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Member Spotlight: How Cristine Chang's AAE Classroom Grant Made the Difference

 

Considering applying for an AAE Teacher Scholarship or Classroom Grant but not sure how to put your ideas on paper? Here's an example of a past winner whose award made all the difference for her students.

 

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AAE Scholarship & Grants Due October 1
posted by: Alana | September 15, 2016, 10:29 am

 

The deadline is just weeks away for our semi-annual teacher scholarship and classroom grant awards. Submit your application by October 1st!

 

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Today, we are pleased to announce AAE’s Wisconsin Teacher Scholarship and Classroom Grant award winners for the fall of 2015.  These 15 teachers embody our core values with their dedication to the field and innovative initiatives.  We couldn’t have chosen better!

 

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AAE Scholarship & Grant Applications Due Oct 1
posted by: Alana | September 14, 2015, 02:25 pm

 

Here’s some good news for teachers this fall: You could receive up to $500 from AAE for professional development or classroom supplies! You don't have to be an AAE member to apply and the application is online. What do you have to lose?

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Today, we are pleased to announce AAE’s National Teacher Scholarship and Classroom Grant award winners for the spring of 2015.  These 15 teachers embody our core values with their dedication to the field and innovative initiatives.  We couldn’t have chosen better!

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Travel as Professional Development
posted by: Melissa | July 11, 2014, 03:30 pm
What are your plans this summer? Taking a trip can be an integral part of increasing an educator’s professional capacity. If you have some free time this summer break, consider taking a PD-focused trip!   Continue Reading...

The Association of American Educators Foundation (AAEF) would like to extend our congratulations to the winners of the Spring 2014 AAE Foundation National Teacher Scholarships and Grants Program!

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Kimie Snapp Promotes the Arts with AAEF Grant
posted by: Melissa | February 28, 2014, 03:11 pm

Every fall and spring, we’re honored to award grants to teachers around the country.  When we select which grants to award, one of the deliverables we consider is how great the need is.  It’s no secret that funding for the arts in public schools has been disappearing as budgets remain stagnant.  That’s why we were so pleased to be able to offer a grant to Kimie Snapp.

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When the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards was founded in 1987, it was with the goal of creating a more rigorous path to teacher certification.  Achieving National Boards is not easy, and for any teacher to be able to put National Board Certified on their résumé is a true accomplishment.

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Along with our national scholarships and grants, AAE also provides scholarships and grants in the areas where we have state chapters.  Today, we’re proud to announce the winners for our newest state chapter in Wisconsin, with 15 teachers each receiving funding for varied educational projects and pursuits.

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We’re proud to announce the winners of our National Scholarships and Grants award winners for the fall of 2013, with 15 teachers each receiving funding for varied educational projects and pursuits.

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Donors Choose
posted by: Melissa | October 23, 2013, 12:35 pm
Each year, the Association of American Educators Foundation gives away thousands of dollars in scholarships and grants across the country as part of our mission to help teachers in their professional journey. In recent years, we've seen the demands for our grants grow. School districts across the country are cutting funds that teachers used to be able to rely on for additional projects.   Continue Reading...
LAST CALL: AAE Foundation Scholarships & Grants
posted by: Ruthie | September 30, 2013, 12:58 pm
It's hard to believe that September is almost over and the 2013-2014 school year is in full swing! Teachers across the country have spent the past month getting to know their new students, fine tuning lesson plans, and working to create the perfect learning environments. If you have a new idea that needs some funding, we hope you'll consider applying for an AAE Foundation scholarship or classroom grant.   Continue Reading...
Have you applied? AAEF’s Scholarship & Grant Program
posted by: Melissa | September 20, 2013, 09:10 am

Talk to teachers and they’ll tell you of the grand ideas they have for their classes.  They’ll speak passionately of all of the projects they’d like to implement, the books they’d like to read, and the techniques they’d like to try.  Unfortunately, with more and more school districts pulling back on funding, many teachers lack the resources to fulfill their exciting ideas.

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Every month, AAE hosts a contest on our Facebook page where we give our teachers a chance to win helpful prizes. All our teachers have to do is answer a question truthfully and honestly. This month, we asked about their favorite in-class read aloud book. We got some great answers that we'd love to share:   Continue Reading...

 

It seems that the Common Core State Standards and its requirements are all that people are talking about nowadays.  Educators in and out of the classroom worry about how its new requirements are going to affect teaching.  Causing particular controversy is the new emphasis on nonfiction reading; teachers worry that nonfiction will replace literature in Language Arts classes as well as hands-on learning in subject areas.

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Going into this school year, Shelby Thomson knew that she wanted to implement The Daily 5 reading program in her fifth-grade classroom. Ms. Thomson felt confident that this program would help her students grow into fluent readers, however the program calls for the use of listening stations for which she did not have the funding.   Continue Reading...
Member Mention: AAE Awards Grant for Financial Literacy
posted by: Melissa | January 30, 2013, 02:30 pm

 

Lisa Bender, a marketing teacher at Southern Garrett High School, had an idea to collaborate with Angie Meyer’s sixth grade Language Arts class.  The two teachers designed a project to expose the students to entrepreneurial concepts and to teach economic and financial literacy principals as well, using the novel Lawn Boy by Gary Paulsen.  The project was student-centered and made heavy use of technology, but it also cost funds that the two teachers did not have.

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Last spring, AAE was proud to award a classroom grant to Ms. Elizabeth Eaton, the Utah Association of Public Charter Schools Teacher of the Year.  Ms. Eaton was recognized by AAE-Utah Membership Director Charity Smith at one of last year’s School Choice Week events in Salt Lake City.

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Teachers, this is the last weekend to apply for an AAE Foundation National Teacher Scholarship or Classroom Grant!  AAE’s teacher scholarships and classroom grants are open to all teachers.  It doesn’t matter what sort of school or environment that they are in, or whether they are a member of AAE or not.

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