Student learning and well-being are supported by the presence of a cohesive classroom community, both in face-to-face learning as well as remote learning. On Nov 19, 2020, Open Learning and TLL cohosted […]
Data work is often thrust upon teams of people who already have a day job. Data teams are thrown together and data leaders have to overcome various data divides. This […]
If you are TAing or will TA in the future as a non-native English speaker, we are hosting a panel discussion for English as a Second Language (ESL) TAs, in […]
Over the past 20 years, multiple stakeholders have identified and recommended improvements for first-year advising at MIT. More recently, students who participated in the Designing the First Year Experience undergraduate class […]
Students’ ability to learn effectively is greatly affected by their social lives and emotional state, both inside and outside of the classroom. As we approach another tense and fraught election in the United States, many students—regardless of their political leanings—feel anxious about the election and can feel frustrated and distracted when faculty act as though nothing momentous is going on.
This informal discussion and networking series is for MIT staff who are interested in keeping the conversation going in between Data Talks workshops, with the intention of building our community.
In this structured peer review exercise, you will give and receive feedback from your peers on your teaching philosophy statement drafts. After completing Part 2 and incorporating feedback, participants are […]
The teaching philosophy statement is a required part of most academic job applications and is often required in the faculty tenure and promotion process. By articulating your motivation for and […]
This event has passed. See our recap blog post here. In this virtual workshop, Jason McKnight (Assistant Director of MindHandHeart) and Kate Doria (Assistant Director of Institutional Research) introduced MIT’s […]