mastering different teaching techniques, such as lecturing, facilitating, demonstrating, leading discussions, and coaching
Join us on Friday, October 4, 2019 at LKSC Berg Hall for the 7th Annual Education Forum: Innovations in Medical & Biosciences Education at Stanford.
The 7th Annual Education Forum: Innovations in Medical & Biosciences Education will be a teaching and learning opportunity for faculty, students, residents, fellows, postdocs, and staff. The Education Forum will highlight innovations in medical and bioscience education, and provide tools and strategies to be effective teachers, mentors, educators, and leaders.
This is the first article in a three-part series for international TAs that bridges outside research with TA experience at Stanford to provide you with suggestions for overcoming concerns about lan
The Universal Design for Learning Innovation Studio is a part of the Schwab Learning Center that focuses on integrating the leading science of how we learn into the design of learning environments.
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Stanford Splash is a twice annual opportunity for you to practice your teaching skills and share your passions (research related or not) with eager students.
The Teaching with Technology (TwT) Workshop is an annual program that guides faculty and instructors (including graduate student coteachers) through instructional design models to thoughtfully inte
Are you a TA or graduate student leading a class for the first time? Or are you on the academic job hunt and writing some example syllabi?
Learn about CTL resources and win a free iPad Pro!
Meet CTL staff and graduate students who will tell you about consultations on teaching, digital tools, mentoring opportunities, workshops, academic skills coaching, and more.
When you attend, you can enter a raffle to win a 10.5” iPad Pro. All are welcome, whether you’re an experienced teacher or have never taught before.
Free snacks and drinks will be available, including vegan and gluten-free options.
Contact for Questions: Tim Randazzo
The Teaching and Mentoring Academy, in collaboration with the Clinical Teaching Skills Seminar, invites all members of the Stanford community to attend this free event. Workshops and plenaries will provide opportunities for skill-building and presentations of scholarship focused on both medical and bioscience education, including workshops on mentoring skills, using group work in class, creating gender-inclusive academic environments, maintaining healthy professional boundaries, and much more .
Stanford's ASEE (American Society for Engineering Education) chapter is hosting its annual spring colloquium. This year's colloquium addresses "The Fundamentals of Teaching" through a keynote presentation, a sequence of interactive workshops facilitated by teaching experts, and a panel discussion about applications, results, and challenges of fundamentals.
Keynote Speaker: Prof. Kimberly Tanner (SFSU)