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About TEACH Events

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Like the Teaching Commons as a whole, TEACH events are organized and facilitated by people across the university in many different roles. We are invested in fostering a strong culture of teaching and learning. TEACH stands for the core values we believe Stanford teaching can embody (Timely, Engaging, Accessible, Connected, Humane).

Read more about the TEACH Framework.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who are TEACH events for?

For all Stanford instructors and those interested in teaching and learning, including faculty, staff, TAs, graduate students, and so on. TEACH events offer a place to refresh your ideas, problem-solve, and be inspired. All Stanford affiliates are welcome! 

Do I have to come the whole time?

No. For the Symposium, we encourage participants to pick and choose the sessions that are most useful. For the conference, come for the whole event or whatever part of it works best for you. For course clinics, feel free to drop in any time to ask any questions and for general discussion. 

Do TEACH events count towards the Postdoc Teaching Certificate?

Yes! TEACH events do count toward training hours for the Postdoc Teaching Certificate.

TEACH Organizers

TEACH events are planned and led by units from across the university. Current organizing committee members include:

  • Lauri Dietz (Organizing Committee Chair), Associate Director, Introductory Seminars & Faculty Development, Stanford Introductory Studies
  • Alison Brauneis, Associate Director, Teaching and Learning Programs, Graduate School of Business, Teaching and Learning Hub
  • Beth Seltzer, Senior Instructional Technology Specialist and Project Manager, Graduate School of Business
  • Carlos Seligo, Academic Technology Specialist, Academic Technology Solutions Laboratory, Center for Teaching & Learning
  • Catherine Randle, Administrative Manager, Center for Teaching & Learning
  • Erik Brown, Senior Project Manager, Education Outreach & Digital Innovation
  • Gloriana Trujillo, Director, Faculty and Lecturer Programs, Center for Teaching & Learning
  • Jennifer Johnson, Lecturer, Program in Writing and Rhetoric & Leland Scholars Program
  • Kenji Ikemoto, Academic Technology Specialist, Academic Technology Solutions Laboratory, Center for Teaching & Learning
  • Kenny Ligda, Associate Director, Faculty and Lecturer Programs, Center for Teaching & learning
  • Michael Rouan, Sr. Director, Academic Technology Solutions Laboratory, Center for Teaching & Learning
  • Tracy Steele, Director of Student Affairs, Stanford Online High School
  • Special thanks to SIS CDA+ Ellie Fajer for conference support!

TEACH Events Code of Conduct

The TEACH Symposium, Conference, Course Clinics, and all other TEACH events strive to be a collaborative, positive learning experience for all, regardless of age, body size, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity and expression, physical appearance, race, religion (or lack thereof), sexual orientation, or technology choices. We do not tolerate harassment of event participants in any form. Event participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the event at the discretion of the event session facilitators and organizers. (Thanks to confcodeofconduct.com for inspiring the language of our code of conduct.) 

 

Notes: Add picture and Table of contents with anchor tag links here? Confirm that all TEACH events including Course Clinics do count for postdoc certificate. 

If there are more FAQ questions, it might be better as a separate page than on here?