Stanford Graduate School of Education is dedicated to solving education’s greatest challenges. The coronavirus crisis has shined a spotlight on deep-rooted inequities and illuminated the critical role that schools play in communities.
We’ve gathered resources from across the GSE to support educators and families. We also look to the future with conversations, programming, and research focused on what comes next.
To learn more about GSE instructors' move to the online classroom, including digital resources and strategies for higher education, visit Journeys Online, from GSE Information Technology.
We’ve gathered stories, activities, tips, and resources from across the GSE to support learning and well-being at home.
Our faculty bring their expertise to what we are learning now, as well as to the impact of disruption on the future of teaching and learning.
Though sheltering at home means many in the GSE community are scattered, all share a continued commitment to education. Read more about how our students are using their creativity and resourcefulness to support education in the time of COVID-19.
One of the good things that this situation [shelter at home] brought to me is that I had to reimagine my master’s project. I started to do hands-on workshops online on Zoom. For the last eight...
Luis A. Gonzalez
Sending my students a quick text or email is just not the same as standing by the door greeting them with a firm handshake, looking them in the eyes, calling them by their names, and welcoming...
Ana Trindade Ribeiro
As a social person, I admit that working from home and social distancing hasn't been easy on me or my field research. Still, I was lucky to be able to redesign one project—investigating how a...