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a pair of binoculars on a carpet
Jul 14, 2017
Overview: Designed for PWR 2 students returning to research for the first time since PWR 1, this activity asks students to hunt for a diversity of sources and align them with the source types defined in Joseph Bizup's "BEAM"
Three students around a table, looking at their own laptops and thinking
Aug 27, 2016
Julia Bleakney Ph.D, Director of the Writing Center, Center for Writing Excellence, Elon University
Professor Carl Wieman
Jul 5, 2016
As a leader in the field of physics and science education, Stanford Professor and Nobel laureate Carl Wieman has been an advocate of replacing large lectures with active learnin
Ken Romeo
Apr 1, 2016
Instructor: Ken Romeo, Lecturer and Office of the Vice Provost of Teaching and Learning, Associate Director for the Stanford Language Center
 Department: Language Center

Jan 18, 2018
When I first arrived at Stanford, I found the Boothe Prize essays to be an incredible teaching resource.
Jan 18, 2018
Here's an overview of what our colleagues have been up to as we moved from the end of 2017 into the new year.
Jan 12, 2018
In writing classes, we often encourage students to collaborate with their peers on developing research ideas, refining their prose, and clarifying their arguments.
Jan 10, 2018
Overview: Students read Russell Baker’s two-page parody of “Little Red Riding Hood” and analyze his argument and rhetorical strategies.

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