Seeking out and applying for grants and fellowships isn’t something we are ever taught in teacher prep. Teachers do have unique opportunities that are not available to anyone else. Much like this one from the National Association of Japan-America Societies. Teachers of Economics, Social Studies, Geography or History in grades 6-12 may apply for this
Uttering the words “school lunch” will result in groans and various gestures of disgust. School lunches are horrible, just ask any kid. Every single day of my teaching career, I had lunch duty sometimes I was lucky enough to have it TWICE a day. Looking at the lunches was enough to turn the hunger off
You’ve got this idea floating around in your head, but you need money to implement that awesome idea. Is your idea based on building charter strengths? Seven teachers will win $10K for their unique character building program from Character Lab. You’ve got until 5pm ET on Nov 2, 2015 to complete and submit your application.
Last chance this year to enter to win the Pitsco $500 Scholarship. Enter teacher giveaway here Facebook 1 Google+ 0 LinkedIn 0 Pinterest 0 Twitter
Children beg for pets in the classroom. The burden of purchase usually falls on the teacher. Teachers may receive a classroom pet through the Pets in the Classroom grant program. Pets offer so much for classrooms, learning the responsibility of taking care of and providing for the pet, a companion, endless science lessons, reading, writing