treating other people fairly and equitably
For Stanford grad students and postdocs (open to all Stanford affiliates)
How can you create learning spaces (sections, office hours, labs, large classes) where all students feel included and comfortable participating? In this workshop, we’ll discuss the unique challenges of various content areas and learning formats, and what you can do to motivate the learning of all students in a variety of settings.
Presented by Jennifer Randall Crosby, Ph.D., and Gloriana Trujillo, Ph.D. of the Center for Teaching and Learning (part of VPTL)
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Many Stanford courses welcome graduate students from a variety of departments and programs. This list of current courses from Explore Courses appears to align with the Personal Develop
This hands-on workshop will complement what you are learning in your department, preparing you to use the skills of emotional intelligence in your career and life.
Open to all current Stanford graduate students, space is limited.
If selected, participants will be required to submit a $50 deposit check made out to Stanford University. Participants must attend all three sessions and checks will be returned upon successful completion of all sessions. Instructions for submitting the deposit will be included with the notification information.
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