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By: Gina Vitale
MIT student, Héctor Javier Vázquez Martínez, found that teaching can help him understand how people think.
By: FoxBusiness
President Reif spoke with Gerry Baker on a recent trip to Davos, saying AI "is going to be more powerful than math." Watch the four minute interview to learn more. 
By: Angele Law
MIT's Technology-Enabled Active Learning initiative (TEAL) blends active learning and online materials to produce a collaborative rich environment for Physics students. 
By: Kathryn O'Neill
Sometimes the best way to learn is by doing. MIT students recently showcased their research projects as part of the year long expanded program that follows the success of the UROP (Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program). 
By: Shane DeRolf
MIT's Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) highlights one struggle with education research and the surprising outcomes. 
By: Justin Reich
"In recent years, educators have used the SAMR (Substitution, Augmentation, Modification, and Redefinition) model to describe the ideal trajectory of teachers as learners with new technology," Justin Reich, MIT Teaching Systems Lab
By: Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab
Interesting study from MIT's J-PAL which promotes dedicating a portion of instruction time to tailoring instruction to the learning levels of students. 
By: Zach Winn
Through compressed video development, Vectorly is able to offer more content to students in areas without reliable or affordable internet. 
By: Gina Vitale
Great profile on MIT Senior Nikayah Etienne. “Right now, I’m trying to focus on learning about different equitable teaching practices and different education technology platforms,” she says.
By: J-PAL North America
MIT research center aims to support leaders in rigorously evaluating promising uses of education technology and innovative educational practices.