UDEF Awards $25,000 in Grants to UD Teachers

Dec 04, 2018

The Upper Dublin Education Foundation's Grant Program is designed to encourage innovation and to develop resources and meet needs that are not addressed in existing District programs. Our educators imagine the possibilities. We help make them a reality.
 
This school year, we funded 22 grants for 18 teachers, totaling $25,000 in classroom innovation. We're grateful for your support in helping us enhance learning opportunities throughout the District.

  • Adam Brittain (MGES): Staging Solos: Using Puppeteering to Develop Singing Skills

  • Trish Chialastri (TFES): Sensory Pathway Hallway

  • Adam Doan (MGES): LEGO Mindstorm

  • Elementary Art Department: Monet Today Traveling Art Exhibit

  • Stacey Lavenberg (FWES):Flexible Seating: Finding Our ‘Smart Spots’

  • Jennifer Leszczynski (FWES): Headphones for 9th grade Academic Literacy course

  • Lauren LeVeque (SRMS): Digital Recorders for Interpersonal Communication Practice and Assessment

  • Lauren LeVeque (SRMS): Spot It en Espanol game

  • Laurie McGettigan/Samantha Connelly (SRMS): Ozobots Personal Narratives: Integrated Literacy and Coding

  • Noelle McNesby (UDHS): Operation Whiteboard

  • Tre Milrod (JTES): Makedo Toolkits

  • Liz Padova (FWES): Pottery Wheel

  • Doug Sample (UDHS): Standing Waves in Air Columns using LabQuest Function Generator

  • Doug Sample (UDHS): Freefall and Projectiles

  • Stephanie Sample (SRMS): Growth Mindset Materials for Success

  • Frances Schwabenland (SRMS): The Creative Classroom for Project Based Learning

  • Erica Stianchi (MGES): Interactice Learning with Student Choice

  • Bret Stover (UDHS): Go Pro Waterproof Video Camera for Lifeguard & PE Classes

  • Melissa Traber/1stGrade Team (JTES):Morning STEAM Think Tubs

  • Tina Tofel (SRMS): Flexible Seating

  • Mitch Will (MGES): Ozobots: The Concrete Key to Coding

  • Carol Zambelli (FWES):  Standing Desks for Special Education Classroom