Project IMPACT Professional Year Students

Benefits for Education Majors

Project IMPACT programming is designed to prepare, mentor, and develop highly qualified teachers.  Through participation in Project IMPACT, teacher candidates can distinguish themselves from others through training in areas of need identified by school districts.

Project IMPACT Professional Development

BGSU sessions to prepare for future teaching experiences

  • September 9, 5:00 - 6:30 pm, Pizza and Snacks, 203 Education Bldg 
  • October 21, 5:00 - 6:30 pm 
  • October 28, 5:00 – 6:30 pm, Using Video Technology to Reflect on Your Teaching, Zoom
  • November 4, 5:00 - 6:30 pm
Field Coaching From Practicing Teachers
Teaching Simulations through Mursion
  • Use virtual simulations to create teaching scenarios
  • Practice classroom skills in low risk setting
  • Receive immediate feedback from instructor or facilitator
Opportunities to Make Professional Connections with Partner Districts
  • Attend Project IMPACT professional development with CMT and district administration
  • Participate in mock interviews with local district administrators
Space is limited to only 60 participants per year.  Your participation is voluntary, but we strongly encourage you to consider this opportunity. Register for Project IMPACT here.
“Great Job! This was all very helpful and great information to use during my last year at BG.” Professional Development Participant, Communicating with Families to Promote Engagement

Updated: 09/12/2022 12:04PM