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There are a wide variety of workshops and programs from across the university to help you to sustain and improve your teaching practice. 

Do-it-yourself Workshop Kits

These workshop kits can help you facilitate your own customized workshop on popular content from the Teaching Commons. These kits are inspired by various programs offered by Teaching Commons partners.

Creating an AI Course Policy Workshop Kit

This workshop kit will help your audience write a clear and comprehensive AI course policy statement for their students that can then be used within the course syllabus.

Groups that offer workshops

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For everyone at Stanford

Center for Teaching and Learning

The Center for Teaching and Learning offers a wide-variety of programming, including:

  • Course Design Institute (CDI)
  • Capstone Experience Design (CapED)
  • IDEAL Pedagogy
  • CIRTL@ Stanford teaching certificate program
  • Teaching Advancement Grants
  • Graduate Teaching Consultants
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For everyone at Stanford

TEACH events

The Teaching Commons partners collaboratively present the TEACH series of professional development events.

  • TEACH Conference
  • TEACH Symposium (multi-day series of online workshops)
  • Course Clinics (drop-in consultation hours)
  • TEACH Media Library
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For students

Student Learning events

The Student Learning Programs group offers workshops, study halls, and academic studios, with different offerings for graduate, undergraduate, PhD students, and so on. Postdocs, staff, faculty, and lecturers may also attend most programs.

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For Graduate School of Business

GSB Teaching and Learning Hub

The GSB's TLHub supports instructors in the GSB in delivering world-class educational experiences. The TLHub offers workshops (GSB only) and recordings of past events (available to everyone).

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For graduate students and postdocs

Vice-Provost for Graduate Education

Programs include:

  • Diversity and Inclusion Innovation Funds (DIF)
  • Research, Action, and Impact through Strategic Engagement (RAISE)
  • Preparing Future Professors
  • Grad Grow
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For everyone at Stanford

Canvas Support

The Canvas support team offers events and workshops about Canvas designed specifically for those in instructional roles. 

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For Stanford Medicine

Office of Faculty Development and Diversity

OFDD provides seminars to departments and groups across Stanford Medicine upon request. Past workshops have covered topics such as:

  • Conflict Resolution
  • Delegation Strategies
  • Delivering Dynamic Presentations
  • Effective Virtual Presentations
  • Negotiation Skills
  • Overcoming Unintended Bias and Other Cognitive Errors
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For Stanford Medicine

Educational Technology

EdTech is Stanford Medicine's in-house education, innovation, and production studio. EdTech regularly holds workshops for staff and faculty, some of which are eligible for continuing medical education (CME) credits. 

Upcoming educational events from the Stanford community


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Request a workshop

Many campus units can facilitate workshops specifically for your department, team, or student group.