$1,000 for EDUC 2020 Step 1: Inquiry Approaches to Teaching STEM
Invites science, mathematics and engineering students to explore teaching as a career by providing first-hand experiences teaching science/math lessons in local elementary classrooms.
Introduces theory and practice necessary to design and deliver excellent instruction.
Master teachers provide ongoing support and feedback.
Meets weekly on CU campus (1.5 hours/week) and involves five visits to an elementary school.
$1,500 for EDUC 2030 Step 2: Inquiry-Based Lesson Design
Builds on EDUC 2020 and further develops lesson design and inquiry-based teaching practice.
Offers opportunity to explore teaching career and learn about middle school culture.
Master teacher provides support as students design and deliver lessons in middle school classrooms.
Emphasizes assessment of student learning.
Meets weekly on CU campus (2 hours/week) and involves five visits to a local middle school.
Students must remain in the course for a full 10 weeks or else the scholarship allotment will need to be returned. Just Try It! scholarships are not for graduating seniors within 2 semesters of graduation.
Contact IDE Professor, Dr. Malinda Zarske, for more information and to apply for these scholarships.
Up to $31K in scholarship funds for your last 5 semesters:
$4,000/semester for your 5th and 4th semester out from graduation
$6,000/semester for your 3rd, and 2nd semester out from graduation
$6,000 for your actual student teaching semester at DSST – and an additional $5K student teaching scholarship that semester (a total of S11K during your student teaching semester!)
The CU Teach Engineering Bechtel Scholarship is offered to CU Teach Engineering students ONLY, by meeting the following requirements:
Have completed a minimum of 56 credit hours of college-level coursework (Transfer students must have at least one semester of grades at CU Boulder before applying for the CU Teach Engineering Bechtel Scholarship).