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Teaching Systems Lab
We investigate the complex, ambitious, technology-rich classrooms of the future, and the systems that we need to prepare teachers to thrive in those classrooms.
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Teaching Systems Lab Jul 5
We extended our RSVP deadline to Monday, July 9th! We invite you all to help us playtest new versions of our games, share your ideas, and engage in a conversation about education
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Teaching Systems Lab Jul 2
Our Dine & Play is happening next week, July 11th! Today is the last day to register for this great event. We would love to have you join us!
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Teaching Systems Lab Jun 28
The deadline to sign up for our next Dine and Play is fast approaching! Don't miss out on our fun game night at TSL
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Teaching Systems Lab Jun 28
Check out our Executive Director presenting on practices spaces
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Teaching Systems Lab Jun 20
Our next Dine & Play is in 3 weeks! Enjoy a fun night of playtesting our games, meeting TSL staff and enjoying dinner on us! Sign up today!
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Teaching Systems Lab Jun 15
TSL staff are working with to implement embedded assessment
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Teaching Systems Lab Jun 7
ends TODAY, June 7, at 11:30 PM UTC. Thank you for all of your hard work throughout this course!
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Teaching Systems Lab Jun 6
Our next dine and play will be on Wednesday, July 11th! Join us for another fun evening playtesting our games!
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Teaching Systems Lab Jun 5
TODAY at 5:30 PM UTC, join Justin and two learners in our final live event as they discuss lessons learned from Units 2 and 3. To join the event, go here:
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Becky Glennie May 24
needs to beat Voldemort he could: try to find adults who don't wait till he's like 16 to try and destroy horcruxes, convince hermione to steal the time turner, give up and convince jkr to write books about fred & george instead.
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Teaching Systems Lab May 23
Practice your skills! Pick a problem that your favorite children's book character faces in-story. Brainstorm ideas to solve that problem-- your ideas could be crazy/practical/fantastical/scientific/etc. Share the problem & your favorite ideas w/ us using
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Teaching Systems Lab May 17
Join us TODAY at 3:00 PM UTC for an Unhangout Live Event Also, remember that today Thursday, May 17 is the last day to upgrade to a verified certificate
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Heather Francis May 16
This week in our learning circle we focused on writing a problem statement. The big ideas we considered were: finding the essence of the problem, considering the “wicked problems," and finding levers for innovation
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Teaching Systems Lab May 10
Amazing work by and at TSL. Their work about beyond rubrics was published!
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Teaching Systems Lab May 10
How do schools teach to students? What kind of challenges come up, and how do schools face them? Find out in Unit 2 of which is now available!
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Teaching Systems Lab May 10
How can be applied to complex school systems and sticky educational problems? How can school leaders bring design thinking to schools? Explore these questions in Unit 3 of which is now available!
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EdSurge May 8
Where Classroom Design Meets Design Thinking
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Teaching Systems Lab May 7
Happy ! The course team appreciates all of you!
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Alexis Wren Apr 29
MIT’s has my imagination on fire this morning. It’s so much fun to think of crazy ideas and then realize, “Wait, that could actually work...” The course just started—check it out 😊
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Heather Francis May 2
Inaugural learning circle with colleagues
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