April 17, 2015

TERC researchers are traveling to Chicago and are making the following presentations:

Expansive Meanings and Makings in ArtScience

Fri, April 17, 4:05 to 5:35pm, Sheraton, Second Level, Superior A

Ann Rosebery, Cheche Konnen Center, TERCBeth M. Warren, Cheche Konnen Center, TERCMegan Bang, University of Washington

Expansive Meanings and Makings in ArtScience (EMMAS) is a participatory design research project investigating the untapped potential of an artscience approach to learning and teaching. EMMAS aims to foster creative trajectories into meaningful STEM learning for youth who often experience school science as disconnected from their lives or interests (e.g.,  » Read more

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March 11, 2015

TERC staff are traveling to Chicago for presentations at NSELA and NSTA. Please stop by the TERC booth #890 in the NSTA exhibit hall.

National Science Education Leadership Association 

2015 Professional Development Institute 

LEADING FOR EQUITY Implementing the Vision of the NGSS

Sally Crissman, Sara Lacy,  Irene Lo,  Andrea Graf, and Elizabeth Skydell.   

Wednesday, March 11, 2015 

Hyatt Regency McCormick Place Hotel – Chicago 

The Framework for K-12 Science Education (NRC, 2011) and the   » Read more

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Zoombinis Journey to Homes and Classrooms on iPad and Android Tablets

February 17, 2015

Beloved Educational Classic Game, Zoombinis, Journeys to Homes and Classrooms on iPad and Android Tablets This Summer

February 17, 2015

Cambridge, MA — TERC, a not-for-profit leader in K-12 math and science education, announced today the revival of the classic educational puzzle game, Zoombinis, coming this summer to iPad and Android tablets for $4.99. Zoombinis is developed in conjunction with award-winning game developers at FableVision Studios along with Learning Games Network.”We are excited to relaunch Zoombinis this summer,  » Read more

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