Latest Opportunities for Teachers and Students

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  • Tue, July 01, 2014 10:46 AM | Anonymous is an online charity that makes it easy for anyone to help students in need. Public school teachers from every corner of America post classroom project requests on our site. Donors pick projects and make a donation. lets you share your classroom needs with a thriving community eager to help. Supporters have brought teachers' ideas to life in more than half of all U.S. public schools.

    How projects get funded

    70% of projects on are funded. Scroll down to see success stories from teachers and hear from donors who've just supported a classroom.

    The website will walk you through the process to select materials for your students and provide the information that inspires donors to give.

    Your project is most likely to be funded if you:

    • Give it a great title
    • Keep the cost to less than $400
    • Speak from the heart when you describe your project
    • Check your project essay for spelling and grammar.
  • Thu, April 18, 2013 3:33 PM | Anonymous

    The Molecularium Project is expanding science literacy globally by exciting young minds about molecular science through experiential learning and unprecedented visualizations in immersive and interactive media. We aim to excite audiences of all ages to explore and understand molecular science in the world around them.

    NanoSpace is a FREE tool for teachers created by renown scientists from Rensselear Polytechnic Institute to help increase science literacy in children.

  • Tue, April 02, 2013 8:43 AM | Anonymous
    This digital collection of 500+ vetted teaching materials for grades 6 - 16 includes activities, visualizations, and videos on climate science, climate change, and energy concepts.  These free resources are appropriate for courses in biology, chemistry, physics, environmental science or engineering, geology, and geography.  Only materials accepted by our review panels of scientists and educators are included.  Search the collection by topic, resource type, or grade level.  Learn about how to teach concepts in climate and energy using literacy principles.  This amazing resource was created with NSF funding.
  • Sat, February 02, 2013 9:11 AM | Anonymous
    The vision of the Math Common Core Institute is to enable grades 3-8 teachers to reach for excellence in elementary and middle school math through hands-on, standards-based, project-based, and technology-based (HSPT) learning environments. The project will deliver high-quality and research-based professional development to increase content knowledge in the Common Core State Standards for Math (CCSSM). This project represents a partnership among faculty and STEM education faculty at ETSU and fifty grade 3-8 math teachers from eight school districts. The project will provide a total of 106 hours of HSPT-based professional development (PD) by sponsoring three spring and fall workshops (18 hours) one summer institute (48 hours) homework assignments (24 hours) on-site training (12 hours) and two school visits (4 hours). Also, an online platform will be provided to facilitate the PD sessions during the project period and beyond.

    Contact: Dr. Chih-Che Tai
    East Tennessee state University
  • Sat, February 02, 2013 9:10 AM | Anonymous
    The Implementing Mathematical Practices and Content into Teaching Project (IMPACT) aims to support mathematics teachers in grades three through six as they transition towards meeting the expectations of the Common Core State standards for Mathematics (CCSSM). Fifty elementary teachers across four school districts will be recruited for participation. Project IMPACT has as its primary goal to increase and deepen participants’ comntent knowledgeand enhance their instructional practices. Achievement of these goals is expected as a direct result of a combination of immersion and practice-based experiences as well as carefully designed demonstration lessons. Projects activities include two Saturday meetings, four demonstration lessons, and a ten-day summer institute. Content development will focus on Geometry and Measurement, and enhancement of instructional practices will focus on the Standards for Mathematical Practice. A comprehensive evaluation plan and research plan will document the impact of the project.

    Contact: Dr. Angela Barlow (615) 898-5353
    Middle Tennessee State University
  • Sat, February 02, 2013 9:08 AM | Anonymous
    Lipscomb proposes a one-year project that will build on its previous MSP grant in which the university has worked in close partnership with Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS), Sumner County Schools, Robertson County Schools, Lebanon Independent Schools, and Maury Country Schools. The previous grant was a research grant that served teachers in partner districts for three years. The new project will conduct two institutes in the summer of 2013, collect data from a control group, and conduct appropriate follow-up on the participants to determine the extent of retention of the subject knowledge and the impact of the delivery model in participants' classrooms. All three sets of data will be used to evaluate the success of this research study.

    Contact: Carroll Wells (615) 966-5835
    Lipscomb University
  • Sun, September 30, 2012 9:08 AM | Anonymous

    Coursera is social entrepreneurship company that partners with the top universities in the world to offer courses online for anyone to take, for free. We envision a future where the top universities are educating not only thousands of students, but millions. Our technology enables the best professors to teach tens or hundreds of thousands of students.

    Through this, we hope to give everyone access to the world-class education that has so far been available only to a select few. We want to empower people with education that will improve their lives, the lives of their families, and the communities they live in.

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