TERC Workshops at CSF 2018
Come to STEAMworks@TERC for 2 great workshops — Story Time for Babies & Toddlers / Cuentacuentos bilingüe para bebés y niños pequeños and Zoombinis: A Game of Computational Thinking
. Storytelling Math and Zoombinis in STEAMworks@TERC
March 26, 2018—Publication
Teaching with Mathematical Argument: Strategies for Supporting Everyday Instruction
March 9, 2018—Announcement
DR K12 hosted an NSTA chat on modeling in K-5. In this chat, NSF-funded researchers from Focus on Energy shared their expertise, and educators shared their resources and experiences. Hosted and facilitated by NSTA.
Journal of Science Education and Technology.
March 2, 2018—Announcement
Call for Diverse Picture Book Submissions at Charlesbridge: Storybooks, Diversity, and Math for ages 3–6. Charlesbridge and TERC's Storytelling Math project are collaborating on an initiative to develop better math storybooks for children of all backgrounds.
Center for Innovative Research in Cyber Learning — Perspective on EdGE
TERC Welcomes Two New Board Members
TERC’s Board of Trustees has appointed two new members: Chi Onyebuchi, Director of Global Program Management at Takeda Pharmaceuticals and Christina Olayon-Baker.
Algebraic Reasoning in the Elementary Classroom: Results of a Professional Development Program for Teachers
Authors: Susan Jo Russell, Deborah Schifter, Virginia Bastable. Megan Franke
This paper describes a professional development experience designed to help teachers support their students to make, represent, and justify generalizations about the behavior of the operations … Read More »
STEM Education Evaluation Center (SEEC) offers consultation, external evaluation, and research support for existing STEM education grants and programs, and we collaborate with proposal writing teams to design studies. We are experienced quantitative and qualitative researchers with expertise grounded in theory and practice spanning STEM education.
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Zoombinis, the small blue creatures, each with distinct personalities and appearances, are all imprisoned by the evil Bloats who took over their home – and they need your help to reach the safety of Zoombiniville. Using logic, data analysis, pattern finding and problem solving skills, children and adults will face a series of increasingly difficult challenges set within entertaining environments such as Pizza Pass, Titanic Tattooed Toads and Mudball Wall. Learn More »