October 2 2007
Presentations will be made by Lilly Teacher Creativity Fellowship recipients:
Bonnia Fouts - Navigating Ni-ihau to Navigation Know-How
Al Jacquay - Group Creative Problem Solving Activities
Brenda Krieger - High Ability Education in Indiana
Steve Makurat- Exploring South America
Marji Morris - Reading/Writing Workshop for Middle School
Janice Plummer - Trip to Africa
This free program will be most helpful for full-time teachers, in both public and private schools, who are interested in applying for a 2008 Lilly Teacher Creativity Fellowship, or who would like to explore some of the presentation topics for their own classroom work.
Lilly Endowment Inc., which funds the fellowships for Indiana teachersâ€™ professional renewal projects, each year awards a maximum of 120 grants in the amount of $8,000 each, and up to 10 grants at $25,000 each.
Since the Teacher Creativity Fellowship Program began in 1987, 1,825 Indiana educators have received grants.
Proposals to the Lilly Endowment must be postmarked by November 9, 2007. Recipients will be notified by February 29, 2008. More information is available at http://teachercreativity.org.
To find out more about the Lilly Fellows Teachersâ€™ Academy, contact Susan Powers, associate dean of ISUâ€™s College of Education, at email@example.com or 237-2918.
CONTACT: Susan Powers, associate dean of the College of Education, Indiana State University, firstname.lastname@example.org or 237-2918
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Lilly Teacher Creativity Fellowship recipients will discuss their projects at the Lilly Fellows Teachers' Academy held at the College of Education.