ASPIRE Members Inspire Students
ASPIRE members inspire students to achieve and to teach.
Several emerging ASPIRE activities serve as a pipeline of supportive services for underrepresented students as young as eighth grade. The activities are designed to help students plan for college and define themselves as members of an achievement-focused student community.
ASPIRE members staff several outreach and campus activities for pre-college students. Here are a few special moments from Summer 2009:
Professor Carol Wong Provides Tips for Becoming Self-Regulated Learners
Aspiring Teacher Interns Preview Instructional Materials in the Education Resource Center
High School Students Discuss Courses Required for Admission to the University of Delaware during a Peer Guidance Session
High School Students Prepare to Present Their Plan to Start a Peer Tutoring Service
This entry was posted in Preprofessional Development in Teacher Education, Service Learning in Teacher Education, Undergraduate Teacher Education and tagged College Planning for Middle School Students, Summer Academic Support for Urban Students.