Grantee wins Kindle Fire for anti-bullying video

Nate Edwards, a mathematics teacher at Poplar Bridge Elementary School in Bloomington, MN, realized while traveling the world that he could use puppets to connect with people across language and cultural barriers.

Why not use puppets to help his students, who have emotional and behavioral disabilities, to make connections of their own? Edwards took this realization and turned it into a $2,000 NEA Foundation Student Achievement Grant project. Watch his video above to see how it turned out.

Have you received an education grant from the NEA Foundation?

Share your comments, photos, or videos about the grant work you’re doing with students or with other educators in professional learning communities. Simply post to our Facebook and Twitter to win a pair of NEA Foundation earbuds.

Now’s your turn to also win a Kindle Fire! Be one of the first five grantees to post a video on social media that is featured here, on the NEA Foundation’s blog, to win a Kindle Fire. Learn more.

Congratulations to our first winner, Nate Edwards!



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