Each year involves six virtual modules and two in-person week-long intensives. Fellows are expected to be active participants in all activities across the two-year program. Each virtual module involves 3 hours of on-line synchronous work along with 3-6 hours of asynchronous reading and activities. In-person sessions are convened on OSUN campuses. CLASP staff help facilitate travel, covering travel, accommodation, and per diem expenses. Each fellow is assigned a faculty mentor from the prior cohort early in Year 1. While the first year curriculum focuses primarily on understanding and practicing pedagogical approaches, the second year focuses on achieving further mastery through additional modules, a teacher research capstone project, and providing mentorship for the entering cohort.