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By: MIT J-WEL
In a recent MIT Sloan Executive Education webinar, J-WEL Principal Research Scientist George Westerman previewed some of the ideas that will be under discussion in our upcoming workshop, "From Trainer to Transformer: L&D as a Key Lever For Organizational Success." As described
By: Steve Nelson
Q&A with Lourdes Aleman, Associate Director for Teaching and Learning
By: Reach Every Reader
“We’re developing a screening assessment set of tools that allows us to screen for and assess children with dyslexia or other reading language problems.” – Dr. Hugh Catts, Reach Every Reader. WATCH
By: MITili
Dr. Jamie Quinn is a methodologist and psychometrician on the Reach Every Reader project and is a research faculty member in the Quantitative Methodology and Innovative Division of FCRR. Dr. Quinn earned her Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology in 2016 at Florida State University.
By: MIT Open Learning
The coronavirus pandemic has up ended the business world, education, and the workplace and landed us in a protracted moment of uncertainty and disruption. Companies are scrambling to manage distributed teams and coordinate work remotely, while retaining customers and finding new sources of revenue.
By: TeachLabPodcast
“I think there is this desperate need to go back to some sense of normal. And I'm not sure we're going to do that again ever. I hope we don't in some ways because normal didn't work for a lot of kids already.” - Neema Avashia (HGSE).
By: Reach Every Reader
“Reach Every Reader connects to why I’m in education and my sense of social justice and purpose as an educator.” – Liz City, Reach Every Reader Executive Director. WATCH
By: Jeff Dieffenbach
Part 1 of this series is available here; part
By: Jeff Dieffenbach
Part 1 of this series is available here; part
By: Steve Nelson
Pattie Maes is a professor in MIT's Program in Media Arts and Sciences and until recently served as its academic head. She runs the Media Lab's Fluid Interfaces research group, which aims to radically reinvent the human-machine experience.