Tech Tutors

The Media Lab is offering a paid service opportunity to undergraduate students. Tech Tutors will work with small groups (“learning pods”) of students who need extra support during COVID-19, focusing on offering creative STEAM activities and general support for digital learning. The program will serve middle school (6-8) students from low-income families at a partner school. Becoming a Tech Tutor offers MIT students an ELO and a chance to invest in positive social change in their communities. In addition to working with students, Tech Tutors will also be invited to a series of seminars on learning and pedagogy with researchers from the Media Lab. Contact sjh2021@mit.edu if you’re interested!

The Media Lab is offering a paid service opportunity to undergraduate students. Tech Tutors will work with small groups (“learning pods”) of students who need extra support during COVID-19, focusing on offering creative STEAM activities and general support for digital learning. The program will serve middle school (6-8) students from low-income families at a partner school. Becoming a Tech Tutor offers MIT students an ELO and a chance to invest in positive social change in their communities. In addition to working with students, Tech Tutors will also be invited to a series of seminars on learning and pedagogy with researchers from the Media Lab.

Expectations:
-Meet with 3 students for 2 hours a week
-Keep up with Journal of their work
-Come to weekly check-ins/seminars
-Engage students in STEAM activities, individually or in groups
-Participate in UTOP training throughout the term

Contact sjh2021@mit.edu if you are interested!

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