TAACCCT Proposal Support fromMIT and Lumen LearningM.S. Vijay Kumar, MITKim Thanos, Lumen Learning1
Overview Welcome and Introductions About MIT + Lumen Building on partnerships and success Round 3 Opportunities Key A...
MIT + LumenBuild upon success to collaborate with you Experience collaborating with community collegesthrough Gates-funde...
MIT World leading domain expertise in relevant, industry-specific areas; Tradition of practical, project-based, small gr...
Lumen Learning Serve open access institutions Support innovation in teaching and learning Technology-enabled learning e...
Key Aspects of Round 3 Education landscape continues to change Evidence-based design Stacked and latticed credentials ...
Core Elements of the Solicitation Core Element 1: Evidence Based Design MIT + Lumen bring learning science connection in...
Focus for MIT and Lumen Support Direct domain expertise That blends online and hands-on in effectivetechnology-enabled l...
Domain Expertise Discussions focusing on: Advanced manufacturing Entrepreneurship Healthcare Also interested in: Ene...
Scale through edX Open source platform for online courses at scale For large massive classes…or small focusedexperiences...
Technology-enabled LearningOur approach Blends online and practical learning Through tested strategies with community co...
Project Support Traditional project management Finding and using existing open resources Including round 1 and 2 grante...
Supporting Existing Capabilities Focus on learning outcomes Focus college completion and using labor marketoutcomes Fac...
Next Steps We’re open to collaborate on any proposals wherewe can help you. Our costs will be written in to grant Conta...
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Round 3 TAACCCT grants were announced in April 2013, providing federal funding to educational institutions - primarily community colleges - for innovative projects aimed at workforce development for individuals whose jobs have shifted overseas. To complement the resources community colleges bring to the table, MIT and Lumen Learning are collaborating to further support TAACCCT grant proposals by providing applied domain expertise in technology-enabled learning, open education, and workforce development in growing, high-skill industries: advance manufacturing, energy, entrepreneurship, life sciences, and STEM fields. This presentation provides an overview of the types of support and expertise MIT and Lumen Learning can offer as collaborative support for educational institutions seeking Round 3 TAACCCT grants.

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TAACCCT Proposal Support from MIT and Lumen Learning

  1. 1. TAACCCT Proposal Support fromMIT and Lumen LearningM.S. Vijay Kumar, MITKim Thanos, Lumen Learning1
  2. 2. Overview Welcome and Introductions About MIT + Lumen Building on partnerships and success Round 3 Opportunities Key Aspects of Round 3 Collaborative Opportunities Next Steps2
  3. 3. MIT + LumenBuild upon success to collaborate with you Experience collaborating with community collegesthrough Gates-funded Next Generation LearningChallenges grants Effective outcomes in developmental math, STEMareas, business Strong focus and support for open education Strength in developing and managing multi-institution national collaborations3
  4. 4. MIT World leading domain expertise in relevant, industry-specific areas; Tradition of practical, project-based, small grouplearning; Growing expertise in use of MITx for large-scale,distributed learning; A rich history of educational and educationaltechnology innovation; and Learning experiences that infuse innovation andentrepreneurship throughout4
  5. 5. Lumen Learning Serve open access institutions Support innovation in teaching and learning Technology-enabled learning experiences Open education models Cross-institutional collaborations Efficacy research Connect funded projects for greater impact Approach Institutional and direct faculty support Bridging, buffering and scaffolding5
  6. 6. Key Aspects of Round 3 Education landscape continues to change Evidence-based design Stacked and latticed credentials Transferability and articulation of credit Advanced online and technology-enabled learning Strategic alignment Alignment with previously-funded TAACCCT projects All rounds require open licensing; round 3 rewardsreuse of open materials Round 1 leads can be a lead or a partner, Round 2schools can be partners in national consortia6
  7. 7. Core Elements of the Solicitation Core Element 1: Evidence Based Design MIT + Lumen bring learning science connection into design Core Element 4: Advanced Online and TechnologyEnabled Learning: MIT + Lumen bring effective technology-enabled pedagogy withscaling opportunities Core Element 5: Strategic Alignment MIT + Lumen bring experience tailoring innovations to localgoals with effective and realistic approach7
  8. 8. Focus for MIT and Lumen Support Direct domain expertise That blends online and hands-on in effectivetechnology-enabled learning experiences Coupled with scale through edX Along with faculty and program support That are extended through network effects fromcomplementary projects8
  9. 9. Domain Expertise Discussions focusing on: Advanced manufacturing Entrepreneurship Healthcare Also interested in: Energy (including Clean and Renewable Energy) Life sciences and biotechnology Authentic STEM learning9
  10. 10. Scale through edX Open source platform for online courses at scale For large massive classes…or small focusedexperiences Innovation in embedding assessments and content,with a nearly infinite question bank for students totest their understanding10
  11. 11. Technology-enabled LearningOur approach Blends online and practical learning Through tested strategies with community collegelearners That can include simulations and game-basedlearning experiences And with support and training for faculty11
  12. 12. Project Support Traditional project management Finding and using existing open resources Including round 1 and 2 grantees Copyright and open licensing Collaboration and partnership12
  13. 13. Supporting Existing Capabilities Focus on learning outcomes Focus college completion and using labor marketoutcomes Faculty participation in curriculum development Grant management infrastructure and experience Alignment with one of our interest areas Or, another project under development where wemight add value13
  14. 14. Next Steps We’re open to collaborate on any proposals wherewe can help you. Our costs will be written in to grant Contact us through taaccct-inquiries@mit.edu sowe can speak directly about next steps.14

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