tldr: lecture videos go brr
Post #22 on MITAdmissions.
This is an (albeit short) update of this post from a while back.
There are few projects I have worked on at MIT that have truly defined my time here thus far. So far on the blogs, I have written about two of them: the MIT Monologues and a class I developed and taught: 18.S190. I plan to write about a few more of these projects over the summer, but I wanted to give a short update about 18.S190!
Just this last week, lecture videos for this course have come out on MIT OpenCourseWare, right here! I believe that lecture videos are an important part of accessibility when it comes to education– accessibility heightened by the incredible work from OCW. These lecture videos even include subtitled/dubbing in Spanish and Portuguese!
I am really proud of the work here, and I hope you find it interesting too. Look at some of the cool things you can do while at MIT! I would’ve never thought I could do something like this in high school, and here we are.
Oh and one last thing– in my post about IAP plans, I threw out the idea of posting outfits I wore while teaching, an idea which was endorsed by a commentor on that post. So here ya go, here are some of my favorite screenshots from the lectures + the outfits I wore during them.
(For the photos, see the MITAdmissions post)
P.S.: Why do I look like I’m giving a TedTalk in each of these screenshots lmao