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Justin Reich
Asst. Prof in Comparative Media Studies at MIT | Teaching Systems Lab | Founder |
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Penn State is banning it's 98 year old outdoor club from having students go outside. They are encouraging them to find alternatives to being outside, like watching movies.
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Teaching Systems Lab Apr 23
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Justin Reich Apr 23
Replying to @paulkrugman
. doesn't address the negative feedback loop here-- as these schools get worse, the public in those states will lose faith in investing in them--they won't want better schools...
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Justin Reich Apr 23
It seems obvious in retrospect, but I hadn't really put together that functionally, one of the core ways that conservative states paid for tax cuts was through stagnation in teacher pay and benefits...
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Benjamin Sabree Apr 23
Planning to be in New York around August 22nd - 24th? Want to spend some quality time with awesome math educators (from all levels)? Register for TMC NYC 2018. We'd love to have you.
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Justin Reich Apr 23
's airport wireless survey allows non-binary as a gender option... Kind of amazing to watch norms change
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Justin Reich Apr 23
Replying to @jonbecker
Wikipedia summarah, brah
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Justin Reich Apr 23
Replying to @jonbecker
I thought Wittgenstein said that you basically couldn't. No set of strict rules can distinguish game from simulation from play, etc.
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Teaching Systems Lab Apr 20
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Harvard Education Apr 19
Are your students participating in the ? How you can support their civil right to engage in peaceful protest, without taking a stand yourself:
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DML Research Hub Apr 19
Seeking Proposals for New MIT Book Series on Learning Environments, Mentorship and Social Emotional Learning Through Esports League, New Report on Digital Learning, And More in Latest Connected Learning Newsletter
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Tammy Duckworth Apr 19
I may have to vote today, so Maile’s outfit is prepped. I made sure she has a jacket so she doesn’t violate the Senate floor dress code (which requires blazers). I’m not sure what the policy is on duckling onesies, but I think we’re ready
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Justin Reich Apr 19
how many words is LowerEd? (excluding notes)
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Martin West Apr 19
Innovative study out today shows attending a charter school boosts voter registration and turnout in 2016 election by 16 and 12 percentage points, respectively.
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Justin Reich Apr 19
New MIT Book Series Seeks Authors | by via
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Justin Reich Apr 19
Replying to @BenjaminBHerold
Bonus thought, the field is obviously doing a very sub-par job on public communication, . Supporters of social psych and behavioral economics nudges in education should be doing way more public conversation about all of this work, so thanks for provoking.
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Justin Reich Apr 19
Replying to @BenjaminBHerold
Again, there isn't a learning experience that doesn't implicate the social, emotional, and psychological. Whether we have growth mindset messages, or green checks, red exes, "would you like a hint," buzzes, or stars, learning affects emotion.
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Justin Reich Apr 19
Replying to @BenjaminBHerold
All learning implicates attitudes, emotions, behaviors, social relationships-- these are inextricable dimensions in learning. Changing a typo in a textbook is a psychology experiment.
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Justin Reich Apr 19
Replying to @BenjaminBHerold
According to HHS 45 CFR 46, no consent is required. "Research on the effectiveness of or the comparison among instructional techniques, curricula, or classroom management methods" is exempt from human subjects protections.
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Justin Reich Apr 19
Replying to @BenjaminBHerold
Every rollout only goes to some people. You can either do an RCT within a 2017 cohort, or you can do a between cohort rollout with 2016 and 2017 cohorts. In every case, someone is (dis)advantaged, but it's much easier to learn who with the RCT.
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