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American Turkish Society's Education Program

Type: Foundations
Source: American Turkish Society
Program: American Turkish Society's Education Program
Eligibility:
Elementary and secondary school teachers in the U.S.

Purpose:

The American Turkish Society's Education Program is
pleased to announce the availability of Curriculum Development
Grants for Fall 2014. Launched in Spring 2010, The American Turkish
Society's Curriculum Development Grant Program aims to encourage
the development of Turkey-related curriculum by offering funds to
elementary and secondary school teachers in the U.S. to develop
innovative curricula, projects, and other classroom activities
about Turkey. Grants range from between $250 to $2,500 and cover
the costs of classroom materials, speakers, and other expenses
incurred by the teacher. The amount of each grant is determined by
the project's scope, the availability of total funds, and the
number of projects selected through a competitive
process. Preference is given to schools that do not
currently have Turkey-related programs in place.


Once selected, grantees will be free to develop and
teach their proposed projects without editorial input from The
Society. They will, however, be required to participate in
follow-up activities for evaluation purposes. All lesson plans,
handout materials, and classroom activities that are developed
through the Curriculum Development Grant Program must be shared
with The Society, and will be made available online to other U.S.
educators interested in teaching curriculum on Turkey. The most
qualified curriculum development grantees will also have the
opportunity to participate in exchange program trips
to Health and Education Foundation
(SEV)
 schools in Istanbul, Izmir or Tarsus to dialogue
with teachers and students in Turkey and to attend teacher
workshops in support of their curriculum development.


Deadline: 07-15-2014
Award Min: $250.00
Award Max: $2,500.00
Quantity: Unknown
Period: One year.
Additional
Information
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Questions? elsa.josephs@americanturkishsociety.org


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