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Content Author:
Ian Waitz, Vijay Kumar Ed. D, Stephen Carson
Date: 30 March 2020

Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate and Graduate Education Ian A. Waitz explains how MIT has redesigned the course requirements and grading policy for the first year of undergraduate education to improve student success.

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Date: 28 January 2020

”Human Skills: Foundation for Success in the Future of Work” is a workshop designed to help participants understand essential non-technical skills for success in the complex work environments of today and tomorrow.

Content Author:
Curt Newton, Sarah Meyers
Date: 29 October 2019

Introduce tools and curriculum to be used in 9-12 classrooms to teach about climate change science and policy. The session will feature an interactive, simulation activity as well as examples of resources in development at MIT.

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Date: 21 June 2019

Shigeru Miyagawa says that knowledge of AI and computational systems should be integral to higher education.

Content Author:
George Westerman, Rachel Mohammed, Mark Cousino
Date: 2 April 2019

George Westerman discusses the future of the Chief Learning Officers in corporate environments, and the learning and development functioning in companies. 

Content Author:
Abdul Latif Jameel World Education Lab
Date: 1 April 2019

The Compassionate Systems Framework conceptualizes compassion as an essentially systemic property of mind: to cultivate compassion is to be able to appreciate the systemic forces that influence people’s feelings, thoughts and actions. 

Content Author:
MIT New Engineering Education Transformation (NEET)
Date: 30 March 2018

This study considers the global state of the art in engineering undergraduate education.

Content Author:
Angela Belcher
Date: 20 March 2018

pK-12 @ J-WEL's Faculty Co-Director, Prof. Angie Belcher, shares her passion for transforming STEM education for kids. She argues that we underestimate what kids can do, as well as their enthusiasm for learning science.

Content Author:
Angela Belcher
Date: 20 March 2018

Angie Belcher, pK-12 @ J-WEL Faculty Co-Director and MIT professor, is convinced that even the most complicated concepts can be translated for the youngest learners. In this clip, she discusses teaching children how to amplify DNA.