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Teaching for Splash! Chicago

At Splash! Chicago, our classes are powered by you, that is, UChicago students, both undergrad and graduate (and post-docs)!

Registration for Splash 2022 is open!

Please follow the instructions below

To register, you will need:


When you register, we'll ask:

  • How to contact you

  • Which time slots you are available to teach (you have the option to teach a one hour or two hour class and as many or as few time slots as you would like)

  • Titles and descriptions for your classes (note)

  • We'll also ask some logistical questions (e.g. class size) to help us plan for your class

Register to teach here

I've registered, what next?

  1. Plan your class! Here are some helpful tips . We'll be in touch with updates including the time and location of your class.
  2. Go set up and teach your class!
  3. After the program, we'll e-mail you about student evaluations and your evaluations of us. We look forward to seeing what you can do!


We also love to have students from other nearby universities teach with us. We believe teaching should be fun and rewarding for both teachers and students, so we invite you to bring your passion to the classroom, and teach about something that excites you! We'll find students that want to learn. We'll also provide you with training, and help fund any classroom supplies you need. Teaching with Splash can be as low or as high time-commitment as you want. We have two one-day programs, and one multi-week program, so you can try out teaching before deciding if you want to want to get more involved!



Year at a glance


Splash! Cascade Droplet
What? Teach classes for high school students on whatever you like for a day—and as few or as many classes as you like! Teach a class that meets once a week for five weeks. Teach hands-on classes for high school students for one afternoon!
How? Registration for teachers is open! Registration for teachers is now closed. Registration for teachers is now closed.
When? February 5, 2022.  In the Spring, date TBD. Droplet will not be held this year.
Who? All undergraduates, graduate students, post-docs, alumni, and community members can teach!


Notes

Please keep in mind that Splash! Chicago serves to protect the well-being of our high school students, parents, schools and the University of Chicago. Given our responsibility to these entities, occasionally we may ask teachers to modify their classes. Topics that raise concerns include those that may inadvertently promote sex, violence, drug use, etc. Please don’t hesitate to notify us if you think your class may push the boundaries of what is traditionally acceptable of minors to learn. We look forward to working with you!



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