Teach at Sprout

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As a Sprout teacher, you can inspire eager middle and high 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 either a 1 hour core class that meets for all three weeks of the program or a one-time 1 hour elective.

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

What is the time commitment?
Teaching at Sprout has a big impact but it takes very little time. Besides the actual time it takes to teach your class, you may be asked to attend a session with a Splash organizer to go over any questions you have and receive feedback on your class idea. We will provide you with a t-shirt and food as tokens of our appreciation.

Program Essentials

Who we are teaching: 7th-8th graders
When: February 17, February 24, March 3
Where: Yale University (Leet Oliver Memorial Hall, 12 Hillhouse Ave)

Program Registration: Teacher registration is open now! If you are interested in teaching for Sprout at Yale, you 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 (when it's there) to register. Teacher registration will close on January 27th.
Lunch: We will offer free lunches for teachers!

At the left are a few tabs: this one to register a class, one page with ideas about teaching a class and a Logistics page with more information and frequently asked questions. If you cannot find something you need, please contact us!

9:00 am - 10:00 am: Sign-in
10:00 am - 11:00 am: Elective 1
11:10 am - 12:10 pm: Core Class 1
12:10 pm - 1:00 pm: Lunch
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm: Core Class 2
2:10 pm - 3:10 pm: Elective 2

Last modified by kkbrum on May 17, 2018 at 11:25 a.m.