An invitation to join Empowering Teachers Through VideoReView

May 14, 2017

TERC’s Video-Supported Professional Learning Program

For teachers of science grades 2-6 in the Boston areaSchool Year 2017-2018

Applications due June 20th

TERC’s Empowering Teachers through VideoReView program is inviting teams (2-4 teachers of upper elementary grade science) to participate in a video-supported professional development program.

What is the Program?

Empowering Teachers Through VideoReView is a video-supported professional development program in which participants study video from their own science discussions. Using video they gain insight into students’ science ideas and reasoning,  » Read more

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May 5, 2017: Announcement

May 5, 2017

Engage Families, a project at the USS Constitution Museum, links to Project REVEAL

May 2, 2017: In the News

May 2, 2017

EMPower pilot program delivered pre-GED math to students in 20 counties in Kentucky

Council for Exceptional Children 2017 Convention & Expo

April 20, 2017

Thousands of educators convened in Boston April 19–22 for the world’s largest special education professional development event. CEC 2017 hosted over 4,000 educators from around the globe, to gain insights and explore solutions to the most important and challenging topics facing special education today. Over 500 sessions and workshops highlighted the newest research and strategies in special education and the policy developments that affect teachers and their work every day.

One of the Robotics, Engineering and Online Math sessions was led by TERC’s   » Read more

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TERC Workshops at Cambridge Science Festival 2017

April 18, 2017

The workshops at TERC that were part of this year’s Cambridge Science Festival were fully attended and brought together science, technology, engineering, mathematics and fun!

Everyday Math Stories/Cuentos matemáticos cotidianos

Come for an English/Spanish storytime. Author Ellen Mayer read her book, Cake Day, and signed copies for everyone. Her picture book and others included the math we do when we’re cooking, playing and having fun. Activities after the storytime had the children building towers with everyday items and measuring and mixing to make play dough.  » Read more

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