Our collaborators usually fall into the following categories:
Teachers & Teachers-in-Training
You can use TSL projects as professional development or share them with your professors for use in their classes. We hope you’ll be in touch your feedback and stories with us after the fact!
Teacher Educators & Researchers
Use TSL projects with pre-service teachers in your classes, share feedback, and collaborate with our team to develop and publish findings.
Join our local playtests and online events and courses to both contribute feedback to TSL projects and discover new ideas to share with your local community!
Join our next playtest at MIT!
The MIT Teaching Systems Lab invites teachers, student teachers, education professionals, and anyone interested in education to playtest our new interactive tools for teachers. You will try out our games and share your feedback over dinner. We hope you’ll join us!
Use our Tools!
Are you a pre-service teacher? Share our resources with your professors or try them out with your peers and let us know what you think!
Contribute to Our Research
If you’re a teacher educator or researcher interested in imagining, designing and testing practice spaces for pre-service teachers, please get in touch! You can test our tools in your classroom and share feedback, pitch new ideas to our team, co-author publications with our team and much more.
Join an upcoming MOOC or online event
The MIT Teaching Systems Lab invites teachers, student teachers, education professionals, and anyone interested in education to join our free online courses on EdX.
Apply for a TLIG Grant
Teaching and Learning Innovation Grants (TLIG) aim to bring MIT CS educators together to tackle the problem of CS teacher licensing and teacher competencies – i.e. what are skills, concepts, dispositions that teachers need to have in relation to the licensure agency’s requirements? We also want to leverage MIT’s rich history and innovative takes on CS education by emphasizing the role of creativity, playfulness, artificial intelligence, and affective computing. We are seeking to find innovative models of CS education within the MIT community and investigate implications of those models on K-12 education, particularly for teacher education.
Join the TSL INSPIRE Program
If you’re teaching during the Fall 2018 semester and are interested developing novel strategies for practice-based teacher education, please get in touch! INSPIRE is a 6-month collaborative research program for teacher educators at universities and professional development organizations throughout the United States.
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