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.
This course unpacks the teaching approach that was used in an 18-lesson intervention that raised the achievement of students learning mathematics by the equivalent of 2.7 years of school. It includes over 30 videos of the teaching and interviews with students, and will be helpful for teachers and leaders of K-16 mathematics.
Explore the new research ideas on mathematics learning and student mindsets that can transform students' experiences with math. Whether you are a teacher preparing to implement the new State Standards, a parent wanting to give your children the best math start in life, an administrator wanting to know ways to encourage math teachers or another helper of math learners, this course will help you.
Teachers often state that pursuing National Board certification was their most powerful professional learning experience. It can be challenging to determine what and how best to provide evidence of your accomplished practice. The goal of this course is to support teachers pursuing certification by combining collaboration with other educators and National Board Certified Teachers (NBCTs) and using a compilation of key resources.
How can we combat the rising tide of stress and anxiety impacting our youth today? Gain insight and practical solutions during an evening with best-selling author and psychologist Lisa Damour and Challenge Success Co-founders.
Stanford World Language Project (SWLP), formerly known as The Bay Area Foreign Language Program (BAFLP), is dedicated to promoting quality language teaching and learning with year-round programs for all language teachers of any level. SWLP is led by practicing world language teachers. The proficiency-oriented strategies presented in the seminars and workshops are the ones that they use in their own classrooms. Our goals include:
Join Professor Jo Boaler and the youcubed team on the Stanford campus and learn how to teach math with a growth mindset! Each session is appropriate for K-12 teachers, coaches and administrators. In this workshop, we focus on exploring content and the pedagogy that promotes a growth mindset.
Taking a modern teaching approach can serve as a cultural bridge between community college teachers and the students they serve. Explore the fundamentals of teaching and learning science with Science in the City author and Stanford Associate Professor of Science Education Bryan Brown.