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The TEACH Symposium recurs several times a year, often around inflection points in the year such as the beginning of a new year or a shift in modality. Each TEACH Symposium offers free, online workshops for any member of the Stanford community. First developed during the shift to remote teaching, the Symposium runs as a pop-up, with sessions run by practitioners across the university.

Winter 2021 TEACH Symposium (December 8-10, 2021)

Register to attend

Register for any number of sessions. You will receive a calendar invite with Zoom links for each registered session along with an overall summary of your registered sessions. 

Register

Session descriptions

Read about the sessions and find the ones that interest you. 

Gallery view of session descriptions.

Browse session descriptions

Schedule-at-a-glance 

Quickly check to see which sessions work best for your schedule.

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View calendar of sessions

Submit a proposal

All staff, instructors, students, and Stanford community members are invited to submit a proposal to present at the TEACH Symposium. Please submit your session by Monday, November 22nd

Here are some questions to consider as you plan your session:

  • What successes, lessons, or practices from Autumn might instructors want to adopt?
  • What policies should we be mindful of as we plan for in-person teaching? 
  • In what ways can we continue to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion outcomes?
  • How can we continue to practice intentional pedagogy?
  • How can we continue to put the values of the TEACH framework into practice (Timely, Engaging, Accessible, Connected, and Humane)? 

If you have any questions as you prepare your session submission, don’t hesitate to reach out. Please share this widely with other instructors, staff, and students you think might want to lead a session.   

Submit a proposal

Contact us

Questions? Problems? Requests? Email Lauri Dietz at ldietz@stanford.edu.