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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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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.

Date: 6 April 2020

Prof. Sanjay Sarma, Vice President for Open Learning at MIT, answer questions from the Higher Education community.

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Date: 6 April 2020

George Westerman, Principal Research Scientist at J-WEL Workforce Learning, shares  brand new research on the state of career advice in American organizations and the three problems that need to be solved for the workforce.

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Bill Bonvillian, Sanjay Sarma, Meghan Perdue, Jenna Myers
Date: 5 April 2020

In 2018, MIT Open Learning launched the Workforce Education Project. The Workforce Education Project has released an initial report that focuses on problems in the current U.S. workforce education system and in our accompanying labor market information system, the role universities could play in workforce education, new education technologies that could help us meet the scale required for workforce solutions, new apprenticeship programs, and a range of new models and policies that could help in delivering workforce content.

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Date: 3 April 2020

Try these hands-on-activities for invention education – a new, transdisciplinary approach to teaching and learning that explores how to problem solve like an inventor.

Date: 3 April 2020

Natalia Castro, Academic Coordinator for the Data Science Program at UTEC, answers questions about UTEC's blended learning approach for their data science masters program, launched in 2019.

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Date: 3 April 2020

Prof. Sanjoy Mahajan summarizes the top takeaways from the first week of Higher Education panels during J-WEL Connections.

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Date: 3 April 2020

Technology Enabled Active Learning (TEAL) is a project led by Prof. John Belcher and Dr. Peter Dourmashkin in 2002 to transform the traditional learning experience for introductory physics students. This recorded video allows you to view the TEAL room structure as well as how it is being used in action.

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Date: 3 April 2020

Natalia Castro of UTEC describes the blended learning approach for their data science masters program, launched in 2019.

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Date: 3 April 2020
In this hands-on workshop, we’ll explore the phenomena of balance and center of gravity using simple, everyday materials. We’ll use this shared learning experience to discuss the role of open-ended inquiry and providing students to develop conceptual understanding of some of the basic principles that govern mechanics and many physical systems.
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Justin Reich
Date: 2 April 2020

In this session from the J-WEL Connections online event, he discusses strategies for educators in managing the disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Mette Miriam Böll PhD, Peter Senge
Date: 2 April 2020

The shifting the burden systems archetype is a basic tool that can help us grow as leaders.

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Mette Miriam Böll PhD
Date: 2 April 2020

Dr. Mette Boell shares a basic framework of three core leadership capacities critical to shaping more generative school cultures regardless of one’s formal role.

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Peter Senge, Mette Miriam Böll PhD
Date: 2 April 2020

In this session, Dr. Peter Senge and Dr. Mette Boell share a basic framework of three core leadership capacities and practice with a basic tool, the shifting the burden systems archetype.

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Peter Senge, Mette Miriam Böll PhD
Date: 2 April 2020

In this session, Dr. Peter Senge and Dr. Mette Boell share a basic framework of three core leadership capacities critical to shaping more generative school cultures regardless of one’s formal role.

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Date: 2 April 2020

Ganbat Danaa from Mongolian University of Science and Technology answers questions about MUST's redesigning processes for the mechanical engineering curriculum to prepare their students at the international level.

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Claudia Urrea, Diane Brancazio, Leilani Roser, Kirky DeLong, J. Kim Vandiver, Judy Perry, Stephanie Couch, Brandon Clifford, Ben Ross Schneider, Haynes Miller, Michel DeGraff
Date: 2 April 2020

This panel session provides an opportunity for the MIT faculty and researchers who were awarded Innovation Grants to share their work with members of our J-WEL community.

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Date: 2 April 2020

Ganbat Danaa from Mongolian University of Science and Technology shares their redesigning processes for the mechanical engineering curriculum to prepare their students at the international level.

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Date: 2 April 2020

Justin Reich, assistant professor at MIT and director of MIT Teaching Systems Lab, offers advice and suggestions for educators to pivot their curriculums to online.