Outfitting a school or classroom with the correct technology resource can further the reach of teachers, enhance the skills of students, and create endless opportunities of education methods. Educators of America are driven to not only supply teachers and educators with the classroom technology they need but also train them to use it in the most effective ways possible. Educators who are in need of an effective technology tool that will assist in bettering student achievement, not only in their classrooms but also throughout their entire institution, can apply for an Educators of America MicroGrant of between $250 and $5,000.
Deadlines: Technology grant applications are reviewed quarterly (January, April, July, October).
Help your students identify a problem in their community and use STEM to create a solution. ALL public 6–12 schools are eligible, in class or online. Professional development is open for educators now through December on Samsung.com/solve
Tufts University’s Early Childhood Technology (ECT) certificate program is designed for educators and practitioners working with young children in prekindergarten through second grade in diverse educational settings, such as schools, museums, libraries, and daycares.
Advance your teaching career by enrolling in professional development courses, a teacher leader or principal certificate, or a master’s degree in educational leadership. Penn State World Campus, in collaboration with the respected Penn State College of Education, offers a wide variety of educational leadership programs completely online. If you are a K–12 teacher who wants to broaden your leadership potential and expand your knowledge about schools, teachers, and student learning while renewing your passion to work on behalf of public education, Penn State’s onlinegraduate programs in educational leadership are for you.