Our projects address the full spectrum of topics and issues associated with STEM education, and they often result in insightful and inspiring publications.

From books to peer-reviewed journals, op-ed pieces, and conference presentations, our publications allow you to explore the wide range of research TERC staff have undertaken for more than 50 years. These materials answer challenging questions, uncover important findings, and delve deeper into creating a level playing field for life-long learners. Every day we strive to inform and engage our audience with the best practices in education for all learners, as well as professional development, and evaluation. We’re moving the world forward with STEM education, and our publications can help you join the movement.

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What to Consider When We Consider Data
What to Consider When We Consider Data

Andee Rubin
June 25, 2021

Co-Teaching with an Immersive Digital Game: Supporting Teacher-Game Instructional Partnerships
Co-Teaching with an Immersive Digital Game: Supporting Teacher-Game Instructional Partnerships

Karen Mutch-Jones, Danielle C. Boulden, Santiago Gasca, Trudi Lord, Eric Wiebe, and Frieda Reichsman
May 24, 2021

What Motivates Native Computer Science Students?
What Motivates Native Computer Science Students?

Christina B. Silva, Dr. Nuria Jaumot-Pascual, Dr. Maria Ong, and Dr. Kathy DeerInWater
April 22, 2021

Assessing Implicit Computational Thinking in Zoombinis Puzzle Gameplay
Assessing Implicit Computational Thinking in Zoombinis Puzzle Gameplay

Elizabeth Rowe, Ma Victoria Almeda, Jodi Asbell-Clarke, Richard Scruggs, Ryan Baker, Erin Bardar, Santiago Gasca
January 27, 2021

Sharpening Our Focus on Equity: Reflections from the Storybook STEM Project
Sharpening Our Focus on Equity: Reflections from the Storybook STEM Project

Scott Pattison and Gina Svarovsky
January 15, 2021

The development of students’ computational thinking practices in elementary- and middle-school classes using the learning game, Zoombinis
The development of students’ computational thinking practices in elementary- and middle-school classes using the learning game, Zoombinis

J. Asbell-Clarke, E. Rowe, V. Almeda, T. Edwards, E. Bardar, S. Gasca, R.S. Baker, R. Scruggs
October 10, 2020

Research Briefs through Interpreters’ Eyes: Recommendations for Scientists Sharing Park‐Based Research
Research Briefs through Interpreters’ Eyes: Recommendations for Scientists Sharing Park‐Based Research

Martha Merson, Alyssa Parker‐Geisman, Louise C. Allen, Nickolay I. Hristov
September 24, 2020