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Justin Reich
Asst. Prof in Comparative Media Studies at MIT | Teaching Systems Lab | Founder |
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Mark your calendars for November 13-15 2017! Our Boston Summit is back and better than ever
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Oleg Pavlov Jul 19
Can kids learn by playing ? Yes! Check out our talk by and at at 11:30
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Marc Ecko Jul 18
Watch . live on TV to rethink the future of American high schools on Sept. 8. THIS--->> You in?💪🙏❤️
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Yoni Appelbaum Jul 19
"What do you want us to do, seize his Twitter account?” talks to Republicans on the Hill about Trump:
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Justin Reich Jul 18
Replying to @nat_vaughn
tell everyone to come to
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Justin Reich Jul 18
Replying to @krob
those are astounding...
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Kevin Robinson Jul 18
AP computer science participation jumped up this year with new exam, but still a long way to go towards CS for All
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Justin Reich Jul 18
you are a peach
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Justin Reich Jul 18
which new paper? link?
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Justin Reich Jul 18
Here's the debate I host in my mind between you and Goldin: race against technology (more ed = less inequality) versus credential inflation
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Rayna Freedman Jul 17
I'm going to "Edcamp Cambridge". See you there? via
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The Hill Jul 17
: Senate Republicans no longer have the votes to pass ObamaCare repeal
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Justin Reich Jul 17
Replying to @Research_Tim
grading on a curve?
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Teaching Systems Lab Jul 17
Want to be inspired by conversations with fellow educators? Check out EdcampCAMBRIDGE at
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Education Week Jul 17
.: Design Thinking for Reinvigorating Schools
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Justin Reich Jul 17
The computational engine behind edX review calculations is questionable. Or I'm being graded on a curve. Also, dodgy review.
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Justin Reich Jul 17
Replying to @audreywatters
But another example of people's early instincts to use computers to learn, and how those innovations affected computer culture and practice
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Justin Reich Jul 17
Replying to @audreywatters
Jim Paradis, former dept head of CMS/W gave a history of CMS/W, he described whirlwind as the genesis of technical comm. studies at MIT
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Justin Reich Jul 17
Replying to @audreywatters
the first real-time digital computer (and MIT's first digital computer) was built originally as a flight simulator. later used for radar
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Justin Reich Jul 17
have you ever read about Project Whirlwind? I just learned about it today
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