Information for Teachers
High school teachers who meet UMD CITS criteria may be eligible to teach rigorous UMD credit courses to high-ability high school students
High school teachers usually possess:
CITS teachers commit to:
No monetary compensation is provided by UMD to CITS teachers.
To request a CITS Teacher Application form contact Barb Perushek. 726-6938 or email@example.com
Services Provided by UMD Faculty Liaisons
Services Coordinated by CITS Program Staff
UMD Policy & Requirements
Workshop Attendance Policy and Procedures
When circumstances prevent a CITS instructor from attending a workshop, he or she is expected to contact the faculty liaison to discuss the meeting's agenda. If an instructor develops a pattern of repeated absences over a two-year period, the CITS UMD faculty liaison or CITS director will discuss the situation with the instructor and may notify the high school administration of the problem. If participation does not improve, CITS will decide whether the instructor continues in the CITS program.
Instructors approved to teach a UMD CITS course, but who are temporarily not teaching, or who haven't started teaching, also are expected to attend all workshops in their discipline. This insures that instructors stay current with trends in their fields and understand any changes to UMD courses.
CITS staff prepare sign-in sheets for every workshop, as well as folders of workshop materials. UMD faculty liaisons collect the sign-in sheets, note the instructors not in attendance, and give the sign-in sheet to the CITS director. The faculty liaison confers with the CITS director when problems arise concerning teacher attendance. At the conclusion of each workshop, Certificates of Attendance are provided to teachers documenting the professional development contact hours.
Make-up and incomplete policies
For any liberal education courses, list the category that the course fulfills as well as the specific liberal education goals that are met by the course.
UMD Statement on Student Academic Integrity
UMD Statement on Student Conduct Code (including classroom conduct)