Yale Splash

Teach at Splash!

Save the date! We will be hosting a one-day, online Spring Splash on April 16th! We are looking for volunteer MODERATORS! Create a TEACHER account if you don't have one, fill out availability HERE, and complete the moderator form HERE. Video Walkthrough HERE.

Yale Splash relies on Yale undergraduates to serve as teachers who pass on their knowledge and passions to New Haven's youth! 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 one hour-long class (or more than one!), 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 (one hour), 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. 

Program Essentials

Whom we are teaching: 7th-12th graders
Who can teach: Current undergraduate and graduate students
When: Saturday, April 16th (10AM - 3:30PM)
Where: online, via Zoom

Logistics
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. Sign up for an account and then follow the link to register above.


Moderators
Our program would not be possible without them! The role of moderators involves sitting in on Splash classes, and managing any technical difficulties that students or teachers have, as well as monitoring student and teacher behavior. We will provide ample training for this role. Want to moderate for Splash? Click here to indicate your availability!


Ready to teach?

For some tips on teaching a Splash class, take a look at this handout. As always, let us know if you have problems or questions.

Once you have signed up to teach for Spring 2022 Splash, there are three mandatory forms that you must fill out.
1.  Yale Health and Safety Form https://programs-minors.yale.edu/health-and-safety-training  (forward confirmation email to yalesplash@gmail.com)
2. CT Mandated Reporter Training: https://www.proprofs.com/training/course/?title=connecticut-mandated-reporter-training-community-providers-aug-2021_611c5482da857  (forward confirmation email to yalesplash@gmail.com)
3. Splash Logistics Quiz: https://forms.gle/9NCKPYuhB89uRwoN9

Questions?

The tabs on the left will help you register a class, come up with ideas for what to teach, and find more information and frequently asked questions. We appreciate having our teachers volunteer when they’re not teaching to help us to run the programs more smoothly. Even if you cannot teach any classes with this program but still want to help, we are also looking for Splash administrators! If you're interested, please contact us!


General Schedule

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM: Class 1        
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM: Class 2          
12:15 PM - 1:15 PM: "Lunch break"         
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM: Class 3
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM: Class 4



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