New white paper by Judy Vesel and Tara Robillard explore use of Facebook during the COVID19 pandemic

February 9, 2021

Use of Facebook as a Resource for STEM Teachers of K-12 Students and Educators of Deaf or Hard of Hearing Students and Neurodiverse Learners During the Pandemic

An immediate consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic was that many schools were forced to suddenly and immediately transition from face-to-face education of all students to remote or distance teaching and learning. This switch resulted in numerous unanticipated challenges and to many educators turning to social media platforms,

Congratulations to LIA AND LUIS and THE ANIMALS WOULD NOT SLEEP, winners of the 2021 Mathical Awards!

February 9, 2021

Two books from the Storytelling Math project are winners of the 2021 Mathical Awards.

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TERC is thrilled to bring its beloved Zoombinis game to the world of teachers.

February 3, 2021

With our partners FableVision, we now have a complete turnkey program for the classroom, where teachers can track their students’ progress and assess learning. If you are a teacher or know a teacher, we are offering our TERC friends a 50% discount. Sign up for an account and use the code TERC50 through March 1, 2021. Learn more here!

Scott Pattison, TERC​ and Gina Svarovsky, University of Notre Dame recently published, “Sharpening Our Focus on Equity: Reflections from the Storybook STEM Project” on CAISE Informal Science.

January 26, 2021

Read the article here that shares the process that helped the Storybook STEM Project unearth problematic assumptions and how their findings are relevant beyond storybooks and early childhood education.

TERC is excited to announce the appointment of Joseph F. Johnson, Jr., PhD., to our Board of Directors.

January 13, 2021

Dr. Joseph Johnson is the Founding Executive Director of the National Center for Urban School Transformation (NCUST) at San Diego State University. Click here to learn more about his impressive career.