Thursday, February 18, 2016

Summer Science Teaching Experiences for Undergraduates (TEU)

Summer Science Teaching Experiences for Undergraduates (TEU) offers
participants an immersive summer experience in secondary science
education at Trinity College. Selected from a national network of 60 liberal
arts institutions, TEU participants earn a generous stipend, take a 60-hour
course in science teaching methods, and apply what they’re learning to
teaching high school students under the supervision of a master teacher.

A six-week summer program funded by the National Science Foundation,
TEU aims to develop future educational leaders. If you are committed to
a career in secondary education or seriously interested in exploring the
possibility of such a career, apply now.

Apply Online: Deadline: February 28, 2016
Acceptances Announced: March 15, 2016
Program Start Date: June 20, 2016

TEU participants receive:
Stipend ranging from $2,500 to $3,500
Travel expenses to and from Brown University
Books and course materials
Housing (dormitory-style single rooms)
Three meals a day in the campus dining hall
Funding to attend national or regional conference on STEM education

TEU participants complete:
60-hour methods course in math content and pedagogy
Four-week teaching practicum under the supervision of a mentor
Daily debriefing sessions with the mentor
A teaching portfolio with lesson plans and teaching materials
A self-assessment demonstrating growth in teaching
A post-summer science education leadership project at his/her home institution

For more info visit the program website.

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