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Teachers praise the free online course, Reading to Learn in Science, which will be offered from January through April by professor Jonathan Osborne.
Oct 23 2015 | Stanford News
The speakers at the Oct. 22 Faculty Senate meeting included Russell Berman, German studies and comparative literature; Jim Campbell, history; Susan McConnell, biology; and Sheri Sheppard, mechanical engineering.
Oct 16 2015 | Stanford News
The university has created a new course evaluation form that faculty members can customize by identifying the learning goals of the course and adding questions of their own. The deadline for faculty to customize course evaluations for autumn quarter is Nov. 13.   BY KATHLEEN J. SULLIVAN
Oct 15 2015 | Stanford News
Massive online classes for virtually everyone were supposed to change the world of education, but it hasn't worked out that way yet, say three Stanford professors who have been involved since the beginning.   BY DAN STOBER
Sep 30 2015 | Stanford News
Stanford will explore the art and science of teaching and learning in 2015-16 with the Year of Learning initiative. To kick off the Year of Learning, innovative Stanford faculty will share their techniques and projects at the Great Teaching Showcase event on Oct. 2. BY JOAN PASSARELLI
May 11 2015
The Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning (VPTL) is now offering a new seed grant program for the 2014-15 academic year. The first seed grant program (then offered by the office of the Vice Provost for Online Learning between Summer 2012 through Spring 2014) was designed to broadly...
May 6 2015 | Stanford News
New Talkabout video discussions designed by Stanford researchers can connect diverse groups of learners across the globe and improve class performance. BY JAMES URTON
Feb 2 2015 | Stanford News
Digital tools, including a free, public online manuscript training course, are allowing English professor and medieval manuscript scholar Elaine Treharne to share her expertise well beyond traditional classroom walls.   BY MARGUERITE RIGOGLIOSO The Humanities at Stanford   Most people don't realize...
Jan 29 2015
National Science Foundation grant allows Stanford Engineering team to experiment with a way to combine online learning with hands-on experience. By VIGNESH RAMACHADRAN | Stanford Engineering  
Jan 28 2015
  By THERESA JOHNSTON The online courses encourage lively debate among students aiming to master the skills required by the Common Core.   First graders in a dual language program in Corvallis, Ore. work on a poster project. Photo courtesy of OSU