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Portraiture and Identity
Contemporary Jewish Museum
March 14, 2019
Examine portraiture and its connection to complex and intersectional identities through a tour of Show Me as I Want to Be Seen, a hands-on art experience, and an introduction to exhibition resources. A light dinner is provided.
Engineering: Beyond Building Bridges
March 9 - 16, 2019
The Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) put a spotlight on engineering. What can engineering look like in the classroom? How can thinking like an engineer benefit students? And can engineering happen in every content area-- or is it just for building bridges?
Global Issues, Local Impacts - Content Deepening Courses
January 18, 2019 -
April 28, 2019
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.  In collaboration with leading Stanford scholars, teachers will delve into issues of contested historical memory, intersecting identities, and the problem of democracy in a broader historical and global context. Teachers can attend the workshops individually or participate in all three as part of a credit-bearing series.
CA Mathematics Council Conferences
California Mathematics Council
November 02, 2018 -
March 09, 2019
Our three state conferences are hailed by many as the best mathematics education conferences in the nation! Join over 8500 other teachers, administrators, and parents in exploring exciting, effective mathematics education.
Stanford World Language Project
September 29, 2018 -
March 23, 2019
The Stanford World Language Project (SWLP) promotes quality language teaching and learning with year-round programs for all language teachers of any level. The proficiency-oriented strategies presented in the seminars and workshops are the ones that they use in their own classrooms.

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