Senior Scientist/Director of Mixing in Math
http://mixinginmath.terc.edu

617.873.9654
marlene_kliman@terc.edu

TERC projects

Selected Presentations at Professional Conferences

Annual conferences of National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (invited speaker, 2015; presentation, 2013), American Educational Research Association (2013), American Association for Advancement of Science (2013), National Association for the Education of Young Children National Institute for Early Childhood Professional Development (2013); MA Pre-STEM Summit (2011); International Society for Design and Development in Education (2011).

Professional service

  • Advisory board service. Advisor for projects funded by IMLS, NSF, DoE, and NEH based at museums, public broadcast organizations, after-school consortia, research organizations, and universities.
  • Reviewer. Manuscript reviewer for National Council of Teachers of Mathematics elementary, middle grades, and research journals; NSF proposal reviewer (Directorate on Education and Human Resources).

Other

Featured mathematics education expert on parenting resource site video, Mom’s Homeroom, http://momshomeroom.msn.com/parenting-videos/math/mixing-in-math/344

Selected Publications

Kliman, M. (2016). Expert Commentary to “Daddy Says This New Math is Crazy”. FINE Newsletter, VIII (2). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.

Kliman, M. (2015). Families, Friends, Neighbors and Math: The Nana y Yo y las Matemáticas Project. Hands On! (Fall, 2015). Cambridge, MA: TERC.

Kliman, M., Martin, V., Jaumot-Pascual, N. (2014). Say It with Shapes and Numbers: Games, projects, and activities that mix in math for ages 3-6. Cambridge, MA: TERC.

Kliman, M., Jaumot-Pascual, N., Martin, V. (2013). Designing for Diversity: Strategies for embedding mathematics in out-of-school programs for children in the elementary grades. Teaching for Equity and Excellence in Mathematics (5).

Kliman, M., Jaumot-Pascual, N., Martin, V. (2013). How Wide Is a Squid Eye? Integrating mathematics into public library programs for the elementary grades. Afterschool Matters (17).

Kliman, M., Martin, V., Jaumot-Pascual, N. (2013). Food Fights, Puzzles, and Hideouts: Games, projects, and activities that mix in math. Cambridge, MA: TERC..

Kliman, M. (2010). Mixing Math into AfterSchool. School Age NOTES: Resources for afterschool professionals. 30 (6).

Kliman, M., Merson, M., Martin, V., & Cupples, C. (2008). I BELIEVE IN MATH for School Age Children. Cambridge, MA: TERC.

Kliman, M. (2006). Math Out of School: Families’ math game playing at home. The School Community Journal. 16 (2).