Teacher Leader Scholarship Application
75% off regular registration for Summer Institutes (Regular price is $300, thus the scholarship price is $75) for teacher leaders of color and/or teachers of Indigenous, First Nations, or Native languages who desire to learn this information and teach it to others through leadership in their schools, districts, Tribal, national, or state organizations, through conference or workshop presentations, or through blogging, writing, or other multimedia/digital means. Application deadline is June 1. If we do not award 40 scholarships by June 1 to leaders of color and/or teachers of Indigenous, First Nations, or Native languages, we will release the remaining spots to educators of all backgrounds who want to partner with us to refine and implement our systems, strategies, and materials with a culturally-sustaining, antiracist, social and environmental justice oriented approach to World Language teaching and learning.
Online session(s) you wish to attend
June 8 - 12 People, Places, and Stories
June 8 - 12 Cultures, History, and Issues
June 15 - 19 People, Places, and Stories
June 15 - 19 Cultures, History, and Issues
July 20 - 24 People, Places, and Stories
July 20 - 24 Cultures, History, and Issues
July 27 - 31 People, Places, and Stories
July 27 - 31 Cultures, History, and Issues
July 27 - 31 Advanced Institute on Assessment
How do you intend to lead others to implement the systems and strategies that you will learn at Summer Institutes? This is not a formal commitment; we just want to know how you envision using your learning to develop other teachers' practices.
Are you interested in participating in our 2021-22 Leadership Incubator, after you have had a year to implement these systems and materials? The intent is to provide on-the-job paid training to recruit, train, and partner with future contractors with the World Language Proficiency Project. In 2021-22, we will most likely need to contract with more (1) Curriculum Club coaches (for online work), (2) Summer Institute trainers/demo teachers, and/or (3) writers/resource developers to partner with our Curriculum Department, especially in the areas of creating materials that bring a wider variety of voices and perspectives into World Language curricula, feature antiracist, social justice, and/or environmental justice themes, and to develop materials in Indigenous, First Nations, or Native languages. If no, please type in "no." If yes, please type in what type of work you are interested in (or describe a kind of work we have not yet thought of, that you would like to see us take on, with your help), what your goals are for this partnership with us, and how your skills and experience have prepared you to do this work.
Is there anything else you would like to share? Please feel free to provide us with any feedback or additional information. We would especially treasure your feedback on any barriers that were present for you as you completed this application or interacted with our materials, websites, staff members, or company brand. We value your perspective and deeply appreciate your sharing it with us as we strive to build the most inclusive and welcoming organization we possibly can, for educators and students of all racial, ethnic, and linguistic backgrounds.
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