VPTL Resources for You
The Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning provides key resources for graduate students as you continue developing as learners and emerging teachers. We are here to help you develop your skills in the various roles you play on campus and will play once you leave Stanford — as students, teaching assistants, course assistants, course instructors, and future educators.
Develop your teaching skills
- Looking for a quick guide to TA-ing? Check out our TA Handbook.
- Boost your knowledge about teaching and learning. Take advantage of courses, course design institutes, TA Orientation, workshops, and VPTL events about teaching.
- Plan your professional development in teaching and set goals. See Grad Teaching @Stanford on our Teaching Commons website.
- Subscribe to TA News from VPTL to hear about upcoming workshops, events, and courses on teaching and learning.
Teach with technology
Get feedback from your students
- Mid-quarter is great time to ask for feedback from your students and help from consultants. VPTL consultants will meet with you about any teaching question or challenge. Request a consultant-led student discussion, class observation, video recording of your class, or teaching consultation.
- Do you have questions about the end-quarter section evaluations and how to customize them? Learn to use end-quarter evaluations.