Sara Lacy, Jim Hammerman, and Sally Crissman of TERC along with colleagues have recently published a new paper in Science Education.

October 20, 2021

Click here to read the paper called Telling the Energy Story: Design and Results of a New Curriculum for Energy in Upper Elementary School.

Teon Edwards of TERC and Manju Banerjee of Landmark College will be presenting on the “Broadening Participation in Informal STEM Learning for Autistic Learners and Others through Virtual Reality” on October 19th at the AISL Awardee Meeting.

October 19, 2021

They are part of the “Challenges and Opportunities in working WITH vs FOR communities and audiences” session from 2:45-3:45pm Eastern. Learn more here.

The TEAM-UP Task Force, including Mia Ong of TERC, recently received the 2022 Excellence in Physics Education Award from APS Physics

October 18, 2021

The Excellence in Physics Education Award each year recognizes a team, collaboration, or an exceptional individual who has exhibited a sustained commitment to excellence in physics education.

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AISES and TERC have announced their findings from the “Native Women and Two-Spirit individuals in the Computing Higher Education (NAWC2)” project.

October 7, 2021

Learn about the findings here.

Project staff of the Investigations Center for Curriculum and Professional Development have developed a Framework for Reflecting about Equity in the Investigations Mathematics Curriculum

September 30, 2021

They are now making this working draft available for school-based educators who might also find it useful as a tool for reflecting on issues of equity, identity, and agency in mathematics learning and teaching.

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