Application process

Application materials #

In order to apply you will need to upload five files. PDF or DOC are the preferred file types. Each of the five items in the application allows only one file upload. Transcripts should be combined into one pdf.

  1. Current resume
    Please include your teaching history and more specifically the courses you are teaching and have taught in the academic discipline of the course you are applying for.
  2. List of courses taken in the discipline
    Include course number, title, and grade. For instance, if you were applying for an English course, you would include all English courses or if you are applying for POLS-Y 103 Intro to American Politics, you would provide a list of all political science courses.
  3. Transcripts
    They may be unofficial. They must be legible.
  4. Personal statement
    It should address the following four questions. What have you done to differentiate honors or advanced courses from their regular college preparatory counterparts? When you consider what topic or skill that students find the most challenging to master, what instructional strategies do you use to help students gain mastery? Limit your answer to topics covered in college preparatory courses. What are the key differences between a high school course in your discipline and a college course in your discipline? Since graduating from college, what professional experiences have further developed your content knowledge
  5. Course Materials
    The materials (lessons, a syllabus, etc.) should be things you have created related to the discipline that demonstrate a high level of rigor.

Application form #

You can complete the application form to become an ACP Instructor using the link below.

***The application for summer 2023 training is open until March 31, 2023. Please apply early to ensure your application is processed and there is an open seat for training. ***

 

Apply at New Instructor Application

 

Application help #

For any queries regarding your application, email Jim Johnson, Associate Director. 

Email jkjohnso@indiana.edu