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Stanford Teaching Festival

Summer workshops & yearlong learning communities
31 July 2017
Stanford University

Connecting teachers from around the globe to share and grow in teaching excellence. The Stanford Teaching Festival (STF) aims to bring together teachers from varied classrooms and contexts worldwide. Teachers participate in a common, in-person, high-quality professional learning experience over the summer, and are provided with the resources, tools, and support to engage and grow with one another in meaningful learning communities throughout the school year.

Designed for grades 7 - 12 life science and biology teachers

Hollyhock Fellowship

Summer Institute
9 July 2017
Stanford University

Nearly half of all teachers leave the classroom within five years. In schools that serve low-income students, the turnover is even higher—leaving the most vulnerable students with the least experienced teachers.

Stanford Institute on Islam

Key Concepts in the Study of Islam
22 April 2017
Stanford University

Pondering Excellence in Teaching: Edit Khachatryan, PhD

Strengthening the Quality of Feedback on Teaching
16 November 2016
CERAS 527

Stanford Teaching Festival August 1 - 5, 2016

Join us to celebrate excellence in teaching!
1 August 2016
Center for Education Research at Stanford

Explore our PD offerings at the Stanford Teaching Festival by subject area.

Hollyhock Fellowship

Teachers from high-needs schools across the country come together for an intensive summer institute part of their two-year commitment to growth and teaching excellence.
10 July 2016
Stanford University

Nearly half of all teachers leave the classroom within five years. In schools that serve low-income students, the turnover is even higher—leaving the most vulnerable students with the least experienced teachers.

Registration for Stanford Teaching Festival Courses - Now Open!

Join a community of educators committed to excellence in teaching.
13 June 2016
Center for Education Research at Stanford (CERAS)

Equity by Design: Week 9

Supporting Home-School Connections through Technology
23 May 2016
CERAS 101 - The Learning Hall

Technology can be an extremely powerful tool for connecting people and broadening participation. At the same time, family engagement with children’s schooling has been shown to benefit students and communities. How might digital technologies help support home and school connections for families with young children? Presenters will share models currently in the field and discuss further avenues to explore.

Equity by Design: Week 8

The Future of Reading and Writing
16 May 2016
CERAS 101 - The Learning Hall

As digital media continues to impact and envelop reading and writing practices, how is it shaping the future of reading and writing? In this session we will consider critical literacy and text production among youth and their communities that is often overlooked, and share successful experiences with guiding youth to read and write the world around them in ways that are relevant to their own realities.

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