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  • Welcome | MIT Teaching and Learning Laboratory
    Teaching Materials Assessment and Evaluation Spotlight Ithaka S R Pulishes Review of Online Learning Research In the past decade online and hybrid instruction has grown steadily across colleges and universities in the United States As Ithaka S R continues to study the impact of online instruction on student outcomes they are also building on the research of others With Online Learning in Postsecondary Education A Review of the Empirical Literature

    Original URL path: http://tll.mit.edu/ (2015-05-29)
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  • Request for Service | MIT Teaching and Learning Laboratory
    Library Calendar How We Can Help You Assessment and Evaluation Guidelines for Teaching Programs and Services Teaching Materials Education Research at MIT Request for Service Individual Course Consultation Class Videorecording and Teaching Consultation Kaufman Teaching Certificate Program Registration New Faculty Teaching Orientation SoE TA Teaching Orientation Registration MOOC Supported Local Learning Community Registration Teaching and Learning Laboratory Massachusetts Institute of Technology Mailing address Walk in delivery address 77 Massachusetts Avenue

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  • Working with TLL | MIT Teaching and Learning Laboratory
    assessment and evaluation We are also well informed about funding opportunities in STEM education More specifically TLL staff members can Contribute to efforts to strengthen curriculum and curricular materials from concept through implementation Consult on effective classroom based practices Offer feedback on teaching performance Provide guidance on using technology to foster learning Advise on designing and implementing assessment to provide data for continuous improvement of educational initiatives Partner on research

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  • Who we are and what we do | MIT Teaching and Learning Laboratory
    TLL also plays an important role in MIT wide innovations in pedagogy curriculum and educational technology that both strengthen the educational experience for students and impact national and international initiatives in STEM teaching and learning TLL is part of the Office of the Dean for Undergraduate Education TLL has three interrelated functions The three circles below illustrate the contributions of TLL s expertise in teaching and learning Specifically we Collaborate

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  • Contribution to educational research | MIT Teaching and Learning Laboratory
    research that is the core of our ongoing work of assessment and evaluation projects carried out in close collaboration with MIT faculty and program staff Research in areas specific to our interests including educational psychology educational technology psychometrics and transferrable skills We choose research areas we believe will contribute to MIT s educational mission and advance knowledge in the field Thinking about creating your own assessments Show tools for Developing

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  • Library | MIT Teaching and Learning Laboratory
    Instructing and Evaluating in Higher Education A Guidebook for Planning Learning Outcomes 2012 09 30 Book Disrupting Class How Disruptive Innovation Will Change the Way the World Learns First Edition Christensen Clayton 2012 09 29 Book The New Professor s Handbook A Guide to Teaching and Research in Engineering and Science First Edition Davidson Cliff I Ambrose Susan A 2012 09 29 Book Disrupting Class How Disruptive Innovation Will Change the Way the World Learns First Edition Christensen Clayton Johnson Curtis W Horn Michael B 2012 09 29 Book Disrupting Class How Disruptive Innovation Will Change the Way the World Learns First Edition Christensen Clayton 2012 09 29 Book Tools for Teaching First Edition Davis Barbara G 2012 09 29 Book Disrupting Class How Disruptive Innovation Will Change the Way the World Learns First Edition Christensen Clayton 2012 09 29 Book Reinventing Undergraduate Education A Blueprint for America s Research Universities Kenney Robert W 2012 01 01 Report Article Paper The Boyer Commission on Educating Undergraduates in the Research University State University of New York at Stony Brook Effective Instruction for STEM Disciplines From Learning Theory to College Teaching First Edition Mastascusa Edward J Snyder William J Hoyt Brian S 2011 05 24 Book Preparing Future Faculty to Assess Student Learning Denecke Daniel D Kent Julia Wiener William 2011 01 01 Report Article Paper Washington DC Council of Graduate Schools Teagle Foundation Assessing for Learning Building a Sustainable Commitment Across the Institution Second Edition Maki Peggy L 2010 11 01 Book How Learning Works Seven Research Based Principles for Smart Teaching First Edition Ambrose Susan A Bridges Michael W DiPietro Michele Lovett Marsha C Norman Marie K 2010 05 17 Book Leading the Learner Centered Campus An Administrator s Framework for Improving Student Learning Outcomes First Edition Harris Michael Cullen

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  • Calendar | MIT Teaching and Learning Laboratory
    How We Can Help You About TLL TLL R D Library Calendar Calendar Teaching and Learning Laboratory Massachusetts Institute of Technology Mailing address Walk in delivery address 77 Massachusetts Avenue 55 Hayward Street Building E39 207 Room 207 Cambridge MA

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  • TLL's blog | MIT Teaching and Learning Laboratory
    6 002x The findings appeared in the online journal Research Practice in Assessment RPA in its special summer 2013 issue on MOOCs You can download our paper here In the study we outline the investigation we have undertaken as part of a multidisciplinary cross institution team in order to make sense of the massive quantities of rich data from 6 002x Our work is funded by a one year NSF grant information here We address four basic research questions who are the 6 002x students what behaviors and background factors predict achievement and persistence how do students form groups and interact with each other and what is the 6 002x experience for residential MIT students Read more about TLL work highlights initial results of edX MOOC study Placing MOOCs in the Larger Context of Innovations in Education Submitted by TLL on Wed 2013 12 11 18 07 By Jennifer DeBoer Postdoctoral Associate for Education Research The Sorbonne Universités consortium of universities hosted a colloquium on Trends in Innovative Education last week I was pleased to present our recent work with data from the edX platform and I highlighted two major points First I presented the quantitative results from our predictive models which investigate which student behaviors and background factors are significantly related to achievement Another RPA blog entry describes this overall study and Lori has highlighted some of the key findings here Read more about Placing MOOCs in the Larger Context of Innovations in Education MOOC Research Workshop and Conference Submitted by TLL on Mon 2013 12 09 12 09 By Lori Breslow Director TLL Last week I attended the MOOC Workshop and Conference at the University of Texas Arlington Organized by George Siemens who is well known for co creating one of the first c connectivist MOOCs almost two hundred researchers instructional designers faculty computer scientists and policy makers talked about the work they ve been doing and what they ve learned so far Read more about MOOC Research Workshop and Conference Talking with grad students about soft skills for the academic job market Submitted by TLL on Wed 2013 11 20 09 41 By Jennifer DeBoer Postdoctoral Associate for Education Research On Monday night I had the pleasure of sharing my experiences on a panel hosted by the MIT Graduate Student Council s Academic Research and Careers Committee Video of the panel is forthcoming for those who could not attend The discussion was focused on soft skills for the academic job market those skills and experiences beyond a publication record that often get forgotten with the laser focus on articles and conference papers Read more about Talking with grad students about soft skills for the academic job market What Future for MOOCs Submitted by TLL on Wed 2013 11 13 10 04 By Lori Breslow Director TLL The World Innovation Summit for Education WISE held its annual meeting in Doha at the end of October http www wise qatar org content wise initiative WISE founded by the Qatar

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