Faculty from Stanford Graduate School of Education research centers develop and oversee in-person and online research based professional development opportunities reaching over 40,000 people a year. Subscribe to our email updates.
A Community college administrators leadership program that creates and prepares the next generation of community college presidents.
Designed for K-12 educators, Challenge Success offers live and video-recorded workshops focused on providing research-based strategies for homework, teaching for engagement, alternative assessment practices, and overall student health and well-being.
PK-14 teachers participate in research-based professional learning experiences to promote high-leverage teaching practices in core subject areas to promote equitable learning of all students. In addition, participants receive coaching from a CSET coach, individually or with a team, throughout the year to develop instructional goals, plan lessons that support those goals, video record their practice, and reflect together on their teaching.
DREME TE provides free resources for early childhood teacher educators to prepare prospective and practicing teachers to promote young children’s mathematics learning. Resources include videos, handouts, and activities, and are designed to be flexible for use in a variety of professional development settings.
Designed for current and aspiring superintendents nationwide and taught by Stanford Graduate Schools of Education (GSE) and Business (GSB) faculty, Stanford EdLEADers is an innovative professional development program in which school district/system leaders gain insights and skills to address real-world challenges through a cohort-based, collaborative and 100% virtual experience.
Teams of High School teachers from high-needs schools with 2-6 years of experience can apply to a two-year fellowship program designed to encourage and equip them in their early-career years so that they persist and thrive in the classroom.
Teams of 3-4 from colleges, universities, and K-12 schools from around the world spend a week immersed in the Stanford Teacher Education Program (STEP) visiting participating schools, learning from GSE faculty, and working in their teams to translate their knowledge into practice at their organization.
"Reading to Learn in Science" provides an opportunity for science teachers to learn about challenging features of science texts and develop strategies to support student comprehension before, during, and after reading. Our fourth offering of the course is currently under way; the fifth offering will take place in Autumn 2018.
Teams of teachers, coaches, and/or administrators from a school or district engage in collaborative learning experiences around developing and using performance assessment to support teaching and learning with the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).
Understanding Language aims to heighten awareness of the critical role that language plays in the new Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Science Standards. Through collaborative efforts with schools, districts, state departments of education, advocacy groups, and other organizations, UL impacts professional development, research, curriculum, assessment, and policy.