MIT Teaching Systems Lab Programs
Innovative New Spaces for Practice and Rehearsal in Education (INSPIRE), organized by the MIT Teaching Systems Lab (TSL) in collaboration with the Woodrow Wilson Academy of Teaching and Learning, 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. Throughout the 6-month program, participants will join one in-person workshop at MIT and monthly virtual meetings in which they’ll partner with researchers from TSL and around the country to co-design, implement, and evaluate practice spaces in teacher education learning experiences.
Fellowships at MIT Teaching Systems Lab
Innovative New Spaces for Practice and Rehearsal in Teacher Education (INSPIRE-Math) is a new fellowship program led by the MIT Teaching Systems Lab (TSL) for all math coaches and leaders in mathematics teaching in a district or charter school in Boston for all or part of their day in grades 3-8.
The PACE-HS Fellowship Project is a researcher-practitioner partnership between school districts, MIT Teaching Systems Lab, UMass Boston, and the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents to develop exemplar programs of equitable CS curriculum pathways, professional development, and ongoing evaluation.
Innovative New Spaces for Practice and Rehearsal Teacher Education (INSPIRE) Computer Science (CS) – Artificial Intelligence (AI) or INSPIRE CS-AI is new year-long fellowship program for CS teacher educators lead by faculty and staff at the MIT Teaching Systems Lab and Carnegie Mellon University.
Innovative New Spaces for Practice and Rehearsal in Teacher Education (INSPIRE-Math) is a new fellowship program lead by the MIT Teaching Systems Lab (TSL) for all who currently teach or coach math in a district or charter school in Boston for all or part of their day in grades 3-8.