The Great Teaching Showcase is a two-part event that brings together faculty and instructors from all seven schools at Stanford to share success stories and celebrate our collective commitment to improving learning through classroom innovation.
Part one, "Faces of Teaching" will feature short talks that focus on instructors' and students' personal journeys as teachers and learners.
The second part, Gallery Walk, will share successful models of course and assignment design, pedagogical approaches, and innovative classroom ideas to improve learning outcomes, drive student engagement, model inclusive teaching and learning, and reflect on challenges and opportunities.
We are pleased that two Electrical Engineering faculty will be presenting – professors Juan Rivas-Davila and Gordon Wetzstein. Juan's presentation is titled, "Ready-to-build power electronics design projects."
Gordon's presentation is titled, "Project-based learning in EECS: virtual reality as a case study."
Congratulations to Juan and Gordon on their acceptance into this important Stanford event!