What are the requirements for the MIT Open Learning | Teen Tech program?
In order to pass this course and receive a certificate, students must maintain a 75% average or higher on assigned work. All assignments are graded on a pass/fail basis.
The fast-paced, rigorous nature of the course is ideal for students who have some familiarity with programming; the course is not suitable for students new to coding. iD Tech offers a wide range of other options for kids of all experience levels. Browse our course catalog or speak with an Academic Advisor to find the perfect fit for your child!
Who will be the instructors for the MIT Open Learning | Teen Tech program?
During daily instruction, your child will be taught by iD Tech-certified instructors. MIT professors have shared their expertise through exclusive pre-recorded videos that will be incorporated into the course each day. Our instructors will support ...
I’ve signed up for the MIT Open Learning | Teen Tech program. What steps do I need to take before the first day of class?
Prior to the start of the course, you will receive an email from Emeritus that contains directions to set up Canvas, MIT’s learning management system. Your child will need to set up a Canvas account in order to participate in the course. These ...
How old must my child be to take the MIT Open Learning | Teen Tech program?
Students must be at least 13 years old by July 26, 2021 in order to attend. The oldest a student can be in order to enroll is 19 as of July 26, 2021. Students turning 20 during the program are still eligible to attend. There are no age exceptions in ...
When is the MIT Open Learning | Teen Tech program taking place?
The program will run from July 26, 2021 to August 6, 2021, Monday through Friday. Registrants may choose from two different starting times: 11am ET / 8am PT and 2pm ET / 11am PT. Click here to see the available times. There will be two hours of ...
What is the curriculum for the MIT Open Learning | Teen Tech program?