Roles and Responsibilities

  • Attend all training workshop meetings.
  • Commit to being in the classroom for 1 day per week (roughly 7.5 hours).
    • Can split up the time over two days; schedule is up to you
    • Initially assist with lessons led by the teacher, later develop your own lesson plan with the assistance of your cooperating teacher and the program coordinator.
  • Submit a short weekly reflective journal on your experiences in the classroom.
  • Create a standards-based lesson that relates to your research theme and implement it. The lesson will include active learning, hands-on, discovery or inquiry-based multimodal learning.
  • Obtain a service learning grant from Purdue University to support any classroom costs.
  • Submit final lesson plan, all associated materials, and a final reflective essay about your lesson plan.

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