This gathering will be filled with education visionaries who think deeply about the important questions surrounding early childhood learning.
Faculty Affiliate Helps Create Online Tool To Identify Struggling Readers
Jason Yeatman, director of the Brain Development & Education Lab has helped develop a highly efficient tool for screening students with reading difficulties.
Vinod Menon and team sound kids’ brains shift from focusing on their mothers’ voices to favor new voices, part of the biological signal driving teens to separate from their parents,
Renowned researcher Philip Fisher will head up a new center at Stanford focused on the science, policy, and practice of early childhood education.
Alfredo J. Artiles recognized for the understanding of issues that disproportionately affect minority populations.
Ben Domingue and team find that reading fluency among second- and third-graders in the U.S. is roughly 30 percent behind what would be expected in a typical year.
The series consists of three conversations that will focus on cutting edge research around Early Childhood Learning, Personalized Learning and Learning Differences.
A new report, co-authored by Stanford scholars, advises National Science Foundation on building an applied science to support “working learners.”
Associate Professor Subini Annamma examines the policies and practices that push marginalized students out of school and into prisons.
Daniel L. Schwartz, dean of Stanford Graduate School of Education receives the Klaus J. Jacobs Research Prize for scientific achievements.
For decades, Stanford has engaged in school and community collaborations that support positive youth development.
The 2020-2021 year was an exciting, albeit challenging, time to kick-off the Transforming Learning Accelerator. The strong commitment to our mission by our affiliated scholars, supporters, and staff helped us reach our goals.
Faculty, staff, and students across all disciplines are invited to propose concept-proving research and designs that will advance learning in the area of virtual field trips.
A Stanford-led convening brought employers, educators and researchers together to frame an applied science of adult learning.
Selection committee will look for projects that engage diverse perspectives to create novel solutions.
At the Transforming Learning Accelerator Spring Summit, Professors Victor Lee and Emma Brunskill reveal new ways data is helping improve learning tools and understanding.
Stanford researchers Nick Haber and Carla Pugh describe how technological advances are fueling new learning tools.
At the Transforming Learning Accelerator Spring Summit, Stanford researchers Jo Boaler and Jason Yeatman discuss how advances in brain sciences are impacting education
The virtual conference featured three panels on how breakthroughs in neuroscience, technology, and data, and shaping education.
Stanford webinar explains how virtual field trips can enhance learning opportunities.
Stanford trustees received briefings on such university initiatives as the new school for climate and sustainability and undergraduate education enhancements, as well as pandemic progress and campus activities.
The Markaz, in collaboration with other campus groups and the Stanford Transforming Learning Accelerator, debuts an online gathering space for Ramadan.
Stanford’s Long-Range Vision seeks to increase and accelerate both the creation of new knowledge through foundational research and the uptake of that knowledge as solutions for urgent problems in climate, learning, health and society.
Participants in the Transforming Learning Accelerator project work across cultures and language to develop remote-teaching tools.
Research led by Jelena Obradović finds that too much parental involvement when children are focused on an activity can undermine development.
Research-practice partnerships can help academic researchers and school district leaders discover what works for schools and classrooms.
In the past year, initiatives associated with the Long-Range Vision created new educational programs, issued seed grants and generated programs to address affordability, among other activities.
Along with the rest of the world, Stanford EARTH Field Education has moved entirely online, posing particular challenges for field trips.
Initiatives that arose out of the university’s Long-Range Vision have been making progress toward the goal of accelerating Stanford’s impact in the world. That includes launching new programs to address urgent challenges and expanding our excellence in research and education.
Multidisciplinary teams will address chronic challenges in education by targeting solutions to specific groups of learners.
At its Dec. 2-3 meeting, the board also heard an update on investment responsibility, set 2020-21 tuition and made enhancements to the university’s financial aid program.