TERC Staff presenting at the 2024 SEEDS CONFERENCE

January 18, 2024

Nuria Jaumot-Pascual, Lisette Torres-Gerald, and Maria Ong, will share their research in Intersectional experiences of queer scholars of color in STEM on 1/20/24 at 10:30am. Devon Locke will present Native knowledge structures’ impact on climate responsibility, based on the work he did with the Native STEM Portraits project during his REU internship Summer 2023 on 1/20 at 3:30pm. About the conference.

New article by Jillian Ives, Joni Falk, Brian Drayton.

January 17, 2024

This article examined 38 programs aiming to broaden participation in undergraduate STEM education using an equity-minded HIP framework. Explore the findings and discover essential recommendations for researchers and funders to implement equity-minded practices to broaden participation. Read it here: Broadening participation in STEM through equity-minded high-impact practices: a multimodal systematic review

Storytelling Math books have done it again!

December 21, 2023

Beautiful House for Birds and Yumbo Gumbo have made the School Library Journal’s list of 2023 Best Math Books for Kids.

NEW BOOK HELPS EDUCATORS REACH NEURODIVERGENT K-12 LEARNERS IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, EDUCATION, AND MATH

December 18, 2023

A new book by TERC researcher Jodi Asbell-Clarke, PhD, MA, MSc,  Reaching and Teaching Neurodivergent Learners in STEM, is now available for educators, administrators, and others with an interest in neurodivergent learners.

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Podcast from Jodi Asbell-Clarke and INFACT is Assembling Inclusion’s 10th most streamed episode of 2023!

December 11, 2023

The episode covers an inclusive program to teach computational thinking to grades 3-8 and neurodiversity in STEM education. Listen to the podcast.