SummerStudio Design Thinking 2020 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION
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Criteria for Eligibility and Process:
Scholarship award funds derive from monies donated to the Design-Ed Coalition, our event organizer, with the specific purpose of supporting participants of SummerStudio Design Thinking 2020.

The purpose of the scholarship is to support applicants who have financial needs – the intent is to cover all or a portion of the registration fees.

Registrants who attend as a team are strongly encouraged. The goal is to support the implementation and scalability of design thinking for solutions that tackle real-life challenges that are relevant to you, as well as your students and community.

Also, it is strongly encouraged that applicants are members of the National Art Education Association (NAEA).
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The deadline for submitting this online application is Monday, April 27, 2020
If additional funding becomes available, a second application deadline will be May 11

> Team members of 2 to 3 who receive a scholarship will receive a minimum award of one full-tuition scholarship ($449).
> Accepted team members of 4 or more who receive a scholarship, will receive a minimum of 1 1/2 tuition of scholarship funding ($674).
> Note: once awardees have been notified, the non-refundable team balance for registration is due by May 8, 2020.

Please contact Jan Norman at or Cindy Todd at

> If an applicant is part of a team, EACH member must complete/submit an online application
> Each team will choose a designated team-lead who is responsible for paying the required balance
> Payment instructions will be included in the scholarship award letter via an email message
> Applications will be reviewed by an independent scholarship panel using an equitable review process

> Below is an overview of the scoring rubric:
- Team participation includes two or more from school or community
- Title I affiliation; evidence of a strong financial need to support participation
- Application of design thinking; how instructional practices will benefit student learning/outcomes
- Impact of professional learning experience on the replication of skills and knowledge learned
- The compelling case describes the benefits of participation
- Status of NAEA membership

> Awardees will be notified no later than Friday, May 1, 2020

What is your first and last name? *
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Are you a member of NAEA? (National Art Education Association) *
Are you participating in SS2020 as part of a team? *
If yes, what is the total number of participants in your team?
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Please list the first and last names of your teammates.
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What is your title/role in education? *
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Please provide your preferred email address (one that you access all year long). *
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What is your work and/or home telephone number? *
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What is your mobile number? *
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Does your school or nonprofit organization receive Title I Funding (i.e. free and reduced lunch)? *
What is the name of your school district or nonprofit organization? *
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What is the street address of your school or organization? *
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What grade levels do you teach? (if you are not a teacher or reside somewhere else other than a school, please describe your role in education) *
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What subjects and/or forms of art do you teach? (if you are not in the classroom, please describe your role in instruction) *
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Please describe why this scholarship is needed. *
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How will participating in SummerStudio 2020 assist you, your students, and your community? *
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A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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