By Cheryl Siegel
When you think of students at a university, you might imagine them taking classes, doing homework, participating in sports or maybe working at the school newspaper. But did you know that at MIT, students can also teach their own classes?
Through the Educational Studies Program at MIT, students have the opportunity to teach courses to high schoolers and middle schoolers on a wide variety of topics – some serious, some not so much – including the history of heavy metal, probability, and medical device design.
On Highlights for High School, we have captured a few of these student-run classes.
Humanities and Social Science