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.
By: Judy Vesel, M. Diane Clark, & Tara Robillard
Students who are deaf or hard of hearing in science courses frequently receive content translation from interpreters who are unfamiliar with concepts or do not have a command of the necessary specialized vocabulary needed for accurate interpretations. Find out how the SBD is helping.
By: Jodi Asbell-Clarke
The overlap between neurodiversity and technology-related problem solving has led EdGE at TERC to study the intersection between CT and EF. Find out how these two “hot areas” in education have more in common than first meets the eye here.
By: Jennifer Knudsen
In this article, Jennifer Knudsen of TERC explains her team’s model for middle-school math argumentation, their PD model, and how they work to support equitable teaching practices.
November 12, 2020
Read the article here that studies 45 classes playing Zoombinis to discover if Computational Thinking practices children use while playing CT learning games can be exhibited outside the game and in the classroom.
November 3, 2020TERC is looking for members of the STEM workforce who are deaf or hard...
October 28, 2020TERC announces the appointment of Georgia Hall, Ph.D., Jay Labov, Ph.D., and Eleonora Villegas-Reimers,...
TERC’s talent is having real quality and content experts. I don’t see that same level of quality or talent expertise at other places.”