What is "Bobcats in Training?"
- Hosted by UC Merced Undergrads and CalTeach Student Assistants
- 1-2 hour sessions
- Week-long Workshops
- Registration is free!
Offerings- Now Closed
K-2nd Grade Bobcats in Training Offerings 3rd-5th Grade Bobcats in Training Offerings
Registration is Now Closed
Our workshop dates have passed, but we so enjoyed teaching your students! If you have any questions please email us at email@example.com
If you participated in Miss Mariah's Math and Engineering Classroom, please complete the feedback survey here.
If you participated in Miss Amelia's Science Classroom, please complete the feedback survey here.
Meet the Instructors
My name is Amelia Wood and I will be your student's instructor for the Bobcats in Training Webinars for Science grades K-5. I just finished my third year at UC Merced and work in the CalTeach office as a Student Assistant. I am a Biological Sciences major with an emphasis in Human Biology. I am also minoring in Natural Science Education. My plans after college are to attend Fresno Pacific University and get my teaching credential in High School Biology and Chemistry. I also plan to begin substitute teaching once schools reopen.
I am from Stockton, CA, and have a twin sister who is at CSU Stanislaus. I enjoy cooking, watching movies, and helping my friends and family. I've always had an interest in science and helping others, so I am excited to be working on these virtual workshops this summer!
*Amelia will be leading the K-5th grade Bobcats in Training Sessions: Miss Amelia's Science Classroom
Hello! My name is Mariah Martinez, and I will be your instructor for the Math and Engineering sections for the BSA Bobcats in Training! I just finished my fourth year at UC Merced and work as a Student Assistant for the CalTeach Program! I am an Applied Mathematics major with an Engineering emphasis, and I also have a minor in Natural Science Education with Teaching Credential. Through my minor, I plan to go to UC Berkeley in Fall 2021 to complete coursework so I can come back to UC Merced and graduate in Spring 2022 with my teaching credential and bachelor's degree in Mathematics. After I graduate, I plan to work on my Master's in Education while being a High School Mathematics teacher.
I love teaching and believe that students are our future. Therefore, I am so excited to be teaching K-12 students this summer. I will also be co-instructing the Middle school and High school sections of our coding BSA program this summer. I am excited to share my interest in Math and Engineering to teach students that not only are they important to learn but fun as well.
*Mariah will be leading the K-5th grade Bobcats in Training Sessions: Miss Mariah's Math Classroom
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