School of Education

Sheldon Institute: July 27 - August 7, 2015

Sheldon Institute is a 2-week educational enrichment program for students entering grades 2 through 10 that runs each summer on campus and is designed to meet the academic and cultural needs of motivated and creative students.  Novice students, grades 2-4, have a set program that includes art projects, science, language, history, cultural appreciation and also have daily swim time.  The older students choose four different daily workshops, emphasizing problem solving and critical thinking skills in the arts, communication, cultural appreciation, science, technology, writing, and more.  The institute offers small class sizes, projects chosen to engage young learners, and dynamic teachers that entice students to return summer after summer.  It is co-sponsored by Team Sheldon and the School of Education with support from the Tarandi Foundation, and for the sixth year, is directed by Ms. Kathleen Bartley,  retired from the Central Square School District.  For more information, contact Candy Rasbeck in the School of Education Dean's Office (302 Park Hall, 315-312-2103).

Sheldon Institute Brochure  (Online mid-end February 2015)

Program Booklet  (PDF File) Needs Adobe Acrobat Reader, download here
Program Booklet (MW Doc)
(Online mid April 2015)

Registration Packet  (PDF File) Needs Adobe Acrobat Reader, download here
Registration Packet (MW Doc)
(Online mid April 2015)

Course Proposal  (Online January 2015)   

Graduate Assistant Application (Online April  2015) 

Graduate Assistantship Available (Online April 2015)