Cartwheeling in CamMotion
Cartwheeling in CamMotion

by Scott Bresnahan, Ted Ducas, and Andee Rubin

Hands On! Volume 17, No. 2, Fall 1994 (c) TERC, 1994. All rights reserved.

To many students, mathematics has only tenuous connections to their everyday lives and personal concerns. In recognition of this, current educational reform emphasizes that teachers should adopt curriculum activities that “connect mathematics to students’ lives.” But what kinds of activities might these be? How can students’ concerns be effectively integrated into mathematics instruction?  » Read more

Hands On! Magazine: Spring 2021
Hands On! Magazine: Spring 2021

Articles include:
*”I think around the box”: Experiences of a Native Two-spirit Undergraduate Student in Computing
*If You Know the Answer, Don’t Ask the Question: Open-ended questions and math conversation
*Storybook Stem: Children’s Literature as a Tool for Supporting Equitable STEM Learning for Families

Hands On! Magazine: Fall 2020
Hands On! Magazine: Fall 2020

Articles include:
*Computational Thinking and Executive Function: Where Neurodiveristy Shines
*Introducing the Signing Bioscience Dictionary (SBD)
*Mathematical Argumentation, Open-ended Conjecturing, and Equity

Hands On! Magazine: Spring 2020
Hands On! Magazine: Spring 2020

Articles include:
* Glossary Apps for Signing Science Exhibits
* Online or In-Person: The Power of Collaborative Conversations
* Debunking Math Myths Regarding Learning Differences, Difficulties, Disabilities
* Facebook or Instagram? Teens Explore Data About Technology Use
* STEM Sparks at TERC

Hands On! Magazine: Fall 2019
Hands On! Magazine: Fall 2019

Articles include:
* Head Start on Engineering: Supporting Engineering Interest Development in Early Childhood for Low-income Families
* Storytelling Math: Picture books as a vehicle for expanding views of math and who can do it
* Embodied Learning through Dance and Physics
* TERC’s New Look, Looks Forward

Hands On! Magazine: Spring 2019
Hands On! Magazine: Spring 2019

Articles include:
* Glossary Apps for Signing Science Exhibits
* Online or In-Person: The Power of Collaborative Conversations
* Debunking Math Myths Regarding Learning Differences, Difficulties, Disabilities
* Facebook or Instagram? Teens Explore Data About Technology Use
* STEM Sparks at TERC

Hands On! Magazine: Winter 2018
Hands On! Magazine: Winter 2018

Articles include:
* SportsLab: Opening the Door to 21st Century Careers through a Sports Research and Shoe Design Challenge
* A Durable Feast: Notes from the TERC John Dewey Group After 15 Years
* Building Solutions for Algebra Readiness
* Doing the Math with Paraeducators
* Sue Doubler, An Inquiry-driven Career at a Glance

Hands On! Magazine: Spring 2018
Hands On! Magazine: Spring 2018

Articles include:
* The TERC Scholars Program: Introducing Higher Education Students To Careers In STEM Education Research
* Stem Learning While Making: All Lives Can’t Matter Until Black Lives Matter
* Tracing The Invisible Fabric of Everyday Science: Field Notes
* Adult Numeracy: A Champion’s Legacy

Hands On! Magazine: Winter 2017
Hands On! Magazine: Winter 2017

Articles include:
* Special Interface for Special Students
* Focus on Energy
* Young People Designing Games About Climate Change
* Whats the Weather? eBook
* Zoo Learning Comes to Life

Hands On! Magazine: Fall 2015
Hands On! Magazine: Fall 2015

Articles include:
* Co-inventing the Climate Lab
* How to Count Bats?,
* Family, Friends, Neighbors, and Math: The Nana Y Yo Y Las Matemáticas Project
* Digital Games for Implicit Science Learning
* TERC at 50: A Look Back at Hands On!