EDUC Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
Civil Rights/Liberties: General
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Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
School of Education
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[ Academia ] as a Relevant Course outside SLS for those interested in Career/Life Management : Whatever your research interests, if you're interested in an academic career, keep in mind that a fundamental part of your success will be your ability to explain legal concepts to students. This course helps future faculty members understand how students learn and how the best teachers teach.
General course Description:
Open to master's and doctoral students in all disciplines. How teachers can promote lasting learning and ask which pedagogies are most effective in today's college classrooms. Readings analyze teaching and learning in diverse disciplines and institutional types. Students observe the instruction of a Stanford master teacher. Students write a paper about the instruction of the teacher they observe or prepare a syllabus and commentary for a course of their design.
Course Frequency: Offered once a year