TEACH Symposium: August 30 - September 3
The Fall TEACH Symposium will offer all new workshops on how to prepare for the return to in person teaching. What experiences or lessons learned from online teaching might we take back with us? What strategies will help students and instructors re-acclimate to learning in real life? How might courses incorporate hybrid elements to support learning goals, promote inclusivity, or prepare for the next disruption?
Registration opens July 30th. Visit the Teaching Commons website to learn more.
Online Teaching - Teach Anywhere
- Online Teaching Training Opportunities
- Best Practices
- How Tos and Tools
- Misc Support
- What I wish my Professors Knew (Spring 2020) - A presentation by the First-generation and/or Low Income Partnership (FLIP) about the FLI student experience and challenges with remote learning
- If you were not able to attend, you can watch their presentation on YouTube
- Use Zoom to support your class: https://teachanywhere.stanford.edu/zoom-course-support
- How to use Zoom to lecture in Canvas: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ljyQ7UFSJu0gr0JY_oU-YaCFaNdBMHWQ__EZZbs7I4M
- In order to help prevent Zoom-bombing, University IT has published a Zoom Security Guide: https://uit.stanford.edu/service/zoom/meetingsecurityguide
- Online Engagement Tips: https://stanford.box.com/s/gzo3311ecepg9up5zqarwf4onlj86di5
- For one-on-one consultations about Zoom or Canvas, please contact Carlos Seligo at:
- (650) 485-9209
Online Learning & Multimedia Support
- Carlos Seligo offers support to faculty for online learning, primarily through the production of video and other media. Carlos is available to consult faculty designing multimedia projects. You may arrange an appointment by contacting him at email@example.com.
BLM Resources (recommeded by the Office of Faculty Development & Diversity)
- RaceWorks: A resource for educators and facilitators who want to develop students’ or coworkers’ racial literacy
- LARA Method: Listen, Affirm, Respond, and Ask Questions, builds respect and common ground between people in conversation, allowing you to explore your differences more openly and honestly.
- Are You Ready To Talk?: A resource for those who want. to have or lead a conversation about different identities, experiences, or viewpoints.
- Centering Black Community Needs: Developed by the Office of Graduate Education for faculty and staff to engage in difficult conversations and better support students, postdocs, and research staff
- Resources for Education and Action: Readings developed by the Teaching & Mentoring Academy to support education around racism and anti-racism.
- Justice In June: Becoming an active ally to the black community
- Anti-Racism Resources for White People: A resource guide compiled by Sarah Sophie Flicker and Alyssa Klein for white people to deepen their anti-racist work
Additional Stanford Teaching Resources
- Stanford Office of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies Policy Guide
- CTL Teaching Commons Resources
- CTL Consultation Request Form
- Office for Inclusion, Belonging and Intergroup Communication
- Working At Home (a recording of the previous webinar, Ergonomics @ Home on March 30): https://ehs.stanford.edu/news/ehs-mobile-ergonomics-webinar
- Setting up a Grade Proxy (in case of emergencies): https://registrar.stanford.edu/resources-and-help/axess-faculty-advisors-and-grade-proxies/designating-grading-proxy
- Virtual Well-Being by Vaden Health Services: https://vaden.stanford.edu/virtualwellbeing
- Resources to Help a Student in Distress (Red Folder): https://studentaffairs.stanford.edu/redfolder