Innovative Teaching Grants
PSEA promotes excellence in education through its annual Innovative Teaching Grants.
About the Grants
A maximum of four individual grants will be awarded. Each grant, reimbursable up to $1,000, will be awarded to teachers, librarians, instructional teams, pupil personnel services, higher education or student PSEA member who meet eligibility requirements. PSEA’s Council on Instruction and Professional Development will recommend winners to the PSEA Board of Directors. Grants are awarded to recipients at the annual PSEA House of Delegates meeting each May.
How to Apply
For more information about PSEA's Innovative Teaching Grants, contact Bonnie Myers (email@example.com).
State College EA
Green Energy: Powering Education From a STEM Methodology
Proceeding from a STEM mindset, students utilize science and math to design and then build/test solar collectors and wind turbines at age appropriate levels of abstraction.
Shelley Ochterski, Mary Kate O’Connell
Engaging Intervention for Kindergarten
Working in partnership with community volunteers, Kindergarten team members will implement targeted interventions to at-risk Kindergarten students.
Brockway Area EA
The Evolution of Social Media
This unit/project will enable students to see how social media is impacting their life, along with the world around them.
“Golden Lines” Author Quilt
Students read a novel, identify a profound connection, and write to the author sharing this connection. Included in the letter is a fabric square plus a request to sign and return it. The signed author squares, plus student-created squares, are sewn together to create a quilt.