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Program Details

What? Teach anything you want to high school students.
When? Saturday, February 2nd, 2019 from 12 - 5 PM
Who? Middle school and high school students

Splash is a one day program. As a Splash teacher, you get to pick any subject that interests you and teach a unique class. Your class can be up to 55 minutes long and can be anything from a hands-on activity with 5 students to a large lecture. Splash is run as an entirely volunteer program which you may log hours for.

Do you want to teach at Splash? Here is what you need to know.

Times : Splash 2018 will happen on Saturday, February 2nd, 2019. On that Saturday, Splash will on-site registration will begin at 11 am and classes will begin at 12 pm and 1 hour periods for classes will continue until 5 pm.

Deadlines: Teacher registration closes on October 28th, 2018.

Teacher Training: We will be holding two teacher training sessions the weekend before the event, day and location TBD. Teacher training will contain lots of useful information in order to teach at Splash!, including teaching tips, feedback on your lesson, and time to answer any questions you have. Attendance to only one is mandatory.

Location: Splash will take place on the Brandeis campus in the Mandel Quad with registration and teacher check in occurring in the Mandel Center for Humanities Atrium. You must arrive at least 30 minutes prior to your class to check in with the program directors and to locate your classroom. On the third floor of the Mandel Center, there will be a teacher lounge.

What should I teach? You can teach anything that you want! Well - almost anything. Since we are a pilot program at Brandeis we do not have access to fields or kitchens. You can teach quidditch, yoga, astrophysics, origami, or anything that you want. Check out previous year's couses in the "courses" side tab. Please note: although we say you can teach “anything,” we will not accept any classes that advocate illegal acts or classes on subjects that would not be appropriate for those under 18. If we have concerns about a proposed class, we will contact you and ask for more clarification. The administration team reserves the right to make the final judgment on whether or not any class will be put into the catalog.

What if something goes wrong? BEMCO will be on site and available at 781-736-3333 and the Brandeis police can be reached at 781-736-5000.

More Information: We’ll keep a running log of information for teachers on this page, so if you miss an email or need to make sure you’re up to date, just check back here.

Last modified by Brandeisadmin on Jan. 27, 2019 at 08:25 p.m.