Mia Ong and Nuria Jaumot-Pascual of TERC are presenting with their partners from the Native STEM Portraits project at the AISES Conference at Palm Springs on October 7 at 10:30 AM.

September 30, 2022

Their presentation, Graduate Experiences in Pictures and Words: Native STEM Portraits, will include a hands-on section where attendees will experience photo elicitation, one of the main study methods, a graduate participant presentation, and their findings. Learn more here.

Investigations authors will be presenting at NCTM on September 29th and 30th.

September 28, 2022

Don’t miss these informative session.

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SEEC at TERC will be the external evaluators for CodeVA’s NSF Computer Science for All Grant “Equipping for Praxis: Advancing Computer Science Teachers Through Endorsement”.

September 23, 2022

SEEC will be focusing on a) processes that support collaborative work, b) feedback about the project’s professional development, and c) the potential for sustainability. Read the full press release here.

The Cesar Chavez Foundation and TERC Announce their New Program, AMPD4Math, that draws on students’ desire to help others.

September 21, 2022

The Cesar Chavez Foundation and TERC organizations will work with youth and afterschool leaders in partnership with Riverside County Office of Education and Merced City School District in California, to co-design afterschool projects that draw on students’ desire to help others while growing positive identities as mathematics learners — with the ultimate goal of reaching 100,000 students across the Southwestern U.S.

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New article in Science Education by Scott Pattison, Smirla Ramos Montañez, & Gina Svarovsky

September 12, 2022

Family values, parent roles, and life challenges: Parent reflections on the factors shaping long-term interest development for young children and their families participating in an early childhood engineering program explores the processes of early STEM-related interest development, highlighting the diversity of interests that emerge from this type of experience and the ways that family values, parent roles, and life challenges shape the unique interest development patterns of each family.