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K-14 Workshops & Courses

Stanford Global Studies partners with the Graduate School of Education's Center to Support Excellence in Teaching (CSET) and the Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE) to provide unique professional development courses and workshops for K-14 educators.

Workshops for Community College Faculty

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Stanford Global Studies and the Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education offer half-day workshops for community college faculty.   Each workshop includes a presentation and Q&A with a leading Stanford professor on their latest research.


K-14 Professional Development Workshops

 

professional development course on teaching the history of World War I

Stanford Global Studies and the Center to Support Excellence in Teaching present a series of three-day workshops that offer teachers the opportunity to deepen their knowledge of key topics of current relevance and hone their pedagogical expertise.  

2019-20 schedule coming soon.


Summer Teacher Institutes

The Center for Latin American Studies and the Center to Support Excellence in Teaching have partnered to offer professional development courses for educators on the history of the Americas. Participants will have the opportunity to experience being students again while deeping and broadening their content knowledge. 

History of the Americas: Latin America and the Cold War

June 19-22, 2019

 

The Center for Latin American Studies and the Center to Support Excellence in Teaching present this three-day course on the Cold War and how it affected, and was shaped by, Latin America and the Caribbean. Expert Latin American studies scholars will provide rich content knowledge, from U.S. and Soviet involvement to inter-American relations in post-Cold War Latin America, including the role of underrepresented populations such as women and indigenous groups. We will explore how to use primary sources, literature, and scholarly texts to build curriculum that reflects the revised History-Social Science Framework, encouraging students to think critically about key historical events and navigate complex and often contradictory content.

Learn more about the workshop and how to enroll


View past workshops here.