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The Toshiba America Foundation welcomes grant requests from K-12 teachers who are striving to provide innovative math and science instruction. They support applications for project-based learning by teachers for use in their own schools.
The program is split up into funding for grades K-5 and grades 6-12. Grant requests for grades 6-12 that are $5,000 or less are accepted year-round on a rolling basis. Requests of more than $5,000 for 6-12 are due February 1, 2017 and August 1, 2017. Grant requests for grades K-5 are only accepted once per year and will be due again on October 1, 2017.
The program is focused on providing all US K-12 students an opportunity to participate in computer science and computational thinking. They seek to provide high school teachers with professional development and ongoing support to teach these courses. K-8 teachers would be assisted in obtaining the instructional materials and curriculum necessary to integrate computer science into their teaching.
They anticipate there will up to 19 awards and $20 million in grant funds available for this program.
The NEA Foundation is now accepting applications for their 2018 Global Learning Fellowship program. This program offers educators 12 months of support in building global competence skills and creating lesson plans. The fellowship also includes nine days of travel in the summer for international field study.
All active NEA members who are current K-12 classroom teachers are eligible to apply.
Deadline to apply is February 28, 2017. For more details and to apply for the fellowship, visit their website.
Biological Science Curriculum Studies (BSCS) is offering Life Science teachers in grades 6-9 a chance to field test their latest curriculum. In exchange for implementing a 10-week online course, teachers will receive a $2,000 stipend.
The curriculum seeks to provide support in teaching body systems to students with an emphasis on critical thinking. Topics include the respiratory system, digestive system, cardiovascular system, and components of a cell.
Priority will be given to teachers who work with economically disadvantaged students, English language learners, or students from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups.
The deadline to apply for the program is December 2, 2016. To learn more and to apply, visit their website.
AT&T Internet Service is offering teachers and professors $1,000 scholarships to spend on classroom technology. Educators are asked to submit a 300-450 word essay or a 1-2 minute video explaining how they and their students use internet-connected technology in the classroom.
The program is open to professors at 2-year or 4-year institutes of higher education and also K-12 teachers.
The application deadline is February 3, 2017. For more details on the grant program, visit their website.
Know a STEM educator or researcher? The Research + Practice Collaboratory is offering STEM educators and researchers a $2,000 fellowship grant to attend research and education conferences in 2017.
As an R+P Fellow, you will receive up to $2000 to attend a 2017 educational conference in order to meet and learn from other STEM educators and researchers. For example, teachers interested in engaging with educational research might attend regional or national research conferences such as AERA, NARST, or NCSM. Researchers wanting to connect with educators could apply to participate at conferences such as ASTC, ISTE, NCTM, NSTA, orTODOS. You will be teamed up with 2-3 other Fellows and touch base as a group, along with a Collaboratory mentor, at least once a day during the conference.
The program is open to K-12 educators and researchers who live and work in the US.