The diverse group of graduate students in WPI’s Learning Sciences & Technologies (LST) program shares a passion for making STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education, as well as English courses, accessible and successful in K-12 schools by using technology to reach students, and by incorporating techniques that measure and reflect individual learning styles.
WPI offers graduate study leading to master of science (MS), and doctor of philosophy (PhD) degrees in Learning Sciences & Technologies.
For their interdisciplinary master’s degree, graduate students may choose, with the assistance of a faculty advisor, between thesis or course work options. To continue with doctoral studies in this program, the thesis option must have been completed at the WPI MS level. For further details, refer to the Graduate Catalog.
HELPING TEACHERS TEACH BETTER IN K-12
To reach their life goals, students need a teaching system that helps them learn more efficiently. The ASSISTments platform aids them in focus and successful subject mastery.