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Content Author:
Emanuel Sachs
Date: 1 February 2017

Emmanuel Sachs, professor of mechanical engineering at MIT, discusses why we need to teach engineering students and engineers to do both synthesis and analysis. He argues that we need to encourage students to create their own knowledge scaffold.

Content Author:
Dennis Freeman
Date: 1 February 2017

Denny Freeman, professor of electrical engineering at MIT, discusses task-based, task-centered learning.

Content Author:
Lorna Gibson
Date: 1 February 2017

MIT Professor Lorna Gibson explains how she shifted her Materials Science course from a traditional lecture format to a flipped classroom.

Content Author:
Jeff Gore
Date: 23 November 2016

Jeff Gore provides concrete examples of how he incorporates Active Learning into his Systems Biology course.

Content Author:
Steven Hall
Date: 22 November 2016

Professor Steven Hall discusses active learning in his Aeronautics and Astronautics course.

Content Author:
Elizabeth Huttner-Loan
Date: 3 March 2016

Elizabeth Huttner-Loan describes the use of forums in several educational technology MOOCs run on the edX platform.