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In this workshop, participants discover the ins and outs of group work firsthand so that they can develop dynamics to produce optimal results.
Jesse Harris leading workshop
In this workshop, participants discover the ins and outs of group work firsthand so that they can develop dynamics to produce optimal results.
A woman presents at the front of the room.
For international TAs teaching in the US: this series will help you overcome concerns about language proficiency and cultural matters in U.S. classrooms.
Two students in class discussing a question. Photo by Rod Searcey for Stanford VPTL.
This recent study inquired into why students change their initial answers and with what success. A side benefit: it identified two ways to increase student learning in your class.
Photo of duck paddling in water, showing it both above and below the surface
The "Duck Syndrome" is maintaining a calm exterior while paddling frantically underwater. Here's how a Stanford blog helps students escape it.
Student speaking at mic, large blue UN symbol on screen behind him. Photo by Rod Searcey for Stanford VPTL.

A highly realistic two-day simulation of a UN Security Council meeting teaches students how to conduct international diplomacy.

Headshot, Stanford President John Hennessy
Stanford President John Hennessy will share the University's vision for technology in teaching and learning on April 30.
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