The Cal Teach courses provide an opportunity for in-depth exploration of science or math teaching careers. They serve as an introduction to teaching and a foundation for pursuing a teaching career. The courses complement any science, math, or engineering major or minor.

To learn more about each component of the program, explore the links at the bottom of the page.

2022-23 Class Schedule

Fall 2022

CaT1 Math

EDUC50B     Tue 7:10-8:45 pm     JBEB 165     Instructor: Hayley Vandercook

CaT1 Science

EDUC 50C     Tue 5:20-6:55 pm     JBEB 165     Instructor: Emily Maddox

Winter 2023

CaT1 Math

EDUC50B     Tue 7:10-8:45 pm     PSB 140    Instructor: Hayley Vandercook

CaT1 Science

EDUC 50C    Tue 5:20-6:55 pm     PSB 140     Instructor: Emily Maddox

CaT2 Math/Science Combo

EDUC 100A    Wed 5:20-6:55     JBEB 165     Instructor: Courtney Bowman & Luke Webb

Spring 2023

CaT2 Math

EDUC100B    Wed 5:20-6:55 pm     PSB 140     Instructor: Courtney Bowman

CaT2 Science

EDUC100C    Wed 5:20-6:55 pm     PSB 136    Instructor: Luke Webb

CaT3 Math/Science Combo

EDUC185L    Tue 5:20-6:55 pm     JBEB 169     Instructor: Molly Shaw

MBAMP Special Project: Math Games

EDUC197A/B    Thu 5:20-6:55 pm     JBEB 142     Instructor: Kevin Deutsch


Learn more about Cal Teach opportunities below.

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Cal Teach 1 is the introductory academic-year internship offered by UCSC’s Cal Teach program.
Prospective science or math teachers who successfully complete a first internship may continue with further Cal Teach internships.
Cal Teach offers a week-long intensive internship before the UCSC academic year begins.
The Cal Teach Special Project is an individual studies (independent study) project to work with K-12 students
Cal Teach recognizes its most active participants with its Engagement Award at the annual spring awards ceremony.