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Grosvenor Teacher Fellow program (Heads UP for Nov.)

Type: Foundations
Source: National Geographic and Grosvenor Teacher Fellow
Program: Grosvenor Teacher Fellow program (Heads UP for Nov.)
Eligibility: The Grosvenor Teacher Fellow program is a professional development
opportunity for current K-12 classroom teachers and informal
educators from the 50 U.S. States, Canada, the District of
Columbia, and Puerto Rico. Applicants must have a proven dedication
to geographic education in their teaching field and show promise of
continued active engagement in the future. They must have plans to
return to a classroom or teaching environment following their
assigned expedition and demonstrate the ability to incorporate what
they learn into their teaching. Past Grosvenor Teacher Fellows are
ineligible to apply again.
Purpose: The Grosvenor Teacher Fellow program is a professional development
opportunity made possible by a partnership between National
Geographic Education and Lindblad Expeditions. The program is named
in honor of Gilbert M. Grosvenor (pronounced GROHV-nur), Chairman
Emeritus National Geographic Society and Education Foundation
Board. This opportunity is designed to give current K-12 classroom
teachers and informal educators from the 50 U.S. states, Canada,
the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico the opportunity to extend
Grosvenor’s legacy of excellence in geographic education.
Through the program, exemplary educators are recognized for their
commitment to geographic education and are given the opportunity to
be actively engaged in finding new ways to bring geographic
awareness to their classrooms or informal learning environments
through a field-based experience.


Applications Available in Nov. 2014

Deadline: 12-31-2014
Quantity: Unknown
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We are no longer accepting applications for the 2014 Grosvenor
Teacher Fellow Program. Please check back in November for the
2015 application.



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