This event is part of series:
Mondays, February 12 - March 19 (6 sessions), 5:00pm-6:30pm
Note: Due to the Presidents' Day Holiday on February 19th, this session has been rescheduled to take place on Wednesday, February 21st.
Open to all Stanford postdocs and to advanced graduate students as space is available.
This registration site is for the in-person Learning Community discussion group for the following course:Advancing Learning Through Evidence-Based STEM Teaching 2.0
“Advancing Learning Through Evidence-Based STEM Teaching 2.0” will provide graduate students and post-doctoral fellows in the STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) who are planning college and university faculty careers with an introduction to “teaching as research”—the deliberate, systematic, and reflective use of research methods to develop and implement teaching practices that advance the learning experiences and outcomes of both students and teachers. Participants will learn about effective teaching strategies and the research that supports them, and they will learn how to collect, analyze, and act upon their own evidence of student learning. For more info about this class, see http://stemteachingcourse.org (this is the updated "Course 2") To register for the online component of this class which starts Monday, February 5th, go to: Advancing Learning Through Evidence-Based STEM Teaching 2.0 The Learning Community discussion group for this course will meet weekly for 6 weeks on Monday evenings 5-6:30pm starting Monday, February 12th to discuss the content and how it can be incorporated into your teaching practice. Fellow postdocs will facilitate these discussions and group activities. Dates and locations will vary, registrants will be emailed further details.
*For the teaching certificate, you may claim up to 120 minutes of in-class time for each week's online class plus 90 minutes of in-class time for each week's discussion group meeting. You may only take the online class or you can register for both. Please submit at least one reflection per week to claim these classes for teaching training hours.