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Upcoming event

TEACH U-Symposium Winter 2023

The TEACH U-Symposium is a half-day, fully online, professional development event on teaching and learning where you decide what will be offered. It will be held on Thursday, January 5, 2023, from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM on Zoom.

TEACH Events

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Bring the Teaching Commons to life by attending one of our TEACH events, featuring innovative teaching ideas, opportunities to ask and answer questions, and a place to build community across campus. All Stanford community members are welcome at any of these events.

In-person full-day conference

TEACH Conference

The TEACH Conference brings together diverse people from across the University for professional development, networking and socializing around teaching and learning. 

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Multi-day series of online workshops

TEACH Symposium

This event is typically held at the beginning of every quarter. The sessions cover a wide range of topics. All Stanford community members are invited to attend or to present a session.

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Online drop-in consultation hours

Course clinics

Course Clinics invite all Stanford community members to bring questions to a diverse group of support staff, usually with an emphasis on pedagogy and academic technology. Typically occurs quarterly as part of the TEACH Symposium schedule.

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Collection of TEACH event recordings

Media library

Video recordings and materials from previous TEACH events. (Use your Stanford Google account to access.) 

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Teaching Commons for all

TEACH events are an integral part of the Teaching Commons effort to bring together partners from across the University dedicated to fostering a positive culture of teaching and learning for all.