Teacher Development

Student riding her bike past a Stanford fountain.
Nov 9, 2014
What are you planning for the last day of class? Help your students reflect on their learning with these fun and productive activities.
Prof sitting side-by-side with a student. Photo by Rod Searcey for CTL.
Nov 2, 2014
Learning is now an integral part of the teaching process. Instead of only lecturing to students, instructors now engage students in many different active learning activities, including role playing, simulations, debates, case studies, small group learning, and problem-based learning. By Phyllis Blumberg.
Stethoscope lying on a table
Oct 30, 2014
Sometimes we are mentoring students, even if we don't know it.
Oct 10, 2014
A quick, fun way to get fresh thoughts about your teaching and connect with other grad students.
Professor and student talking enthusiastically. Photo: Rod Searcey for Stanford CTL
Oct 6, 2014
Quick tips for giving face-to-face feedback to students.
Oct 6, 2014
Writing effectively about your teaching is an important skill that you will need for the academic job search, grant submissions, and your future academic position. In this workshop, led by Dr.
Sep 29, 2014
We will talk about Stanford students, resources for teaching and learning, teaching grants, and free services for you and your students that will save you time and engage your students.
Sep 26, 2014
Three-hour seminar to help Stanford Ph.D.s and graduate students apply successfully for positions at liberal arts colleges.
Female grad student in class with others speaking, gesturing. Photo by Rod Searcey for Stanford CTL.
Sep 22, 2014
Stanford's grad students got a jump-start on their teaching at CTL's TA Orientation Sept. 19.
Sep 19, 2014
All grad students who will TA in 2014-15: Get your TA-ship off to a great start with CTL’s TA Orientation for grads in all schools and departments.

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