In the past two years, the MIT Teaching Systems Lab has developed several massive open online courses (MOOCs) to help educators innovate in their practice. For each of these courses, we’ve worked with educators, students, community members, school leaders and staff, university professors, and other experts to create engaging videos for our learners.
Now we want to give those who haven’t enrolled in our courses a chance to learn from these videos by collecting the videos across our courses in themed playlists.We hope that you learn from these playlists and share them with others. Share insights or favorite quotes from the videos using #TSLMOOCPlaylist and tag @mit_tsl.
Learn why it’s important to engage with a diversity of stakeholders and ways to handle challenges that may arise. This playlist will give you a glimpse of why it’s important to engage with a diversity of perspectives and ways to handle challenges that may arise.
We’re proud of the innovative ways that the schools we have featured in our courses have approached teaching and learning: from involving students in a technology pilot program to monitoring student understanding using data. In this playlist, we’ve collected some of the videos that showcase great work these schools have done. We hope that you’ll be inspired!
If You’re Curious To Know More About The Courses These Videos Come From, We Welcome You To Enroll And Learn More!
A Playful Assessment Approach to Research
Half day workshops at the ICLS London 2018 for all designers and researchers interested in Playful Assessment!
Collaboration with Woodrow Wilson Foundation to Transform Teaching in the Digital Age
Collaboration will support Pre-K-12 teachers in using emerging digital learning tools.
New Research Aims to Promote High-quality Civic and Political Engagement
Spencer Foundation launches $2 million effort to create first-of-their-kind measures.