Help Young Learners Thrive with Free Courses, Programs and Activities from MIT

Help Young Learners Thrive with Free Courses, Programs and Activities from MIT

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At MIT, we apply our motto “Mens et manus” (“mind and hand”) by offering hands-on learning experiences for learners of all ages. We’ve put together a list of some of MIT’s courses and programs aimed at helping youth — and educators of youth — thrive.

Online Courses for pK-12 Educators

Becoming a More Equitable Educator: Mindsets and Practices with Justin Reich and H. Richard Milner IV

D-Lab: Education & Learning Class with Lisa Nam

Envisioning the Graduate of the Future with Justin Reich, Elizabeth Huttner-Loan, and Alyssa Napier

Launching Innovation in Schools with Justin Reich and Peter Senge

Online Pedagogy Workshop from MIT’s Comparative Media Studies and Writing program

Online Resources for pK-12 Learners

Highlights for High School from MIT OpenCourseWare

Instructables from MIT Edgerton Center K-12 MakerLab

MIT App Inventor from MIT CSAIL

Scratch from MIT Media Lab

MIT To the Moon to Stay from MIT AeroAstro and MIT Media Lab

Reach Every Reader from MIT Scheller Teacher Education Program Lab

STEM Projects from MIT Edgerton Center

Student Outreach Program from Koch Institute

Weekly K-12 Learning Packages from Full STEAM Ahead

Weekly Challenges from MIT Blossoms

School-Based Programs

Educating Through Stories from the Caribbean Youth Development Institute

Everyday AI for Teachers and Students from MIT Scheller Teacher Education Program Lab

“Making Sense of Models” from MIT Scheller Teacher Education Program Lab

AI and Ethics for Middle School from MIT RAISE

Other Youth Programs

BeaverWorks Summer Institute and BeaverWorks Fall Program from the MIT Lincoln Laboratory and MIT School of Engineering

Solv[ED] from MIT SOLVE


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