Learning Unlimited’s programs have reached well over 20,000 students, with an estimated program attendance of over 10,000 for 2013-2014 academic year alone. We continue to shape the way thousands of students look at education.
In addition, approximately 2,000 undergraduate and graduate students taught for a Splash program in the past academic year, providing crucial experience communicating ideas and sharing their passions.
After our programs, we conduct a survey of participants to measure their response to the program. The results are both informative and motivating.
Found that learning a lot was a lot of fun:
- 49% of students respondents reported learning “a lot” at MIT Splash 2008 — while an additional 21% reported learning more than in a whole month of school!
- 69% of respondents at MIT Splash 2008 reported following up on their class material after the program.
- Students at Yale Spring Splash 2014 rated their overall satisfaction with their learning an average of 4.4/5.
- Meanwhile, at the University of Chicago’s Cascade spring 2009 program, the overall rating students gave to their classes was a 9.1/10, a high rating shared by the students’ overall excitement for class material, also a 9.1/10.
Found that teaching was both exciting and helpful to them:
- 100% of teacher respondents at Stanford Splash 2008 found teaching to be “fun” or “very fun.”
- 95% of teachers at Yale Spring Splash said they would teach again for a Splash program, with an average satisfaction of 4.3/5
- 89% reported a greater interest in teaching for outreach programs.
- 82% felt their teaching had improved from the experience.