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Teacher Innovation Grants are available to Bethlehem Area School District teachers to implement an innovative project, initiative, teaching strategy, technology application or other effort providing measurable educational outcomes for students. The purpose of this grant program is to enhance student learning and student interest in learning by providing educators an opportunity to exercise their passion for teaching, develop their ideas, partner with colleagues and connect with the wealth of knowledge, expertise and talent within the district and the community.

Congratulations to the 2018/2019 Teacher Innovation Grant Recipients!

The Science of Sleds
Broughal Middle School, Lynn Vento
Reaching Beyond the Limits
Broughal Middle School, Rose Poskay
The Science and History of Tie-Dye
Broughal Middle School, Brittany Williams
Outdoor Classroom
Clearview Elementary, Jeremy Lesser
Donegan Outdoor Classroom
Donegan Elementary School, Tiffany Anderson
Music, Movement and Mindfulness
Donegan Elementary School, Laurie Latham
Empowering Students to Write & Record Original Songs
East Hills Middle School, Keith Quelet
Evolving Artistic Choices
Fountain Hill Elementary, Rachel Lynn
Biotechnology Application with MiniOne Systems
Freedom High School, Corinne Salter
Career Assesment Tools
Freedom High School, Michael Dunstan
Stop Motion Animations of Chemical Reactions
Freedom High School, Carla Krieger
Portable Green Studio
Freemansburg and Calypso Elementary Schools, Mary Gruber
Breakout EDU
Hanover, Fountain Hill, Lincoln, and Marvine Elementary Schools, MaryAnn Green
Target Wellness Exploration
Liberty High School, Kimberly McHenry
Comprehensible Input in the World Language Classroom
Liberty High School, Andrea Bonnet
Biofeedback and Human Physiology
Liberty High School, Heather Walke
Unlocking Chemistry: Lab Breakout
Liberty High School, Dusty Little
Pre-Kindergarten Code-a-pillar
Marvine Elementary School, Christine Sequino
Nitschmann Middle School, Kurt Amen