Empowering teachers. Closing educational gaps. Coping with stress. Getting good feedback. These familiar challenges will soon be getting some new attention.
BY MAY WONG
The latest crop of master’s projects from students of the Stanford Graduate School of Education’s Learning, Design and...
Science and humanities students came together to replicate museum objects to explore what it might have been like to live with and use the clay vessels. (Video by Kurt Hickman)
Stanford physics and history students explore how hands-on investigations can provide insights into the past in an art and...
The Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning (VPTL) will honor 46 Stanford teaching assistants with a Centennial Teaching Assistant Award during a noon ceremony June 11, 2016. The award recognizes outstanding instruction by teaching assistants in the schools of Humanities and Sciences...
Stanford President John L. Hennessy and U.C. Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks kicked off a weekend gathering of 150 leaders in education, industry and government who came together to talk about the future of higher education.
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.
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