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Part-Time STEM Teacher Education Lecturer at MIT

Looking for a part-time paid lecturer for two introductory education courses at MIT.    One year (one course in the fall and one in the spring) substitute lecturer wanted for two introductory education courses at MIT (Introduction to Education: Looking Forward and Looking Back on Education and Introduction to Education: […]

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Welcoming Milly Farid

We are thrilled to welcome our new postdoctoral learning designer Milly Farid to the MIT Scheller Teacher Education Program. Milly will be joining the XQ Math Team, helping us to create Project Based Learning curriculum and playful assessments. Her research draws on design-based research approaches in supporting and understanding processes […]


Breakthroughs in Biology

Biology is changing quickly, with many exciting developments every year, but teens often don’t know about these innovations. That may deter them from entering the field. In our lab, we developed Cellverse, a game for learning cell biology that incorporates several cutting-edge aspects of biotech, including virtual reality, nano-robotics, personalized […]


Everyday AI Make-a-thon

Everyday AI Make-a-thon: Co-designing with Teachers to Advance AI Education Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing the landscape of the future.  At the Everyday AI Make-a-thon – a weekend hybrid hack-a-thon hosted by the MIT STEP Lab in partnership with the MIT Media Lab – we invited public school teachers from […]

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SEPT 2022

We are excited to be moving forward with the planning of an ON CAMPUS Science and Engineering Program for Teachers in 2022 as we did pre-pandemic, onsite and housed at MIT with the 56 teachers accepted in 2020 from Sunday, June 26th- Friday, July 1st. This group of teachers joined […]

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CSTA Presentation

Irene Lee presented at the CSTA: CS Across the Curriculum Conference on February 12. Her keynote focused on CS Integration to Enhance Disciplinary Learning. Link to the presentation can be found here.