Teaching & Students

News articles classified as Teaching & Students

Stanford Graduate School of Education —

The future of inclusive learning

Scholars, policymakers, and educators from the Global South gathered at Stanford to drive research supporting students with disabilities.

Stanford Medicine —

Meet Christopher Lopez

The third-year MD-PhD student and Costanoan Rumsen Carmel Tribe member wants to see greater representation in medicine and better care for Native communities. “That’s the flame under me – that motivation to make a difference.”

Stanford Graduate School of Education —

What follows affirmative action?

A new course, leaning into the unsettled state of college admissions, seeks to open a broader conversation about universities and their contributions to society.

Stanford Accelerator for Learning —

Accelerating ed tech’s impact

At a Stanford-hosted summit, researchers and entrepreneurs considered how AI and other technologies can support effective, equitable, and responsive learning.

Stanford Graduate School of Education —

Don’t blame cheating on chatbots

Strategies to help students feel more engaged and valued are a better way to curb cheating than taking a hard line on AI, says Stanford education scholar Denise Pope.

Stanford Digital Education —

Calling all bionauts

Drew Endy and Jenn Brophy want to teach the world about bioengineering, beginning with an online course for high school students nationwide.

Stanford Bioengineering —

A game changer for would-be bioengineers

A free, educational video game designed by a team of undergrads lets students step into a digital version of Stanford’s world-class Uytensgu Teaching Lab.