The way students learn is changing.

The way teachers learn should change too.

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We Conduct Research in the Following Areas:



Online And Blended Learning

Explore the intersections between online learning and teacher education. In the next year we’ll be offering a suite of online learning, including two MOOCs: “Launching Innovation in Schools” and “Competency-Based Education: the Why, What, and How,” plus archived versions of “Envisioning the Graduate of the Future,” and “Design Thinking for Leading and Learning.” Learn strategies to become a change leader and improve education in your communities.

Practice Spaces

Teachers need spaces to practice teaching strategies in low-stakes settings. We’re drawing on models from games and simulations to create these practice spaces. We seek to establish collaborations with other teacher education programs, school districts, and research institutes to design and test these spaces.



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JOIN A PLAYTEST AT MIT

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The MIT Teaching Systems Lab invites teachers, student teachers, and education professionals to playtest our new interactive tools for teachers. At Dine and Play, you will try out our games and share your feedback over dinner. Join us!

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Innovative New Spaces for Practice and Rehearsal in Education (INSPIRE)

Applications Have Closed For The 2018 Program.

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INSPIRE) is a collaborative research program for teacher educators at universities and professional development organizations throughout the United States. The program is designed for people who will be teaching during the Fall 2018 semester and are interested developing novel strategies for practice-based teacher education.

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Hear about fellowships, workshops, research partnerships and other ways to participate in our work at the Teaching Systems lab.

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NEWS

Teaching Systems Lab Announces 2017 TLIG Recipients 

This year’s recipients tackle a range of innovations in education from using the Unhangout Platform to support teachers’ professional development to using artificial intelligence to make students’ mathematical problem solving visible to the teachers.

Providing Educators with “Teachable Moments” Concerning Unconscious Bias 

Teaching Systems Lab Executive Director Justin Reich awarded a grant from Google For teacher-facing intervention research

High School of the Future 

Cutting-edge model capitalizes on blended learning to take personalization further.



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