Watch Jodi Asbell-Clarke’s TedXYouth Talk

November 17, 2017

On November 4, Jodi Asbell-Clarke was a speaker in TedXBeaconSt, We Know More Then We Can Tell

To unleash the potential of all learners, we need to start looking at what people can do, not just what they can say. Many of the cognitive differences of neurodiverse students (learners with Autism, ADD, Dyslexia and other cognitive functions that make school difficult) may also empower them with creativity, resilience, and innovative approaches to problem-solving.

Our education system struggles to measure and support these different ways of thinking,  » Read more

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November 13, 2017: Conference News

November 13, 2017

Andee Rubin invited to Perspectives for data science education at school level – Educational contributions from statistics, computer science and sociocultural studies Symposium in Paderborn, Germany. The Symposium is initiated and funded by the Deutsche Telekom Stiftung Germany. 


November 4, 2017

On November 4, Jodi Asbell-Clarke was a speaker in TedXBeaconSt. Her talk, We Know More Then We Can Tell, addressed the issue of students who don’t test well, and her research into finding students’ implicit knowledge —knowledge which they demonstrate through their behaviors and actions, not just how they answer questions on a test.

Jodi and her team looks at the enhanced creativity and collaborative problem solving that is unique to some learners with ADD and the systematic thinking of some learners with autism,  » Read more

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TERC Welcomes Two New Board Members

October 19, 2017



Cambridge, MA – TERC’s Board of Trustees has appointed two new members: Dr. Nadine Bonda, Assistant Professor at American International College, and Dr. DIane Souvaine, Professor of Computer Science and Adjunct Professor of Mathematics at Tufts University.

Dr. Nadine Bonda has worked in education for over 40 years, holding positions of Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent, Principal, Mathematics Department Chair, Mathematics Teacher, and Head of a school for students with dyslexia and language processing problems.  » Read more

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