Teach!

Splash 2019 has been postponed to April 2019, tentatively.

Teacher registration will open in January. Stay tuned!

Click here to register to teach at Splash 2019!

Make sure you have signed up for an account with us to teach!

Scroll down for more information on how to register.

Basic information

If you are a UCLA student looking to teach high school students at Splash, you’ve come to the right place! As college students you probably have an interest you’ve been passionate about for a while and want to share with someone other than your family and friends. Through Splash, you’ll get to share it with high school students in a fun and relaxed environment.

When: TBD

Where: TBD

Registration Deadline: TBD

What do I do?

On the day of the event, you will teach for just one hour (or more, of your choice) on any topic of your choice.

Due to the nature of Splash as a one time event, time commitment is minimal. We'll have one mandatory general meeting for teachers at a later date to go over student handling and waivers to fill, but until then, continue doing your thing at UCLA!

If you are worried about your teaching abilities, have no fear! We host training workshops to help each of you develop a lesson plan for the classes you will be teaching! We ask that you develop a simple lesson plan just to make sure you are prepared the day of the event. Remember, no teaching experience is required for this event, only passion and interest! We will work with you step by step if needed to help you.

What can I teach?

Anything. As long as it is age appropriate and does not require a large number of special items or teaching aids, you are free to teach it. We have seen all kinds of interesting subjects, from unicycle riding to quantum physics. If you have any specific questions regarding your topic, please contact us at splasheventatucla@gmail.com. We'll work something out!

Click here to see examples of classes taught in Splash@Stanford!

How much commitment is required for teachers?

There is minimal commitment required for teaching volunteers. After registering, you only have to attend the hour-long teacher workshop and show up for the event itself, so roughly ~2hr for the entire year.

How to Register

Step 1: If you do not already have an account, create one by clicking the button on the upper right corner of the page.

Login

Step 2: You will be redirected to a form to set up your account. Be sure to provide a valid email, and use a username and password you will remember. Select volunteer teacher as your initial role

Create account

Initial role

Step 3: Answer the next set of questions as applicable.

Create account

Step 4: You will then be prompted for your availability on event day. This information can be edited at a later day if your availability changes.

Availability

Step 5: Completing steps 1-4 should direct you to the dashboard. here you can view the status of your registration, as well as edit your profile information and availability.

Dashboard

At the bottom of the page you can manage and create your classes.

Create Class

Step 6: To create a class you will be asked to fill out a form to describe your class, list any supplies or room restrictions for the class, and how many section you are willing to teach.

Create Class

The day of the event

Please arrive at the event venue 20 minutes before your scheduled class. After checking in, a volunteer will guide you to your classroom and give you any supplies you need for the class. Enjoy teaching and after the event we will host an appreciation dinner for all our teachers!

Want more Splash? Check out Claremont Splash, happening on February 23rd!



Last modified by zoelee on Nov. 28, 2018 at 09:51 p.m.