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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 Mar 22
Do you enjoy playing games? Join TSL on Thursday, April 11th for another fun Dine and Play event! Dinner will be provided. RSVP now!
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Teaching Systems Lab Mar 6
Join TSL for another fun game night! Our next dine and play is on Thursday, April 11th!
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Teaching Systems Lab Jan 22
We extended our RSVP deadline to Friday, January 25th! 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 Jan 15
On Jan 31 join MIT professor & for a free online course - Competency-Based Education: The Why, What and How. Enroll now:
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Teaching Systems Lab Jan 14
Check out this recent paper about "MOOC Pivot" written by and
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Teaching Systems Lab Jan 10
TSL research scientists YJ Kim and Lousia Rosenheck sat down with to discuss how game-based assessment could help educators measure curiosity and creativity. Take a listen!
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Teaching Systems Lab Jan 9
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Teaching Systems Lab Jan 8
Join us at our next Dine & Play on Jan. 31st! Have fun playing some of our newest games and enjoy dinner on us! RSVP by Jan. 21st
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Teaching Systems Lab Jan 3
Join us in 4 weeks for our next Dine & Play on Jan. 31st! You can playtest the newest versions of our games and enjoy a great dinner on us!
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Teaching Systems Lab Dec 28
Our next Dine & Play is a month away. Check out our newest games, share your ideas and enjoy dinner with TSL on January 31st! RSVP by Jan 21st.
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Teaching Systems Lab Dec 27
Postdoctural associate Jose Antonio Ruiperez-Valiente was just recognized as the most noteworthy person in Murcia, Spain in 2018! Congrats to !
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Teaching Systems Lab Dec 19
Check out our new course starting on 1/31!
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Teaching Systems Lab Dec 19
Great to see these students building rubrics and metarubrics! Thanks for sharing
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Stephanie Passman Dec 14
Thanks to our partners from for talking with our parents about assessment - embedded, playful, ongoing!
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EdSurge Dec 14
Part one of our two-part story looking at how researchers are developing playful assessments to measure student growth.
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EdSurge Dec 14
The second part of our two-part story looking at how one school is piloting research on playful assessments to measure student growth.
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Teaching Systems Lab Dec 4
Our next playtest is scheduled for Thursday, January 31st! Join us for another fun game night and dinner on us!
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EdWeek Opinion Nov 27
“For kids, coming home and playing Fortnite is very similar to playing army men in the woods and building forts,” say of and Matthew Gaydos of . See why they think this popular video game might actually be good for students.
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Louisa Rosenheck Nov 9
Shadowspect is our new geometry game-based assessment and we are inviting all 7-10th grade educators to try it out! Local to Boston or remote are all welcome to join the pilot - visit for info and sign up at
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YJ Kim 김박사 Nov 8
Our partner school implemented our embedded assessment tools in their maker projects. Can't wait to get more feedback from the students!
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