Many different Social Studies Seminars located all over the country. Open to teachers of all subjects.
The Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship Program provides a unique professional development opportunity for accomplished K-12 educators in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to serve in the national education arena. Fellows spend eleven months working in a Federal agency or in a U.S. Congressional office, bringing their extensive knowledge and experience in the classroom to education program and/or education policy efforts.
Nominations are currently being accepted for the ASTA Elizabeth A.H. Green School Educator Award. The award is given annually to a school string teacher with a current and distinguished career in a school orchestral setting. Past recipients include Anne Guevara, Kathryn Hoffer, Steve Reed, Susan Ellington, Mary Lou Jones, Jan Garverick, Michael Alexander, Pamela Tellejohn Hayes, and E. Daniel Long along with a host of other distinguished string educators.
Attached is information on a scholarship for the BSU Ed Tech Masters Scholarship
Thanks to the generous support of the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago is pleased to offer the Doris Duke Fellowships for the Promotion of Child Well-Being. These fellowships are designed to identify and develop a new generation of leaders interested in and capable of creating practice and policy initiatives that will enhance child development and improve the nation's ability to prevent all forms of child maltreatment.
The Fulbright Distinguished Awards in Teaching Program seeks to improve mutual understanding among teachers, their schools and communities in the U.S. and abroad. This program allows teachers to go abroad for three or four months to take classes at an international university, observe classes and offer seminars in local schools and complete a project of their own design.
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Through this summer program, educators work with INL scientists and technical experts on research projects relevant to the classes they teach.
The Jack Kent Cooke Dissertation Fellowship Award supports advanced doctoral students who are completing dissertations that further the understanding of the educational pathways and experiences of high-achieving, low-income students
The James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation offers $24,000 James Madison Graduate Fellowships to individuals desiring to become outstanding teachers of the American Constitution at the secondary school level. Fellowship applicants compete only against other applicants from the states of their legal residence. As funding permits, the Foundation plans to offer one fellowship per state per year.
Since 2000, the Library of Congress has recruited teachers to work with Educational Outreach staff to promote the effective use of the Library’s primary sources in the classroom. Previous Teachers-in-Residence have led professional development workshops, developed teaching materials and led and supported projects to reach and support a diverse audience of educators nationwide.
Math for America offers four fellowship programs for new and experienced mathematics and science teachers and leaders. MƒA has seven sites across the country and each site offers different fellowship program options. The link below provide instructions on how to apply.
The MƒA Master Teacher Fellowship is a four-year program that rewards outstanding experienced public secondary school mathematics and science teachers. MƒA Master Teachers demonstrate strong content knowledge; they are recognized as leaders in their schools and beyond; they serve as mentors for beginning teachers; they are models for their colleagues; and they remind each of us about our own inspiring teachers. Representing a range of seniority, MƒA Master Teachers have worked from four years in the classroom to twenty plus years. MƒA Master Teachers form a close community of professionals united in their passionate enthusiasm for both mathematics and science and for their work as teachers of mathematics and science. They actively participate in professional development and mentoring within the MƒA corps.
The UMass Nanotechnology Summer Institute will explore the basic science and engineering concepts of this exciting new field, and will illustrate how they may be integrated into the usual math, science and technology courses in middle schools and high schools. The content and pedagogy will be aligned with the Massachusetts Science and Technology/Engineering Framework.
The National WWII Museum is excited to announce a week-long professional development opportunity to take place in the summer of 2015 for middle school (5th to 8th grade) science teachers. Twenty-eight teachers from across the country will come to New Orleans to experience hands-on how necessity, knowledge, perseverance and skill lead to inventions, innovation, and careers in STEM—just like in World War II. This seminar is supported by a grant from the Northrop Grumman Foundation. Teachers will receive free room and board in New Orleans, a travel stipend, and all seminar materials free of charge. The museum is looking for great young teachers nationwide, and the application period begins January 5, 2015. Please visit http://www.nationalww2museum.org/realworldscience for more information and to sign up for email updates.
The Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) are the nation's highest honors for teachers of mathematics and science (including computer science). Awardees serve as models for their colleagues, inspiration to their communities, and leaders in the improvement of mathematics and science education
Will pay for a masters in high need schools-in high need areas.
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The Toyota International Teacher Program is an international professional-development opportunity for U.S. secondary school teachers focusing on environmental stewardship and global connectedness. Selected teachers travel on a short-term (2-3 week) study tour to a country that is at the forefront of innovative solutions to environmental challenges. The teachers explore environmental issues through hands-on activities and incorporate what they learn into interdisciplinary and solution-focused lesson plans to share with their students and communities in the U.S.