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Content Author:
Aaron Kessler, Jim Goodell
Date: 26 May 2020

This document was created as a resource for those working on developing, implementing, and engaging in remote teaching and learning.

Content Author:
Peter Senge, Mette Miriam Böll PhD
Date: 31 March 2020

Dr. Peter Senge and Dr. Mette Böll discuss 4 Pillars of Well-Being, offers a conceptual framework for promoting well-being based on the  research of Dr. Richard Davidson and the Center for Healthy Minds at the Univ. of Wisconsin, and offer participants the chance to practice using the tool.

Content Author:
Aaron Kessler
Date: 2 April 2019

Aaron Kessler, Senior Learning Scientist at MIT Open Learning, shares techniques for applying findings from learning sciences.

Content Author:
Jeff Dieffenbach, Aaron Kessler
Date: 16 November 2018

This is an excerpt from a webinar that shares the latest research on the science of learning, including issues of retention and spaced learning.

Content Author:
Jeff Dieffenbach
Date: 20 March 2018

Associate Director of the MIT Integrated Learning Initiative (MITili) Jeff Dieffenbach debunks common myths about learning. He also presents the latest research on learning science, including spaced learning, interpolated quizzes, and memory and attention. 

Content Author:
Sanjay Sarma
Date: 9 October 2017

Prof. Sanjay Sarma welcomes participants to the inaugural J-WEL Week event, discusses the state of education today, and how MIT and J-WEL are addressing educational challenges and opportunities.

Content Author:
Woodie Flowers
Date: 9 October 2017

Prof. Woodie Flowers shares implications of emerging understandings of how we learn, and the application of those findings in engineering design classes. 

Content Author:
John Gabrieli
Date: 9 October 2017

Professor John Gabrieli describes MIT's Integrated Learning Initiative (MITili) and recent discoveries in our understanding of how the brain learns.

Content Author:
Karen Wilcox, Sanjay Sarma, Philip Lippel
Date: 1 April 2016

This report looks at the challenge of how both online and blended learning can be optimized by incorporating emerging lessons from learning science, from discipline-based education reforms, and from cognitive science.