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TELOS Learning Across Boundaries Symposium

Please join the TELOS Initiative and FamLAB for a special symposium on Learning Across Boundaries on Wednesday, Nov 8th from 5:30 - 8 pm. Includes a reception with light refreshments..
8 November 2017
CERAS Learning Hall

Children’s learning experiences in home, school, and community settings are often disconnected from one another, and this challenge particularly affects those who are already under-served. How might learning be better linked to support children’s development? How are some communities innovating to address this persistent challenge and how can digital technologies contribute toward solutions? This session will present ongoing national research by members of the FamLAB project (Families Learning Across Boundaries) and examples of practice from Remake Learning, Pittburgh.

CSET's Pondering Excellence in Teaching

Jennifer Langer-Osuna, PhD Assistant Professor Center to Support Excellence in Teaching Stanford Graduate School of Education
15 November 2017

CSET's Pondering Excellence in Teaching

Equity Focused STEM Initiative
13 December 2017

Leading STEM in a large urban district, it is about every child; it is not about boutique programs.  SFUSD has moved boldly over the past 4 years to make certain that the STEM fields are available all SFUSD graduates.  This has meant changing policies, curriculum, and learning structures for students and staff.  Historically, the ethnicity and gender of students who pursued STEM studies could be easily predicted; SFUSD is working to disrupt this fact by making computer science a compulsory subject PK-8, de-tracking math classes through high school geometry, and reforming science to a class

The Russian Revolution

Designed for middle school, high school, and community college history teachers. Registration opens Monday, December 4 at 12:00pm! 

2 February 2018 to 4 February 2018


Join Stanford scholars in an extraordinary exploration of the 1917 Russian Revolution.  This course includes museum and archival visits, a period film screening with Q and A, a vibrant academic lecture, and content specific pedagogical support to make all of what you learn accessible and relevant to your students.