Register for the Introduction to Qualitative Meta-Synthesis Methods: Achieving STEM Equity and Inclusion through Syntheses webinar.
Teachers (grades 6-8) are needed to recruit students for a research study about May’s Journey, an online game that teaches programming.
A research project to learn from Spanish-speaking parents of pre-K children, how they engage in and access the Aprendiendo Math Talk training via the use of videos and social media.
Massachusetts STEM Summit attendees, welcome!
Here are some highlighted resources from our virtual booth:
Designing Biomimetic Robots is an interdisciplinary learning curriculum that integrates science, engineering, and computing to engage middle school students in biomimicry design challenges. To learn more about the project and download curriculum materials, visit https://www.terc.edu/biorobots/
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*”I think around the box”: Experiences of a Native Two-spirit Undergraduate Student in Computing
*If You Know the Answer, Don’t Ask the Question: Open-ended questions and math conversation
*Storybook Stem: Children’s Literature as a Tool for Supporting Equitable STEM Learning for Families
Do you want to incorporate Computational Thinking (CT) into your teaching? Are you looking to better support ALL your students, including those who are neurodiverse?
TERC vehemently condemns ALL acts of racism and violence levied against the AAPI community. We will work to identify and dismantle inequities and challenges that confront AAPI learners so that we may create more inclusive and safer STEM learning environments.
The award is for their article “Research Literature on Women of Color in Undergraduate Engineering Education: A Systematic Thematic Synthesis,” which was published in the July 2020 issue of the Journal of Engineering Education.