Justin Reich from MIT’s Teaching Systems Lab (tsl.mit.edu) has been working with teachers and administrators to help schools innovate and provide high quality education for all students. His work is particularly germane in the time of COVID-19 when so many schools are having to abruptly and radically shift their practices.

He sat down to provide the community with “Five Tips for Transitioning to Online and Remote Teaching” in this video:

The Teaching Systems Lab has its own page at tsl.mit.edu/covid19 with links to new teachlabpodcast.com episodes and to their new report on remote learning guidance from the 50 US state education agencies. They also have an open dataset with links to the guidance, and their analyses. 

Also check out Justin’s recent JWEL session on “Online Learning in the Age of COVID-19“.

We hope you find these resources helpful.

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