Teaching and Learning Studio
At the d.school, we take learning to the next level. Here, educators from across disciplines experiment with new ways of engaging students using design thinking. Active learning; project-based learning; experiential learning. What do these buzzwords really mean? How do you actually apply these strategies in ways that helps students develop 21st century skills and mindsets? This in-person training, hosted at Stanford’s d.school, is for higher education faculty who want to get better at creating learning experiences with students at the center.
In this workshop, you will learn (by doing) creative practices for designing and facilitating learning experiences, team teaching, debriefing, and using physical space as a teaching tool. Led by d.school faculty and program leaders of the University Innovation Fellows (UIF), this workshop will be open to 30 higher education faculty. You will be able to immediately apply these learnings to your teaching practice.
Dates (5 options)
- June 13-16, 2017
- July 18-21, 2017
- January 2018 (dates TBD)
- June 11-14, 2018
- July 16-19, 2018
Higher education faculty: Both tenure-track, non-tenure track and adjunct/clinical faculty are welcome, as well as staff with current or upcoming teaching responsibilities. Faculty do not have to be sponsors of University Innovation Fellows, nor do they have to bring a Fellow. However, priority and a price discount will be given to campuses who have University Innovation Fellows.
Deadline: Rolling admission. First come, first serve.
Notification: Allow one week for processing.
Faculty (from schools participating in the UIF program): $4,000 per person
Faculty (from schools NOT participating in the UIF program): $5,000 per person
Group rate: secure three registrations and get the fourth registration free (25% discount)
- Four days of a custom-designed immersive experience
- Custom instructional materials
- Post-workshop follow-up
Travel and lodging are NOT included.
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