Students in a classroom, seated at tables, animated discussion
Aug 10, 2015
Here’s how to start doing research on your own teaching and what the ethical considerations are. Part 2 in a series.
Science prof in the field with students: white suits, blue gloves
Aug 4, 2015
Want to be a better teacher? Employ the techniques of science to analyze your own teaching, improve it, and contribute to the teaching community.
Headshot, Prof. Jeremy Bailenson
Nov 12, 2014
5:00 to 5:30: reception 5:30 to 6:30: presentation
View of redwood trees, looking upward from roots to blue sky
Aug 19, 2014
How can you tell what students are learning in an outdoor science camp? It's tricky, but here's how.
Students solving problems in class, inverted bicycles
May 23, 2014
Is active learning measurably better? Carl Wieman commented on the recent PNAS paper on active learning in a Scientific American interview.
Female grad student wearing VR headset stands, arms extended to the front, in VR lab; others watch
May 22, 2014
Jeremy Bailenson and Stanford's Virtual Human Interaction Lab have a vision for using virtual reality in education.
Feb 8, 2014
Illustrious panel at Stanford on teaching & learning as complex systems.
Exterior, Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford
Jan 21, 2014
How often does your teaching save lives? These Stanford researchers' training improvements helped more children survive.
Graphic of pink and green "cells" on a black background
Jan 8, 2014
Does viewing an introductory video before class help students absorb the lecture material better? Karin Forssell, Director of the GSE's Learning Design & Technology Program, is studying Prof. Anne Friedlander's courses to find out.


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