Sorting Truth from Fiction: Civic Online Reasoning
Join the Stanford History Education Group for a free, self-paced course on how to teach students to sort truth from fiction on the internet.
National Board certification Candidate Support 2020-21
Join our online candidate support to achieve National Board certification. Now's the time to jump in, collaborate, and improve your practice!
Math Mindsets Curriculum Planning for STEM Core Faculty
For Community College Math Professors teaching in STEM Core Colleges
History of the Americas: Central America and the Cold War
Join the Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS) and the Center to Support Excellence in Teaching (CSET) in summer 2020 for a virtual professional development institute on Central America and the Cold War.
Challenge Success Summer Leadership Seminar (Virtual)
One-day PD for K-12 school and district leaders to explore our research-based school change framework and learn strategies that promote student well-being and academic engagement in your school community.
Slavery in Historical and Contemporary Contexts
This virtual workshop will focus on different ideologies, practices, and systems of slavery throughout history and across cultures, and examine the legacy and impact of economic exploitation around the globe.
Computational Thinking in Teaching and Learning
This professional learning opportunity is currently available to practitioners in San Mateo County. Practitioners will explore how (and why) they can support students engagement with computational thinking practices through interdisciplinary means.
National Board Certification Introductory Seminar
This online introductory seminar provides a preview of the National Board certification process. Participants will experience some of the work involved in candidacy and gain an understanding of the contents of a portfolio.
Students Speak | Listening In to Move Forward
Join our virtual, two-part PD to listen deeply to real students’ experiences of remote learning and work with fellow educators to reimagine how school might look in the Fall to best support student well-being and engagement with learning.