The WeAreTeachers (WAT) community is sponsoring another microgrant opportunity. The topic for this round of microgrants is ‘Measurable Improvement, Meaningful Progress’. To apply, click on this link and submit your microgrant proposal about strategies for implementing Response to Intervention activities or
Is there any more rewarding moment in a teacher’s career than when you are able to put a struggling student on the path to success? Response to Intervention is a key part of bringing outlying students into the fold and unlocking their true potential, but it can also be a trying and time consuming puzzle. We want to hear your best Response to Intervention ideas and strategies, and we want to help you implement them.
Submit your Response to Intervention idea and then get your friends and family to vote for it online! The ideas that garner the most votes win $200 and a Flip Video camera. Use the cash to make your idea happen and the camera to capture your work in action!
Application deadline is February 23. Voting is open February 25 – March 11. Winners are announced March 15.
Voting fopened on February 2nd for microgrant proposals submitted for the ‘Literacy: Reading is my Favorite Thing’. To vote, click here and look through the fantastic submissions by educators. Voting will close on February 16, 2010 so vote as soon as you can!
WeAreTeachers is sponsoring another MicroGrant contest that officially kicked off today and runs until June 1, 2009. The theme for this promotion is ‘A Summer of Learning!’. I submitted a proposal entitled, “Pump up your Summer Learning!” My proposal can be found on the first page., sixth one down. would appreciate your vote and efforts to spread the word to your colleagues about voting as well as I attempt to find ways to fund my passions of learning, technology and summer fun!
The grants that receive the top 10 most number of votes will win a Flip Video Camera and $200! Please vote by clicking here: http://www.weareteachers.com/web/weareteachers/solvote. Thanks to everyone who helped in the past and I sincerely appreciate your assistance again!
As part of the We Are Teachers community, I applied for one of their $200 microgrants. The ten applicants who receive the most votes will win the money to fund the project described in the microgrant application.
My grant is about integrating fine arts in digital storytelling activities to increase student achievement, self-esteem and learning. Please take a few moments to visit the We Are Teachers site and vote for my microgrant entitled, “Whose Line is It?”. My application is listed as the last one of the first page of applicants at http://www.weareteachers.com/web/weareteachers/vote. At the time of this post I am in third place – please vote so that I stay in the top 10 and am award the microgrant funding! Thank you!