What a moral philosophy course offers high school students
Mike Taubman, ’04, teaches a class based on a long-running Stanford freshman seminar (Structured Liberal Education, or SLE) to his students in Newark, New Jersey.
Research and Explorations
Bringing AI literacy to high schools
Stanford education researchers collaborated with teachers to develop classroom-ready AI resources for high school instructors.
Stanford pandemic education report: Lessons can be drawn from COVID-19 emergency remote teaching
Innovations made by staff and faculty during the pandemic have the potential to support students’ well-being and academic progress.
The Floating University: Experience, Empire, and the Politics of Knowledge
Historian Tamson Pietsch discussed a bold precursor to Semester at Sea for the Academic Innovation for the Public Good book series.
Six Stanford students cycle and teach across America
Stanford Digital Education partnered with Stanford Spokes to facilitate its annual summer cross-country ride.
Promoting bio-literacy through digital education
Professors Drew Endy and Jenn Brophy take a step toward educating the world about bioengineering with a course offered to high school students nationwide.
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