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Date: 13 May 2020

J-WEL Connections participants present innovative ways of reimagining pK-12 curriculum.

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Date: 5 May 2020

In these Design Thinking hands-on sessions, we present an approach for how to create new opportunities for both students and educators by making connections between the topics covered in the classroom, their communities, and the environments they live in.

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YJ Kim, Peter Kirschmann, Grace Lin
Date: 28 April 2020

The Playful Journey Lab introduces design principles used to develop Beyond Rubrics, an embedded assessment toolkit for maker-centered classrooms, plus a series of professional development activities.

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Alex Hargroder, Jennifer Gardony, Alice Liao
Date: 24 April 2020

Staff from the MIT Scheller Teacher Education Program dissect how inquiry learning, community connection, and real-world problems intersect in Project Based Learning (PBL) while exploring the benefits and challenges of implementing it in learning spaces.

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Date: 13 April 2020

In this session, we discuss aspects of designing a blended learning experience, and consider examples of some approaches and recommendations from learning science and research.

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Date: 10 April 2020

Prof. Sanjoy Mahajan, J-WEL Affiliate and Research Affiliate of the Mathematics Department at MIT, summarizes some of the main takeaways from the Higher Education panels from J-WEL Connections.

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Krishna Rajagopal, Saif Rayyan
Date: 9 April 2020

Watch Dean Krishna Rajagopal facilitate a discussion between J-WEL Higher Education members from across the globe.

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Date: 9 April 2020

Watch Prof. Haynes Miller, of the Department of Mathematics at MIT, facilitate the discussion between J-WEL Higher Education members from across the globe.

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Anjali Sastry
Date: 9 April 2020

Watch Dr. Anjali Sastry facilitate discussion between J-WEL Higher Education members from across the globe.

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Greg DeFrancis, Christopher Mayer, Adam Santone, Claudia Urrea, Kirky DeLong, Joe Diaz
Date: 9 April 2020

“Unpacking Curriculum," the first event in the "Designing Learning Experiences," provides an opportunity for participants to get familiar with different approaches to curriculum design.

Date: 9 April 2020

Watch the discussion between Prof. Shigeru Miyagawa and  J-WEL Higher Education members from across the globe.

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Date: 8 April 2020

Ada Peter, Director International Office and Linkages at Covenant University, talks about Covenant, their goals and objectives prior reimagining curriculum, and their diffusion methods for reimagining curriculum.

Date: 7 April 2020

Dr. Sanjoy Mahajan, a J-WEL affiliate and a research affiliate at the math department of MIT, describes three effective approaches to redesigning curriculum.

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Adam Santone
Date: 7 April 2020

Dr. Adam Santone shares how he developed a lesson for the pK-12 Action Group at MIT called "Didgeridata."

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Date: 7 April 2020

Meredith Thompson, Research Scientist at the Scheller Teacher Education Program of MIT, shares how she begins her teaching plans by stating clear goals.

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Date: 7 April 2020

Dr. Maurice Sesay and Dr. Tamba Kebbie share the ongoing curriculum review processes at the various educational institutions in Sierra Leone.

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Date: 7 April 2020

Greg DeFrancis, Director of Education at the MIT Museum, shares a unit he developed for primary grade classrooms, as part of the Unpacking Curriculum session.

Date: 7 April 2020

Glenda Stump, Julia Reynolds-Cuéllar, and Sanjoy Mahajan facilitate discussion about ongoing curriculum reform at higher education institutions in Sierra Leone based on the video from Dr. Maurice Sesay and Dr. Tamba Kebbie.

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Claudia Urrea, Kirky DeLong, Joe Diaz, Peter Kirschmann, Meredith Thompson, Simone Mora, Francesco Gianni
Date: 7 April 2020

“Unpacking Curriculum,” the first event in the "Designing Learning Experiences," provides an opportunity for participants to get familiar with different approaches to curriculum design.

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Simone Mora, Francesco Gianni
Date: 7 April 2020

Simone Mora, Senior Postdoctoral Associate at MIT Senseable City Lab, helped develop an educational model for young students so they could learn by doing, collaboration, and play.