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Stanford will explore the art and science of teaching and learning in 2015-16 with the Year of Learning initiative. To kick off the Year of Learning, innovative Stanford faculty will share their techniques and projects at the Great Teaching Showcase event on Oct. 2.
Vice Provost John Mitchell speaking, gesturing

Stanford will explore the art and science of teaching and learning in 2015-16 with the Year of Learning initiative. To kick off the Year of Learning, innovative Stanford faculty will share their techniques and projects at the Great Teaching Showcase event on Oct. 2.

Busts of classic Greek philosophers
These grad students created a wiki for sharing teaching info and wisdom among the grad students of their department.
Military officer in uniform, smiling, addresses Stanford class
These instructors of a counterinsurgency policy course took advantage of real-world events to design a simulation exercise for their students, specifying its learning goals and assessing its results.
CDI participant Matteo Cargnello using paper and laptop to create a concept map. Photo by Steven Bell.
Use a concept map to help you bridge the knowledge organization gap between you and your students.
Mitchell Stevens, Candace Thille, and John Mitchell in a panel discussion. Photo by Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service
After three years of "MOOC mania," these experts assess what we've learned from it.
Front of the Stanford Quad, hills in background
VPTL helps Stanford kick off the Year of Learning in 2015-16 with this Oct. 2 event.
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