Biosphere and Climate – New England (BAC-New England) is an institutional initiative started in 2011 by ecologists and researchers Brian Drayton, Ph.D. and Gillian Puttick, Ph.D., within TERC’s Center for School Reform.
The team has worked to develop a climate change education program for New England that:
Emphasizes biological evidence of climate change Links natural phenomena to social and cultural changes in our region Coordinates formal and informal educational resources, » Read more
The Meaningful Math project studies and aims to improve the data, statistics, and numeracy supports for consumers of news media.
Susan Jo Russell and Deborah Schifter will present on Saturday March 13th: What We’re Learning to Ask about the Weaving of Mathematics and Equity During Classroom Talk
Teachers (grades 6-8) are needed to recruit students for a research study about May’s Journey, an online game that teaches programming.
Three FREE 30-minute sessions, by Investigations 3 authors, about how teachers are using features of the curriculum to promote student talk in the online classroom.
Exploration of effectiveness of the Signing Bioscience Dictionary (SBD), when used in conjunction with Lamar University’s interpreting program, to increase student interpreters’ ASL life science vocabulary and content knowledge and ability to interpret material fluently and accurately.
The Building Coherence project aims to support development of pre-service elementary teachers’ knowledge, skills, and dispositions for enacting ambitious and equitable STEM instruction, by fostering greater coherence among STEM content and pedagogical teacher preparation opportunities.
MMTP supports the improvement of STEM teaching and learning in a large, urban district, by providing experienced teachers with opportunities to earn micro-credentials as they acquire additional content knowledge for teaching, engage in classroom-based action research, and assume instructional leadership roles.
Two books from the Storytelling Math project are winners of the 2021 Mathical Awards.