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Integrated Learning Initiative
First class excels in "hybrid" master's program
By: David L. Chandler
Experimental degree combining online MicroMasters and residential learning sees great success.
MIT Professional Education in Saudi Arabia
By: MIT Professional Education
A new collaboration with Al Yamamah University aims to help Saudi Arabia develop a more progressive, inclusive, and innovative society.
J-PAL North America's Education, Technology, and Opportunity Innovation Competition announces inaugural partners
By: J-PAL North America
J-PAL NA's competition partners are the Family Engagement Lab and the Western Governors University Center for Applied Learning Science.
Bringing humanistic education in technical subjects to the world
By: MIT Open Learning
Students and staff combine workshopping and OpenCourseWare to demonstrate human-centered pedagogies in the context of modern topics and technologies.
How music lessons can improve language skills
By: Anne Trafton
Study links piano education with better word discrimination by kindergartners.
Chris Caplice wins Irwin Sizer Award for Most Significant Improvement to MIT Education
By: Christine Adams
Center for Transportation and Logistics executive director honored with three notable awards for creating the MITx MicroMasters Program in Supply Chain Management.
Listen as MITili's Parag Pathak discusses school choice with the American Economic Association
By: Chris Fleisher
Parag Pathak is this year's winner of the John Bates Clark Medal. The Deputy Director of MITili has worked to improve the assignment of students to public schools.
Tackling the ultimate problem set: The first year at MIT
By: Elizabeth Durant
How do you determine the best way to teach to college students? Ask the college students, of course!
MITili Getting Smart Podcast with Associate Director Jeff Dieffenbach
By: Getting Smart Staff
Jeff discusses his current role at MIT in the Integrated Learning Initiative as well as our overall mission.
MIT's Shigeru Miyagawa suggests a Nobel prize for teaching
By: Rachael Pells
High-quality tuition must be given the same recognition as cutting-edge research, says co-founder of MIT's OpenCourseWare.