Grantees

Showing results for Grades: Grades 9-12

Sandra Hall

Spruce Creek High School, Port Orange, FL
Grades 9-12, Social Studies
2007, Fall

Develop training program based on “7 Habits of Highly Effective People” and create/modified instructional unit for use and integration for school-wide teen intervention program.

Susan E. Hvizdos

Wheeling Park High School, Wheeling, WV
Grades 9-12, Computers / Technology
2007, Fall

Technology enhanced program to increase student application of numbering systems based on alignment to standards, instructional goals, and assessments measures (pre-test data).

William C. Van Evera

H-B Woodlawn Program, Arlington, VA
Grades 9-12, Science
2007, Fall

Conduct nutritional analysis of popular local food spots and publish a nutritional guide for Arlington teenagers.

Chelsea Ann Kostyniak

Grand Prairie High Ninth Grade Center, Grand Prairie, TX
Grades 9-12, English
2007, Fall

This collaborative writing program focuses on social aspects of the complete writing process (prewriting, drafting, collaboration, editing and revising, and final publication) to a meaningful audience.

Brian K. Liskey

Oley Valley High School, Oley, PA
Grades 9-12, Science
2007, Fall

Students will explore "Air Repair" as an ecological concept and perform quantitative data collection on air quality locally and globally.

Scott L. O'Donnell

Oil City Area High School, Oil City, PA
Grades 9-12, Computers / Technology
2007, Fall

Students will explore how media shapes society, culture, and politics and create a series of digital representations of the types of media production that are possible.

Douglas Stuivenga

McNary High School, Keizer, OR
Grades 9-12, Mathematics
2007, Fall

Students will apply math to things around them and create a series of three dimensional models.

Meredith Lea Pankop-Wronowski

Capital Hill High School, Oklahoma City, OK
Grades 9-12, Science
2007, Fall

Students will explore Biotechnology as part of a collaboratively articulated program with a local college to carry out a series of exhaustive DNA investigations.

Kristen Solano

Clearview Regional High School, Mullica Hill, NJ
Grades 9-12, Social Studies
2007, Fall

Students will investigate cultural characteristics of Eastern and Western Influences on the aesthetics of design, unity, and harmony found in horticulture.

Daniel Moriarty

Whitman-Hanson Regional High School, Whitman, MA
Grades 9-12, Computers / Technology
2007, Fall

Under the guidelines of the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System examination for Engineering/Technology, students will engineer three prototypes using specified technology for the planning, design, and prototypical developmental model.

Daphne Moore

Captain Shreve High School, Shreveport, LA
Grades 9-12, Science
2007, Fall

Students will create a forensic laboratory and use the process of scientific inquiry to investigate a series of reality-based crimes.

Judith L. Goebel

Newton Community High School, Newton, IL
Grades 9-12, Computers / Technology
2007, Fall

Offer an interdisciplinary program using a computer interface “probe-ware” to examine physical and chemical properties of Earth Science, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics through instructional coordination.

Nina Kimbrough

Gaither High School, Tampa, FL
Grades 9-12, Mathematics
2007, Fall

Extracting “math standards” inherent in a Special Olympics program to reinforce standards-based math instruction.

Brian Ki

Somerset High School, Bellflower, CA
Grades 9-12, Mathematics
2007, Fall

Use radio controlled cars and motion detectors to document corollary coordinates to quantify the application of the linear equation y=mx+b using TI-84 calculators (Learning Standard: Math).

Donna Jo P. Cuyler

South Milwaukee High School, South Milwaukee, WI
Grades 9-12, Social Studies
2007, Summer

Ms. Cuyler attends the “Moku-Hang Japanese Waterbase Woodcut” workshop to learn the traditional process of 18th century Japanese woodcutters and expand the experience of the students in her integrated art and social studies class. Under the guidance of ... more »

Leigh Howell

Menominee Area Public Schools, Menominee, MI
Grades 9-12, Computers / Technology
2007, Summer

Mr. Howell, Ms. Quaak, and an interdisciplinary team of educators form a study group to obtain a deeper understanding of Web 2.0 technology and develop methods to incorporate these emerging technologies into the district’s curriculum. Participants investigate ... more »

James David Heller

James H. Blake High School, Silver Spring, MD
Grades 9-12, Computers / Technology
2007, Summer

In response to existing achievement gaps and in anticipation of Maryland’s new diploma requirements, Mr. Heller and his colleagues conduct action research examining the effectiveness of computer-based review games. Applying knowledge Mr. Heller gains from ... more »

Aleshia C. Taylor

Northeast High School, Pride, LA
Grades 9-12, Mathematics
2007, Summer

By attending workshops at the Kagan Summer Academy, Ms. Taylor sharpens her knowledge of contemporary mathematics techniques and strives to make mathematics a successful learning experience for her students. Through peer interaction and presentations, Ms. Taylor ... more »

Gwen Hines

Mountain View High School, El Monte, CA
Grades 9-12, Computers / Technology
2007, Summer

To ensure a consistent level of teaching excellence, Ms. Hines and Ms. Bobadilla form a study group around best practices for AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) teachers. The group members create videos of outstanding instruction in listening, ... more »

Gabrielle Willis

Anchorage School District, Anchorage, AK
Grades 9-12, Social Studies
2007, Summer

To increase the achievement of her diverse orchestra students, Ms. Willis attends the Ohio State University String Teacher Workshop. At this workshop, she studies with internationally renowned string clinicians to learn to incorporate nonverbal modes of instruction, ... more »

Deborah Greif

Grayson County High School, Independence, VA
Grades 9-12, Computers / Technology
2007, Summer

To increase students’ understanding and motivation in mathematics, Ms. Greif and Ms. Joines integrate technology into their algebra classes. Students choose a mathematical topic, videotape themselves demonstrating an activity that illustrates the topic, and ... more »

Teresa Anne Caron

Swain County High School, Bryson City, NC
Grades 9-12, Mathematics
2007, Summer

To help students prepare for post-secondary education and see the relevancy of mathematics in the real world, Dr. Caron and Ms. Watkins implement an integrated honors pre-calculus and AP physics course that teaches mathematics concepts within the context of college ... more »

Mary Brandenburg

Gray’s Creek High School, Hope Mills, NC
Grades 9-12, Social Studies
2007, Summer

Ms. Brandenburg and Ms. Condon implement a nutrition project to help their mentally disabled students become more self-sufficient and to aid the students’ transition to independent living. Students study the food pyramid and assemble menus of balanced meals. ... more »

Julie Reyers

Grand Rapids Montessori High School, Grand Rapids, MI
Grades 9-12, Literature
2007, Summer

Students in Ms. Reyers’s and Ms. Walthorn’s Language Arts classes explore Middle Eastern literature, culture, and traditions. Students choose from selected texts involving Middle Eastern culture, participate in literature circles and Socratic seminars to ... more »

Jenni Taylor

Environmental Charter High School, Lawndale, CA
Grades 9-12, Science
2007, Summer

Ms. Taylor and Ms. Laimon implement “Plastics are Forever” to increase students’ awareness of environmental issues and expand science lessons beyond the classroom. Applying critical thinking skills, students examine the importance of non-point source ... more »

Amy Faith Hinrichs

Marinette High School, Marinette, WI
Grades 9-12, English
2007, Winter

The Marinette High School English Department explores the intricacies of the 6+1 Trait writing model by reading, studying videotapes, consulting an expert, discussing strategies, and brainstorming lessons in order to deepen their knowledge and create workable ... more »

Amy Faith Hinrichs

Marinette High School, Marinette, WI
Grades 9-12, English
2007, Winter

The Marinette High School English Department explores the intricacies of the 6+1 Trait writing model by reading, studying videotapes, consulting an expert, discussing strategies, and brainstorming lessons in order to deepen their knowledge and create workable ... more »

Laurel Maslowski

North Kansas City High School, North Kansas City, MO
Grades 9-12, Social Studies
2007, Winter

Ms. Maslowski spends two months teaching in a secondary school in Moshi, Tanzania to model best practices for teachers there. To provide content on African decolonization for her own school’s curriculum, Ms. Maslowski gathers materials and interviews community ... more »

Luajean Bryan

Luajean Bryan

Walker Valley High School, Cleveland, TN
Grades 9-12, Computers / Technology
2007, Winter

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From the earth to the sky: Real-world math and science


Using a $5,000 Student Achievement Grant received from the NEA Foundation, Luajean Bryan, working with her Walker Valley High School colleagues Eric Swafford and Jenny Borden, created a cross curricular lesson titled ... more »

Brigitte Danielle Jensen

Reynolds High School, Troutdale, OR
Grades 9-12, Science
2007, Winter

To explore scientific concepts and develop students’ critical thinking skills, Ms. Jensen and Ms. Blanchard create a forensic science unit. Students investigate the murder of a fictional teacher using physics, biology, and chemistry to determine the ... more »

Darren Hunter

The Community Schoolhouse, Salem, OR
Grades 9-12, Computers / Technology
2007, Winter

Students at The Community Schoolhouse, an alternative high school for students who have struggled in a traditional environment, learn to use video equipment to produce a student-driven film festival. To promote integrated learning, students master script writing, ... more »

Donetta Nice

Northern Garrett High School, Accident, MD
Grades 9-12, Science
2007, Winter

Ms. Nice and Mr. Kirchner’s students design and construct a solar powered charging station to learn the process and benefits of solar power and how it can be applied to AC power production related to residential wiring in their homes. Students learn about ... more »

Tanya Turner

Hancock College Preparatory High School, Chicago, IL
Grades 9-12, Science
2007, Winter

Students participating in Ms. Turner and Ms. Scavone’s “Little Hancock on the Prairie” project have the opportunity to work as researchers on an ecological study. Using a prairie environment created on their campus, the urban students identify and ... more »

Carol Sue Harless

DeKalb Early College Academy, Avondale Estates, GA
Grades 9-12, Literature
2007, Winter

Students at DeKalb Early College, an early college initiative for high-ability students who have not been successful in traditional high schools, participate in a documentary project to deepen understanding of literary works and historical background. After reading ... more »

Sheryl Ryder

Vacaville High School, Vacaville, CA
Grades 9-12, Social Studies
2007, Winter

With the support of community partners, Ms. Ryder-Burns and Ms. Garcia initiate Virtual Enterprise programs to help prepare their students for work in a real-world business environment. Students learn the daily operations required in running a business from ... more »

Misti Dawn Vogle

Richardton-Taylor High School, Richardton, ND
Grades 9-12, Computers / Technology
2008, Fall

Mrs. Vogle will attend a three-day session training program sponsored by MogoMedia. The session will enhance student technology learning at both Richardton High School and Dickinson State University.

Lisa Giacalone

Lynnfield High School, Lynnfield, MA
Grades 9-12, Social Studies
2008, Fall

To prepare for Lynnfield's inclusion of Italian language courses, Ms. Giacalone will participate in a month long intensive culture and language program in Florence, Italy. The knowledge gained will be shared with colleagues at Lynnfield.

Karen Sharp

Bogalusa High School, Bogalusa, LA
Grades 9-12, Social Studies
2008, Fall

The Bogalusa M.A.G.I.C. (Making Achievement Gains In our Community) team will participate in leadership training opportunities through the Search Institute to build a community of leaders with a clear vision dedicated to building developmental assets and fostering ... more »

James Jeffrey Reichle

Lassen High School, Susanville, CA
Grades 9-12, Science
2008, Fall

Mr. Reichle will represent his science department as a Spanish translator for the school's growing ESL population by attending 25 weeks of intensive immersion Spanish instruction in Guatemala.

Mitchell Trembicki

Haverford High School, Havertown, PA
Grades 9-12, Science
2008, Fall

Seeking to gain knowledge about IPM, a technique growers use requiring advanced understanding of insect life-cycles and knowledge of pesticides and their environmental impacts, students will collect and analyze data, making recommendations that will be implemented ... more »

Rachel Parrett

Wayne Trace Junior/Senior High School, Haviland, OH
Grades 9-12, Computers / Technology
2008, Fall

"The History for the Thumb Generation" project will motivate students by integrating technology with state standards in a way students will respect and understand. By incorporating technology into the social studies classroom, Mrs. Parrett and Mrs. Sinn will bridge ... more »

Ryan Knudsen

Weaver Academy, Greensboro, NC
Grades 9-12, Computers / Technology
2008, Fall

The "SMARTT Challenge" will provide collaboration between Career & Technical students and Performing & Visual Arts students. Students will learn about important environmental, energy, and economic issues as they research options and then retrofit a gasoline powered ... more »

Beverly Blomgren

Humboldt Senior High School, Saint Paul, MN
Grades 9-12, Science
2008, Fall

Science and social studies students will determine a course of action to reduce the effects of erosion and water runoff on school grounds. Through engagement in service learning, students will also develop and begin implementation of a long-range plan to create ... more »

Kristina Lindes Belcher

Stephen Decatur High School, Berlin, MD
Grades 9-12, Computers / Technology
2008, Fall

To improve the classroom participation and engagement of students who are Limited English Proficient, Ms. Lindes and Mr. Comroe will procure a SMART Board to be used in conjunction with current curriculum. The technology will create a more interactive classroom, ... more »

Risha Allen Mullins

Montgomery County High School, Mt. Sterling, KY
Grades 9-12, Literature
2008, Fall

Mrs. Mullins and Mrs. Mantooth will expand the Moo Moo Book Club at Montgomery County High. As they read new books each month, the literacy of students in the club will increase through higher-order thinking and discussion, aligning with national and state standards. ... more »

Greg Kottcamp

Golden High School, Golden, CO
Grades 9-12, Social Studies
2008, Fall

Social studies students in Golden High School will be directed to groups of documents on the National Archive Records Administration's website from which certain pre-determined questions can be answered. After answering the questions, the students will complete a ... more »

Cathy Barnett

Antwerp Local School District, Antwerp, OH
Grades 9-12, Social Studies
2008, Summer

Antwerp PEERS will provide an opportunity for building teacher capacity to integrate technology into all phases of instruction, and into a school-wide plan. The plan will include in-depth professional development for a “core” in-house training team who ... more »

Shawna Gareau-Kurtz

WE-MO-CO Career and Technical Education Center, Spencerport, NY
Grades 9-12, Literature
2008, Summer

Mrs. Gareau-Kurtz and Ms. Post will establish a teacher resource library. The library will target new teachers and will provide materials for new teacher mentors.

Rebecca S. Buckingham

Lisbon Central School, Lisbon, NY
Grades 9-12, Social Studies
2008, Summer

Ms. Buckingham and Ms. LaPage will create school-wide collegial study groups focused on the readings of texts that address instructional improvement within classrooms and across classrooms within the school. There will be a special focus on students who are at the ... more »

Kristen Gulsvig

Tartan High School, Oakdale, MN
Grades 9-12, Social Studies
2008, Summer

Ms. Gulsvig and Ms. Hoffman will design and implement district-wide professional development opportunities to address the growing population of students with autism spectrum disorders. The professional opportunities will focus on developing resources and teaching ... more »