Participants Needed to Test Online Programming Game

February 24, 2021

Teachers (grades 6-8) are needed to recruit students for a research study about May’s Journey, an online game that teaches programming.

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Free Sessions with the Authors of Investigations 3

February 23, 2021

Three FREE 30-minute sessions, by Investigations 3 authors, about how teachers are using features of the curriculum to promote student talk in the online classroom.

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Assessing Implicit Computational Thinking in Zoombinis Puzzle Gameplay by EdGE at TERC staff is now available in Computers in Human Behavior.

February 20, 2021

The article reports on the measurement of implicit Computational Thinking (CT) practices demonstrated by upper elementary- and middle-school students as they play the CT learning game Zoombinis. Read it here!

Judy Storeygard of TERC will present with colleagues Brodesky and Hunt at the 2021 Annual AMTE Conference on Feb. 19th at 11am.

February 19, 2021

Learn more about their presentation: Strengthening Educators’ Practices for Engaging and Empowering Students with Disabilities and Difficulties as Mathematics Learners

Work by Judy Vesel and Tara Robillard in the latest International Journal of Interpreter Education

February 11, 2021

Use of a Signing Bioscience Dictionary in Increasing Student Interpreters’ American Sign Language Life Science Vocabulary

Judy Vesel,  Tara Robillard, and their collaborator M. Diane Clark (Lamar University) recently published an article in the International Journal of Interpreter Education. It focuses on exploration of effectiveness of our Signing Bioscience Dictionary (SBD), when used in conjunction with Lamar University’s interpreting program, to increase student interpreters’ ASL life science vocabulary and content knowledge and ability to interpret material fluently and accurately.