INSPIRE-Math Fellowship 2021
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.
Now recruiting for the 2021-2022 INSPIRE-Math Coaching & Leadership Fellowship! Apply here: Application Form
About the INSPIRE-Math Fellowship
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 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.
Core Fellowship Activities
Throughout the INSPIRE-Math fellowship, MIT INSPIRE-Math staff and fellows will work together to learn how to create and foster transformative learning experiencing by embedding cutting-edge simulations into a cycle of professional learning. Fellows will develop strong research-based mathematics teaching practice and collaborate with a community of math coaches and teacher leaders across the district to share the best coaching practice.
Fellows attend three-hour monthly fellow meetings throughout the year where educators and coaches play and practice their coaching moves in a simulated environment, collectively examining the affordances and limitations of responses. Teachers and coaches also have an opportunity to create and design their own scenarios, if they are interested.
Interested? Register for one of our sessions below to learn more about the fellowship!
How can I get involved with the INSPIRE-Math Fellowship?
Director Of Teaching Systems Lab & Associate Professor Of Comparative Media Studies/Writing