing and Implementing Exploratory DRK-12 Projects from the Doing the Math project team, Judy Storeygard, Brandon Sorge, and Audrey Martinez-Gudapakkam
In the business of education, it’s very easy to overlook that teachers are human beings. That value is pretty central to the work we do here.”