Teacher Development

Sep 16, 2014
A Faculty Panel Seminar for New and Early Career Stanford Faculty
Sep 7, 2014
Physics TAs-in-training get firsthand experience through student teaching in a program that prepares them well.
Abstract outdoor sculpture at Stanford Medical Center. Photo by Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service.
Aug 24, 2014
Wish you could be more mindful about your teaching? This Stanford Med program gives medical instructors the opportunity.
Two white-coated physicians on either side of a patient in a hospital room
Aug 18, 2014
Bedside teaching involves the teacher, the learner and a willing and interested patient. Resident Kirsten Brandt describes a useful format to help them do it effectively.
The Jury, by John Morgan. Photo Wikipedia.
Aug 5, 2014
How to handle a committee that doesn't support you.
Male and female Caucasians walking outside, talking, smiling
May 28, 2014
Great ideas to support TA teaching: a course, an online handbook, and a support system that includes coffee.
Book cover of "Teaching what you don't know" showing a stack of textbooks.
May 21, 2014
How do you teach material you may have only learned a week, a day, or hours before teaching? Stanford's Thinking Matters program used “Teaching What You Don’t Know" by Therese Huston to train their postdoc fellows for this.
May 18, 2014
How to handle students who want to raise their grade at the end of the quarter--when you don't have a time machine.
May 16, 2014
CTL invites faculty and TA teams to a conference on TA training programs in this annual luncheon event. Departmental faculty in charge of TA training will receive invitations from CTL.
Classroom, male Caucasian student in foreground listening, taking notes
May 8, 2014
What makes teaching first-years different from teaching more advanced students? Certain issues are much more important. Here are classroom tactics to address them.


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