Yale Splash

Teach at Splash

Spring Splash will be on April 8th, 2017.

Volunteer registration is currently open.

We'd love to have you volunteer for the day of the event. Please click here to register.

If you've signed up to teach a class, please go here to confirm the time and location of your class.

New walk-in option this program!

We will be offering walk-in activities to students after they have signed in for the day, but before their classes started. If you are free from 8:30-9:45 in the morning and want to lead an activity, please fill out this form!

As a Splash teacher, you can inspire eager high school and middle school students by sharing your passions with them. You design your own class and can teach any topic you think is interesting. You can lead a workshop, give a lecture, teach a skill, or run an activity. You can teach for 1 hour or more, and you set the size of the class.

Need ideas?
For ideas on what classes have been taught in the past, have a look at our ideas page!

Right now, we are especially interested in classes targeted at our younger students who are in 7th and 8th grade. Teaching middle school students is an exciting and unique teaching experience, but it can also be challenging, especially for newer teachers. Please click here for tips on teaching middle school students.

What is the time commitment?
Small. Teaching at Splash has a big impact but takes very little time. Besides the actual time it takes to teach your class (fifty minutes), you will be asked to attend a session with Splash administrators to go over teaching strategies, any questions you have, and receive feedback on your class idea. We will provide you with a t-shirt as a token of our appreciation.

Program Essentials
Whom we are teaching: 7th-12th graders
Who can teach: Current undergraduate and graduate students
When: April 8th, 2017
Where: Yale University (William L Harkness Hall, Linsly-Chittenden Hall, and Hall of Graduate Studies)

Program Registration: Anyone interested in Splash at Yale (parents, teachers, community activists, potential students, etc.) can always create an account for our website. Just click here to sign up. By making an account, you agree to receive emails from us regarding our programs. You are also encouraged to like us on Facebook. Registration for specific programs will be opened about a month before the program date.
Lunch: We offer teachers free lunches!
Volunteer: Teachers are also encouraged to spend some time volunteering on the day of the program! Sign up to volunteer here!
Note: Teachers and volunteers must be Yale students.

Ready to teach?
Sign up for an account and like us on Facebook to keep up to date on volunteer opportunities and upcoming programs. For some tips on teaching a Sprout class, take a look at this handout. As always, let us know if you have problems or questions.

General Schedule
8:30 am - 10:00 am: Students Sign-in
10:00 am - 12:00 pm: Classes
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm: Lunch
2:00 pm - 5:20 pm: Classes

Last modified by ellismiskell on March 07, 2017 at 08:42 p.m.