Stanford Center for Teaching and Learning Playlist

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Teaching in the Digital Age
Teaching in the Digital Age
(October 13, 2011) Andrea Lunsford discusses how technology has changed and will continue to shape how learning and teaching is done. Her focus on how the role of the teacher changes, as technology in...
Why Do Students Call Me Yoda?
Why Do Students Call Me Yoda?
(November 3, 2011) Channing Robertson discusses his personal education and how it has influenced his teaching style. He talks about how his love and passion for learning have allowed him to relate to ...
Jump In, the Water is Lovely!
Jump In, the Water is Lovely!
(January 26, 2012) Professor Margot Gerritsen shares her experience being a math instructor, swim coach, and cheerleader simultaneously. She shares her thoughts on how to help new graduate students ov...
Teaching Freshman Math & Science to the Masses
Teaching Freshman Math & Science to the Masses
(February 10, 2011) Ralph Cohen shares how math and science can best be taught to the masses. He focuses on the programs that deliver math and science to Stanford freshman, as well as some of Stanford...
Teaching for Learning
Teaching for Learning
(February 2, 2012) Professor Jennifer Summit discusses recent research on undergraduate literacy and intellectual development. She explores how it can transform university teaching, learning, and disc...
Gender, Race, and Other Classroom Unspeakables
Gender, Race, and Other Classroom Unspeakables
(February 16, 2012) Michele Elam addresses where is- or should be- the place of race, gender, and other charged topics in higher education. Elam discusses the profound anxiety in teaching these "unspe...
Collecting Folklore, Teaching Skills
Collecting Folklore, Teaching Skills
(May 19, 2011) Gabriella Safran recounts her recent experience teaching a WRITE-2 class on folklore and literature. Safran discusses how the broad folklore material offers opportunities to engage a va...
Textbooks, Handouts, and Other Materials: Which Are Effective?
Textbooks, Handouts, and Other Materials: Which Are Effective?
(January 26, 2006) Guenther Walther describes many of the learning materials and teaching tools he utilizes as an instructor. He explains how he operates in class and discusses many of the goals teach...
Controversy and Social Commitment in the Classroom
Controversy and Social Commitment in the Classroom
(November 7, 1996) Luis Fraga talks about handling controversial and debated topics in the classroom and how to get students involved on both sides of the argument without discounting individual persp...
The Process of Discovery: Research as a Teaching Tool
The Process of Discovery: Research as a Teaching Tool
(January 20, 2005) Deborah Gordon discusses how one can use research as a teaching tool through group projects and directed undergraduate research. She describes how she operates in class and discusse...