Navigating the Teaching Commons site
- The Explore Teaching Guides section offers comprehensive guides arranged by key topics.
- The Find Articles section includes quick how-tos, activity ideas, and instructor interviews.
- In the Connect to Resources section, you'll find a growing list of helpful services from across the university.
Explore recommended resources
- Are you a new graduate instructor? Check out the Foundations of Course Design teaching guide.
- Do you want to use Zoom to teach fully online? Check out these Zoom-related articles.
- Thinking about diversity, inclusion, and equity? View the Inclusive Teaching guide.
What's new: Autumn Quarter 2021
- We've reconfigured and expanded our guides to support all teaching modalities, including on-campus and face-to-face instruction.
- Looking for detailed guidance on returning to in-person instruction this fall? Check the Course Guidance AY 2021–22 page on Teach Anywhere for updates on classroom safety, instruction and planning, and much more.
- The New to Teaching at Stanford page answers common questions about policies, logistics, and resources for those who are new to Stanford.
- A new teaching guide on blended learning to help you make the best of digital and in-person pedagogies while transitioning back to face-to-face instruction.
- View recordings of TEACH Symposium sessions using your Stanford Google account on the Teaching Commons Media Library.
- Looking for policy and technology updates on the autumn quarter and COVID-19? Visit the Teach Anywhere website.
Each teaching guide is a curated collection of content pages from across the Teaching Commons focusing on a particular theme. We hope that they serve as pathways to help you navigate the Teaching Commons.
Teaching Commons media library
The library features on-demand archival recordings of online workshops for the Stanford community delivered by campus experts from across the university. Use your Stanford Google account to access.
Learning to enrich face-to-face instruction
A featured article from the Center for Teaching and Learning about how online and pandemic teaching practices can enrich face-to-face instruction.
Center for Teaching and Learning
We support evidence-based and inclusive learning and teaching practices, educational programs and training, community building, and strong collaborations and partnerships with schools, departments, and other offices.Center for Teaching and Learning
GSE IT Teaching Resources
An evolving collection of stories, findings, and resources inspired by GSE instructors’ move to the online classroom.Visit Teaching Resources site
Teach Anywhere is your go-to spot for university policies and procedures on the academic calendar, class scheduling, and more.Teach Anywhere