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Summer 2008

Dear STEP Graduates, Partner School Teachers, Cooperating Teachers, and Supervisors,

Continuing Studies courses are perfect for teachers; they delve into core disciplinary topics, they are taught by top scholars from across the university and k12 schools, they meet in the evenings, and course requirements are designed with your full work schedule in mind. Even better, teachers receive a 20% discount on Continuing Studies tuition.

Reminder on the Registration Process:

  • Teachers are entitled to one complimentary course per quarter. If you choose to take an additional course you will receive a 20% tuition discount.
  • 50 spaces have been allocated in limited enrollment courses and will be given on a first come-first served basis.
  • Teachers admitted to courses under this special pilot will be required to pay the $35 registration fee and the cost of any course fees. All tuition costs will be waived.

Explore the Summer 2008 catalogue:

To participate in this program, all registration must go through Laura Burns-Wood of TNE. To register download the registration form and mail or fax it to Laura @ 650-736-0968. Our mailing address is:

    CERAS Building

    Room 403

    520 Galvez Mall

    Stanford, CA 94305-3084

    • Please note: Should you elect to register online through the Continuing Studies website, this offer of free tuition does not apply.

We welcome you back to take advantage of the Stanford for Teachers program and would like to acknowledge the generosity of CSP and Stanford's Provost for underwriting the expense of this program that is specially and uniquely for teachers connected with STEP.

Here’s what teachers are saying about Continuing Studies:

“The class I took, Spanish,...was very helpful in my ability to communicate with parents.”

“I took an improv drama class, and the activities I learned have been surprisingly useful in my literature class—I’ve been able to use activities repeatedly to illustrate themes in literature.”

“This course gave me ideas for how to integrate art into English curriculum.”

“As an English Language Learner instructor, I was able to use the same strategies my professor my own classroom.”