EDST 0337

The Urban Educ. Internship

The Urban Education Internship
This internship provides teaching and learning opportunities in schools in Washington, D.C. During the term, each student will be assigned to work as an intern with a classroom teacher or program at a school in our nation's capital. Tasks will vary but may include: observing classes, tutoring, directing small-group work, working with special education students, working in the computer lab, and working with outreach programs. Students will spend four full days (M-Th) at the school each week, keep a journal, and complete a formal essay about their experience. On Fridays, students will engage in an extensive reflective seminar and work with staff in our Middlebury College, Washington, D.C. office. Lodging and a lunch stipend are provided. (EDST 0115 or SOAN 0215; Approval required, please contact Jonathan Miller-Lane or Trish Dougherty prior to registration). (Pass/Fail)
Education Studies
Education Studies
Social Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
non-standard grade WTR
Equivalent Courses:


Winter 2017

EDST0337A-W17 Lecture (Affolter, Haque)

Winter 2016

EDST0337A-W16 Lecture (Haque)

Winter 2014

EDST0337A-W14 Lecture (Beato)

Winter 2013

EDST0337A-W13 Lecture (Beato)

Winter 2012

EDST0337A-W12 Lecture (Beato)

Winter 2011

EDST0337A-W11 Lecture (Miers-Phillips)

Winter 2010

EDST0337A-W10 Lecture (Miers-Phillips)