IRB
IRB

The TERC Institutional Review Board (IRB) is an administrative body established to protect the rights and welfare of human research subjects recruited to participate in research activities.

TERC’s IRB reviews and approves all research involving human subjects to ensure that it is conducted in accordance with all federal, institutional, and ethical guidelines. It covers the work of TERC staff as well as project collaborators and partners and has over 10 years of experience with protecting the welfare,  » Read more

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TERC’s new YouTube Channel
TERC’s new YouTube Channel

Subscribe to TERC’s YouTube Channel where you can watch project videos organized by content areas! Fill out a form after you subscribe and we will send you a fun TERC gift!

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Two TERC Videos Win Awards at the 2022 STEM for All Video Showcase
Two TERC Videos Win Awards at the 2022 STEM for All Video Showcase

Congrats to these videos and their presenters!

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NetApp Data Explorers Report Now Available
NetApp Data Explorers Report Now Available

TERC is proud to be part of NetApp Data Explorers, empowering teens to discover and develop critical data science skills.

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TERC Videos
TERC Videos

New YouTube Channel

Subscribe to TERC’s YouTube Channel where you can watch project videos organized by content areas!

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Fill out this survey after you subscribe and we will send you a fun TERC gift!

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May 10th-17th: TERC Hosts 8th Annual STEM for All Video Showcase Event: Access, Inclusion, and Equity
May 10th-17th: TERC Hosts 8th Annual STEM for All Video Showcase Event: Access, Inclusion, and Equity

Come join this interactive, free event featuring 267 video presentations of federally funded projects aimed at improving STEM and computer science education. The event encourages online dialogue, networking, and public voting.

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Scott Pattison, Sabrina De Los Santos, and Smirla Ramos-Montañez present poster at the Society for Research in Child Development Learning through Play and Imagination meeting
Scott Pattison, Sabrina De Los Santos, and Smirla Ramos-Montañez present poster at the Society for Research in Child Development Learning through Play and Imagination meeting

The poster is about a research study conducted to better understand how the characteristics of hands-on, home-based family engineering activities influence how preschool-age children and their parents engage in the engineering design process.

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Hands On! Magazine: Spring 2022
Hands On! Magazine: Spring 2022

Articles include:
* A Framework for Using Mathematics Curriculum to Support Equity
* STEM Workforce Stories  for Adolescents Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
* 3D Making as a Context for Learning Math, Spatial Reasoning, and Computational Thinking
* If it Has to Last, NASP

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