Judith (Judy) Storeygard
Program/Areas of Interest
Improving opportunities for under-represented populations in STEM; STEM education for students with special needs, professional development for elementary school teachers
- Connecticut MSP Program Evaluation
- Evaluation Group
- Mini-Symposium on Women of Color in STEM
- Promoting STEM Career Interest in the Classroom
- Scaling Up TRIAD
Judith Storeygard is a Project Director at TERC with a long-term interest in students with special needs and teacher development. She has taught students with learning disabilities and behavioral disorders and supervised graduate students in a Moderate Special Needs certification program.
For the last ten years she has been funded as a Project Director and Principal Investigator by the Annenberg Challenge Fund and the National Science Foundation, RDE. The culmination of this work is the recently published My Kids Can: Making Math Accessible to All Learners, K-5 (Heinemann 2009), an edited collection of video and written cases written with elementary mathematics teachers. She also was a contributing editor to the Working with the Range of Learners: Classroom Cases in the Investigations in Number, Data, and Space(TERC) 2nd edition.
Her work has also focused on supporting the mathematics learning of students with special needs and young learners. Since 2006, she has been the research coordinator and principal liaison for the project Scaling Up TRIAD: Teaching Early Mathematics for Understanding with Trajectories and Technologies, funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences (IES) as part of the IERI program, with Dr. Clements and Dr. Sarama. In 2004-05, she collaborated with Dr. Doug Clarke from Australian Catholic University, producing videotapes of the Early Numeracy Research Project Interview.
Ms. Storeygard has over ten years of experience in program evaluation, both at TERC and as a Senior Research Associate at the Program Evaluation Research Group (PERG), Lesley University (1996-2009). Her evaluation projects include teacher development projects for the Central MA Pipeline network through the MA Board of Higher Education (2004-10) and the Connecticut Math and Science Partnership Cross-Site Research and Evaluation Project (2006-09), the Metro Nashville Local Systemic Change Project (NSF), the Toolkit for Early Childhood Science (EDC), and the Connecting Science and Literacy Project (EDC).
At TERC, Ms. Storeygard serves on the Board Governance Committee and the ERC Fellowship Committee. In addition, she has served on the Board of the MA Tourette Syndrome Association for over 15 years, co-chairing the Massachusetts Tourette Syndrome Association Conference for Educators from 1998-2002.
- Adam: My Mouth Is Full of Words Judith (Judy) Storeygard ; Sally Hudson-Ross (ed.) (1993) Children's Voices; Children Talk About Literacy . Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, Inc.
- Including All Students in Meaningful Mathematics: The Story of Darrell Judith (Judy) Storeygard and Cornelia Tierney (2005) Hands On! . Cambridge, MA: TERC. pp. 14-17.
- Literacy In a Science Context Cathy Miles Grant, Judith (Judy) Storeygard, Joan Thormann, and Sylvia Weir (1996) Cambridge, MA: TERC.
- My Kids Can: Making Math Accessible to All Learners, K-5 Judith (Judy) Storeygard (ed.) (2009) . Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, Inc.
- Talking Mathematics: Supporting Children's Voices Rebecca S. Corwin,Judith (Judy) Storeygard, Sabra L. Price, and David Smith (1996) . Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, Inc.