We Are America Project: Teacher Application
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Type of School *
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How many years have you been teaching? *
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How many years have you been teaching at your current school? *
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What grade(s) do you teach? *
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What subject(s) do you teach? *
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In what class would you want to run the We Are America Project? *
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Approximately how many students are in this selected class? *
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Across our project and the classes we are working with, we are seeking a range of students with a variety of social, economic, ethnic, religious, geographic, and racial backgrounds. Please share a little bit about the demographics of your class. *
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The “We Are America Project" is based on personal stories that deepen the perspective of what it means to be American. Tell us a little bit about your own personal story and why you would like to do this project with your students. *
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In what ways do you think this project could be powerful for your students and/or your community? *
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The "We Are America Project" requires many rounds of editing of stories and likely support of students outside of normal class hours. Do you have experience editing and iterating with students and do you think you can commit to helping students outside of class hours to work on their stories? *
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Do you believe you will have the support of your school administration to run this project? Why or why not? *
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What support would you need/want from us to run the "We Are America Project" well in your classroom/school? (We recognize that you are just starting our and this might change over the length of the project). *
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Would you like to share anything else with us about your teaching pedagogy, background, or school context?
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How did you hear about our project? *
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Do you have any questions for us right now about the project?
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