Fund Your MAMLE Attendance: Library of Congress Teacher Scholarship Application
Learn about teaching with primary sources from the Library of Congress for ELA and Social Studies:

What you get:
• Paid Registration
• Free book
• $150 stipend to offset hotel costs - after completing post-survey
• $20 paid to MSU for up to 1 CEU

Expectations/Application Process:
• Attend the 5 hour pre-conference 12:30-5:30 pm, Sunday, October 29th
• Currently teach ELA and/or Social studies
• Complete application
• Complete contract documents as required (to be provided once your acceptance has been approved)
• Teach a Library of Congress infused lesson plan (one we have created, or one you create)
• Complete post survey (required to receive the stipend)

DUE: September 22, 2017
MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY
Mississippi State, MS 39762

You will be notified as soon as possible about your acceptance.

Name:
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School:
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Number of Years Teaching:
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Subject(s) Teaching (2017-2018):
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Grade Level(s):
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Degree Information: Select highest degree achieved
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Please list the degree fields below (e.g. Elementary ed, etc. for all degrees as is applicable - Bachelor's field, Master's field, Specialist field, and/or Doctoral field):
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Additional Endorsements
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Experience Using Primary Sources as a student:
Experience Using Primary Sources as a teacher:
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Have you ever used Library of Congress Resources?
Have your students ever used Library of Congress Resources?
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Why are you interested in this Library of Congress workshop? (What would you like to learn or gain from the experience? What do you think you can contribute? Etc.)
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How would you see using Library of Congress primary sources benefiting your students?
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