The goal of the teaching lunch is to kick-off the academic year with an overview of key resources and discussions to jump start your teaching at Stanford. The session is primarily oriented to new faculty and lecturers. Continuing faculty and lecturers are welcome.
We will talk about Stanford students, syllabus design, course evaluations, resources for teaching and learning with and without technology, and free services for you and your students that will save you time and engage your students.
After a general introduction on Stanford policies and resources, participants will join two 30-minute conversations with staff from the VPTL.Lunch and short presentations by the Hume Center, the Office of Accessible Education and the Office of Community StandardsBreak out sessions with two rotations (Teaching Café style. See topics below):-Course Design for Learning: design related questions & resources, feedback, Q&A, course goals, inclusive design;-Student Feedback: Mid-quarter feedback, course evaluations, video and classroom consultations, professional development opportunities;-Digital Learning: Engaging your students with digital tools (Canvas, blended learning and flipped classes, SCPD); and-Engaging Stanford Students: Who they are as learners, teaching all students, learning resources, working with TAs, grad teaching development.Optional Consultation time