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TEACH Symposiuim

TEACH Symposium returning soon

The TEACH Symposium will pop up again November 30 to December 4, 2020. 

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Popping up November 30 to December 4, 2020

Learn from peers, connect with campus experts, and get ready for any teaching modality. Come to one, come to all!

Registration opens November 1.

TEACH Stanford Pop-up Symposium

The Essentials

1.Symposium Schedule (coming soon). Read about the sessions and filter the ones that interest you. 

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See the summer schedule to get a sense of the sessions. Winter schedule coming soon.


2. Symposium Registration (opening soon). We're a pop-up Symposium, so you can coordinate directly with the session organizers—who know their session the best—with any questions. 

3Course Clinics. Register for any session to receive the link for this casual opportunity. Get answers for your specific tech and teaching questions, or just brainstorm and chat with like-minded participants. 

4. Teaching Circles. Indicate on your registration if you'd like to connect with a small group of instructors during the symposium.

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Past Symposium Videos

If you would like access to some of the session recordings and materials from July and August, check out the Teaching Commons Media Library (SUNet login required; make sure you're using your Stanford Google account). 

Molly Antopol is a recent Wallace Stegner Fellow in fiction and current Draper Lecturer in Creative Writing. Her debut story collection is The UnAmericans.

Volunteer at the Symposium!

Ready to share your experiences? You can propose a session through October 30, or volunteer to offer advice and help at the Friday course clinic (email for details). 

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About the TEACH Framework

The Symposium builds on the Stanford TEACH framework to value instruction that is Timely, Engaging, Accessible, Connected, and Humane. Learn more.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is the Symposium for?

Whether you're teaching online for the first time in the winter or already have some online teaching under your belt, the TEACH Symposium offers you a place to refresh your ideas, problem-solve, and be inspired.

Staff members, TAs, graduate students, etc. also have attended and found useful information in past sessions. All Stanford affiliates welcome! 

Do I have to come the whole time?

No. Come to as many sessions as you like. We encourage participants to pick and choose the sessions that are most useful. 

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Suggested Session Itineraries

Coming soon. We'll have recommended sessions for those:

  • Teaching Online for the First Time
  • Eager to Build Their Tech Skills
  • Ready to Learn What Stanford Has to Offer
  • And many others...