Congrats to Jim Hammerman of SEEC at TERC and his coauthors for U!Scientist: Designing for People-Powered Research in Museums winning the Best Paper Award at the ACM CHI conference.

March 19, 2021

You can read the paper here.

TERC’s Computational Thinking blog series is available as an eBook!

March 16, 2021

Developed from a five part blog post series, you’ll read about the findings of Mike Cassidy and Teon Edwards as they explored different definitions and various peoples’ understandings of computational thinking.

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Researchers at TERC are looking for teachers of Deaf and hard of hearing students in grades K-12 to take a short (~15 minute) online survey.

March 8, 2021

Responses will help find out how educators might integrate personal stories from STEM professionals who are deaf or hard of hearing into their instruction. Please complete the survey by Friday, March 19. Survey link:

Mia Ong, Ph.D. of TERC alongside Dr. Simone Hyater-Adams and Jonathan Pelzwill, Ph.D. will be part of an APS-IDEA panel on 2/26/21.

February 25, 2021

The 1pm workshop is called Recruitment and retention of underrepresented minoritized students. Learn more here.