Autumn 23-24 TEACH Symposium
The 2023 Autumn TEACH Symposium aims to provide you with practical, actionable, just-in-time teaching and learning ideas that can be incorporated into autumn courses.
It will take place online over two half-days:
- Tuesday, September 19, 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
- Friday, September 29, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Topics will include Artificial Intelligence (AI) in learning, Canvas tips, syllabus best practices, setting up students for success, classroom strategies to encourage wellness and belonging, and more.
Watch the featured guest speaker
The event included a special guest speaker for Friday, September 29: Sarah Jaquette Ray, author of the Field Guide to Climate Anxiety, who presented "How to Keep Your Cool on a Warming Planet: An Emotional Toolkit for the Climate Generation".
Classroom orientation open-house
Come to the Lane History Corner in person on Tuesday, September 19 from 10:00 to 10:45 AM for an orientation to classroom tools and to connect with classroom technology support staff.
Register to attend
All Stanford faculty, instructors, staff, TAs, and students interested in teaching and learning are encouraged to attend. This event is limited to Stanford affiliates only. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom links for the TEACH Symposium.
Schedule and session descriptions
A variety of sessions are offered over the two days of the symposium from a variety of campus units.
Tuesday, September 19
11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Is Your Syllabus Reaching Prospective Students?
What’s New with Poll Everywhere
Tips For Creating An Accessible Canvas Course
Personal Knowledge Management with Outlook, Google Drive, and Slack
|Exploring AI Chatbots in Teaching and Learning|
Kenji Ikemoto, Marvin Diogenes, Sarah Pickett
Canvas Overview Session
Paige Trisha Coleman & Kailey Chen
Student Conduct 101 & Fostering Environments for Academic Integrity
Nancy Thuy Nguyen
Friday, September 29
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Field Guide to Climate Anxiety
Sarah Jaquette Ray
Small Group Hands-on Activities to Cement Recently Learned Material
Engagement in Healthcare Education: Innovative Strategies for Fostering Meaningful Learning Experiences for Healthcare Professionals
Experience the Difference: Strategies for Teaching Students at Various Levels
|Jeopardy-style Quizzes, Team-based Learning: Adding to Your Teaching Toolbox|
|Sparkshop Series: 2 Micro-Workshops on Preparing to Teach|
Alison Brauneis & Kirstin Haag
|Beyond the Apprenticeship Model: Increasing Learner Engagement through Simulation||Amanda Rigas||12:30-1:00|
Questions? Problems? Requests? Email us at TeachingCommons@stanford.edu.