Tell us about your plans for your NEA Foundation grant project.
Our NEA Foundation grant project is “Using Shakespeare to Teach Vocal Technique to English Language Learners.” While producing an adapted version of Shakespeare's “Twelfth Night,” students will improve articulation, projection, and delivery. In addition to classroom instruction and rehearsals, students will participate in several voice workshops with Synetic Theatre.
In June 2013, 36 educators completed international field study in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil as the 2013 NEA Foundation-Pearson Foundation Global Learning Fellows. Upon return, they created lesson plans, unit plans, and full
Education support professionals (ESPs) play a vital role in America’s public schools, and like their colleagues in the classroom, they often find themselves without the funds necessary to implement great ideas. School nurses, para-educators,
In June, 31 award-winning public school educators will visit schools in Beijing and Xi’an, China to observe high-quality teaching instruction and interact with Chinese teachers and administrators as our latest cohort of Global Learning