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Understanding principles of teaching & learning

Course Design Institute for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Scholars (GradCDI)

In this six-week series, you will have the chance to build or revise a course syllabus using evidence-based frameworks. Some course components will consist of live Zoom sessions and some will be completed on your own time. Subjects include inclusive design principles, effective student assessment, active learning, and more. You will earn a certificate of completion after finishing all course components. Please apply by June 9 - you will receive notification of your acceptance to the program by June 16.

Course Design Institute for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Scholars (GradCDI)

In this six-week series, you will have the chance to build or revise a course syllabus using evidence-based frameworks. Some course components will consist of live Zoom sessions and some will be completed on your own time. Subjects include inclusive design principles, effective student assessment, active learning, and more. You will earn a certificate of completion after finishing all course components. Please apply by June 9 - you will receive notification of your acceptance to the program by June 16.

Course Design Institute for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Scholars (GradCDI)

In this six-week series, you will have the chance to build or revise a course syllabus using evidence-based frameworks. Some course components will consist of live Zoom sessions and some will be completed on your own time. Subjects include inclusive design principles, effective student assessment, active learning, and more. You will earn a certificate of completion after finishing all course components. Please apply by June 9 - you will receive notification of your acceptance to the program by June 16.

Course Design Institute for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Scholars (GradCDI)

In this six-week series, you will have the chance to build or revise a course syllabus using evidence-based frameworks. Some course components will consist of live Zoom sessions and some will be completed on your own time. Subjects include inclusive design principles, effective student assessment, active learning, and more. You will earn a certificate of completion after finishing all course components. Please apply by June 9 - you will receive notification of your acceptance to the program by June 16.

Course Design Institute for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Scholars (GradCDI)

In this six-week series, you will have the chance to build or revise a course syllabus using evidence-based frameworks. Some course components will consist of live Zoom sessions and some will be completed on your own time. Subjects include inclusive design principles, effective student assessment, active learning, and more. You will earn a certificate of completion after finishing all course components. Please apply by June 9 - you will receive notification of your acceptance to the program by June 16.

Course Design Institute for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Scholars (GradCDI)

In this six-week series, you will have the chance to build or revise a course syllabus using evidence-based frameworks. Some course components will consist of live Zoom sessions and some will be completed on your own time. Subjects include inclusive design principles, effective student assessment, active learning, and more. You will earn a certificate of completion after finishing all course components. Please apply by June 9 - you will receive notification of your acceptance to the program by June 16.

STEM Lecturers and Academic Teaching Staff: Student challenges in and out of the classroom

Student challenges in and out of the classroom: What we know and how instructors can help

Do you ever wonder how students are coping with remote learning in and outside of your Zoom classroom? This session is a chance to hear from the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) Academic Coaches, who work with hundreds of Stanford students each year to help them develop effective academic skills and strategies. Learn about the top challenges that are causing students to seek help right now, and get ideas for how you can address them in your classroom.

Preparing for Classroom Cold Calling: Effective Reading Strategies

Hone your reading strategies to help you anticipate and answer questions in class.

Does the idea of being cold called in class fill you with dread? Do you do the readings but still feel caught off guard when asked a question? Numerous graduate programs use a method of oral interrogation in the classroom or on exams to stimulate critical thinking, but the process can be intimidating. This Grad Studio will help you organize your reading habits to prepare for class discussions and cold calls.

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