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Katie
12-12-2000, 12:23 AM
SUMMER TEACHING OPPORTUNITIES
Johns Hopkins University's Center for Talented Youth (CTY)

WHO
We are seeking teachers, graduate students, and undergraduates for
instructor and laboratory assistant positions to teach gifted students ages
8-16.

WHAT
A program with two 3-week sessions where students and staff live on a
college campus. Courses present advanced topics at a pace and depth that
match students' abilities.

We offer a variety of science courses in all disciplines including:
Animal Science
Exercise Physiology
Introduction to Laboratory Sciences
Introduction to Biomedical Sciences
Medical Sciences
Fast-paced High School Biology
Advanced Biology
Neuroscience
Genetics
Biotechnology
Biology of the Senses
Through the Microscope
Introduction to Engineering
Principles of Engineering Design
Fast-paced High School Physics
Science and Engineering
Flight Science
Inventions
Chemistry and Society
Fast-paced High School Chemistry
Advanced Chemistry
The Edible World
Astronomy
Paleobiology
Archaelogy
Chesapeake Bay Ecology
Dynamic Earth

WHERE
We have 19 sites in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York,
Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and California.

WHEN
There are 2 sessions for the summer of 2001, June 21-July 14, and July
14-August 4.

WHY
-teaching experience in a rigorous, academic setting
-small classes (15-18 students)
-laboratory assistant to help in the classroom
-science budget of approximately $1,000 per session
-contact with dynamic colleagues
-excellent pay, plus room and board

If you are a science teacher, graduate student, or college faculty member
with teaching experience we encourage you to apply for an instructor
position (salary is $1800-$2800/session).

If you are an undergraduate with upper level course work and a GPA of 3.2
we encourage you to apply for a laboratory assistant position (salary is
$900/session).

For more information and to download an application please
visit www.jhu.edu/gifted/ctysummer

If you have questions please reply to me directly at KT@jhu.edu

Thank you,

Katie Ferrell
Assistant Coordinator, Academic Programs
Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth

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