By: Steve Nelson
Halie is a graduate student in the Brain and Cognitive Sciences program at MIT. She is interested in how early life experiences and environments impact brain development, particularly in the context of reading and language, and in turn what this means for children’s educational outcomes.
By: Halie Olson
As part of the McGovern Institute Ask the Brain series, Halie Olson, a graduate student in the labs of John Gabrieli and Rebecca Saxe, pens her answer to the question,”Can I rewire my brain?” _________
By: Steve Nelson
Eric Klopfer is Professor and Director of the Scheller Teacher Education Program and The Education Arcade at MIT. He is the Head of the department of Comparative Media Studies and Writing.  He is also a co-faculty advisor for MIT’s J-WEL World Education Lab.
By: Steve Nelson
Nataliya Kos’myna is a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the MIT Media Lab, helping MITili evaluate the real-time biofeedback of learners to monitor and improve their ability to sustain attention.
By: Steve Nelson
Members of MIT’s School Effectiveness and Inequality Initiative (SEII) set out to determine not only if a flipped classroom enhances learning, but also whether it had any effect on achievement gap.
By: Kate Stringer
This summer, J-WEL continues a series of exciting collaborations with
By: Courtney Lesoon
Committed to Caring honors professors Modiano, Kelly, and Li, and calls for nominations. What makes a great faculty mentor? Appreciative graduate students from across the Institute have thoughts — lots of them.
By: Jeff Dieffenbach
Have an opinion, improvement, or constructive criticism you'd like to share? Please head over to our MIT Open "Science of Learning" forum to weigh in.
By: Steve Nelson
Clémence Idoux is a PhD student in the Department of Economics at MIT. Her research interests include topics in labor economics, market design, and the economics of education.
By: Casey E.
I love helping people learn.