TAS - Teacher Assignment Form

Please write the name(s) of the participant(s) to confirm assignment for the Teachers as Scholars and/or Administrators as Scholars 2021-22 seminars listed below. This form should only be filled out by the district/partner school's contact representative.

  • The Teacher Assignment Form deadline is Friday, October 1, 2021.
     
  • After completing this form, our office will contact the school representative to verify acceptance.
     
  • As a reminder, all participants are required to wear a face mask while in University buildings and attest to being fully vaccinated (fully vaccinated means two weeks removed from your final dose). No exemptions will be allowed.

Seminar dates and descriptions are provided here. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact Adela Ramirez at the Program in Teacher Preparation office by email adelar@princeton.edu or phone (609) 258-3336.

School District Information
Verification of seminar participants will be sent to the e-mail provided
In case of any concerns or questions, this phone number will be contacted
Select the name of your school/district. If not listed, select "other".
Please write the name of your school/district if not represented in the options above.
Please list the address of your school/district.
AAS Seminar: Hidden Challenges in Vocabulary Learning: Words with Multiple Meanings When Learned by Autistic Children
This seminar is facilitated by Adele Goldberg, Ph.D., from the Department of Psychology on Nov. 30, 2021. It is recommended for administrators, supervisors, principals, and superintendents. Member schools/districts are allotted (2) seats to participate in the Administrators as Scholars seminar.
Alternate participants will not be charged an additional fee. They will replace the primary participant and be contacted if the primary participant is unable to attend.
$75 will be charged for each additional participant.
List the names of the additional participants. Each additional participant will be a fee of $75.
TAS Seminar 1: What Can Joe Biden Learn from the Lessons of the Great Depression and the New Deal?
This seminar is facilitated by Stanley N. Katz, Ph.D., from the School of Public and International Affairs on Nov. 16 & 30, 2021. Member districts/schools are allowed one participant per seminar.
Alternate participants will not be charged an additional fee. They will replace the primary participant and be contacted if the primary participant is unable to attend.
$350 will be charged for each additional participant.
List the names of the additional participants. Each additional participant will be a fee of $350.
TAS Seminar 2: Interdisciplinary STEM Research
This seminar is facilitated by Daniel J. Steinberg, Ph.D., from Princeton Center for Complex Materials on Dec. 1 & 8, 2021. Member districts/schools are allowed one participant per seminar.
Alternate participants will not be charged an additional fee. They will replace the primary participant and be contacted if the primary participant is unable to attend.
$350 will be charged for each additional participant.
List the names of the additional participants. Each additional participant will be a fee of $350.
TAS Seminar 3: Sex, Class, and Power: The Politics of Gender in Classic Hollywood Comedy
This seminar is facilitated by Maria DiBattista, Ph.D., from the Department of English on Dec. 3 & 10, 2021. Member districts/schools are allowed one participant per seminar.
Alternate participants will not be charged an additional fee. They will replace the primary participant and be contacted if the primary participant is unable to attend.
$350 will be charged for each additional participant.
List the names of the additional participants. Each additional participant will be a fee of $350.
TAS Seminar 4: Bringing Second Language Acquisition Research into the Foreign Language/ESL Classroom: L2 Vocabulary
This seminar is facilitated by James W. Rankin, Ph.D., from the Department of German and Princeton Center for Language Study on Jan. 4 & 11, 2022. Member districts/schools are allowed one participant per seminar.
Alternate participants will not be charged an additional fee. They will replace the primary participant and be contacted if the primary participant is unable to attend.
$350 will be charged for each additional participant.
List the names of the additional participants. Each additional participant will be a fee of $350.
TAS Seminar 5: Stories to Understand and Diversify Cultural and Gender Representation in Curriculum through Music
This seminar is facilitated by Ruth Ochs, Ph.D., and Trineice Robinson-Martin, Ed.D., from the Department of Music on Jan. 6 & 20, 2022. Member districts/schools are allowed one participant per seminar.
Alternate participants will not be charged an additional fee. They will replace the primary participant and be contacted if the primary participant is unable to attend.
$350 will be charged for each additional participant.
List the names of the additional participants. Each additional participant will be a fee of $350.
TAS Seminar 6: Using Robotics as a Pathway to Interdisciplinary STEM Education
This seminar is facilitated by Anirudha Majumdar, Ph.D., from the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering on Mar. 8, 2022. Member districts/schools are allowed one participant per seminar.
Alternate participants will not be charged an additional fee. They will replace the primary participant and be contacted if the primary participant is unable to attend.
$175 will be charged for each additional participant.
List the names of the additional participants. Each additional participant will be a fee of $175.
TAS Seminar 7: 3D Printing, CNC Milling, and Laser and Die Cutting Workshop
This seminar is facilitated by Michael G. Littman, Ph.D., from the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering on May 6 & 12, 2022. Member districts/schools are allowed one participant per seminar.
Alternate participants will not be charged an additional fee. They will replace the primary participant and be contacted if the primary participant is unable to attend.
$350 will be charged for each additional participant.
List the names of the additional participants. Each additional participant will be a fee of $350.
TAS Seminar 8: The Arctic Ocean: An Extreme and Rapidly Changing Environment
This seminar is facilitated by Daniel M. Sigman, Ph.D., and Jesse Farmer, Ph.D., from the Department of Geosciences on May 11, 2022. Member districts/schools are allowed one participant per seminar.
Alternate participants will not be charged an additional fee. They will replace the primary participant and be contacted if the primary participant is unable to attend.
$175 will be charged for each additional participant.
List the names of the additional participants. Each additional participant will be a fee of $175.
TAS Seminar 9: The Pre-Modern World: Issues and Resources
This seminar is facilitated by Jack Tannous, Ph.D., and Helmut Reimitz, Ph.D., from the Department of History on May 17, 2022. Member districts/schools are allowed one participant per seminar.
Alternate participants will not be charged an additional fee. They will replace the primary participant and be contacted if the primary participant is unable to attend.
$175 will be charged for each additional participant.
List the names of the additional participants. Each additional participant will be a fee of $175.
TAS Seminar 10: Learning with Neural Networks
This seminar is facilitated by Jason D. Lee, Ph.D., from the Department Electrical and Computer Engineering on May 26, 2022. Member districts/schools are allowed one participant per seminar.
Alternate participants will not be charged an additional fee. They will replace the primary participant and be contacted if the primary participant is unable to attend.
$175 will be charged for each additional participant.
List the names of the additional participants. Each additional participant will be a fee of $175.