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Stanford University

Welcome to the Center for Teaching and Learning

We support evidence-based and inclusive learning and teaching practices, educational programs and training, community building, and strong collaborations and partnerships with schools, departments, and other offices.

Center for Teaching and Learning

The Stanford Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) has served the Stanford community since 1975, offering a portfolio of programs and services to advance teaching and learning.

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CTL Syllabus Template

A customizable document containing reflection prompts, and links to resources and policies you may find useful as you craft your syllabus.

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CTL Support During COVID-19

We offer pedagogical support for individuals and departments.

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Strategies for Online Learning

These CTL resources provide strategies for teaching and supporting your students' learning and well-being in online learning environments.

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Teaching Support

Faculty, Instructor, and TA Support

CTL is here to support your teaching and your students’ learning. We offer assistance, consultation, and resources to help you advance pedagogy, student engagement, and learning outcomes in your classrooms. 

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Learning Support

Support Your Students

CTL offers a range of services for Stanford students to help them optimize their learning potential. These include academic skills coaching, tutoring, language practice for learners, technology support and more.

Stanford Center for Teaching and Learning

Admin and Faculty and Lecturer Programs
408 Panama Mall
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305

Student Learning Programs
518 Memorial Way
Stanford, CA 94305


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