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AACTE is pleased to announce the 2020 recipients of the new AACTE Video Observation Technology Implementation Grant. The following AACTE member institutions will receive up to $25,000 in grant funds to implement the Edthena platform for the Spring 2021 semester:
Read the press announcement here.
We know you’ve got a lot on your plate. We’ve worked to streamline this process for you as much as possible.
To apply, you will fill out a brief application via a secure webform on the AACTE website. The questions are available in advance from the grant application page accessed via the button below.
We anticipate that the grant writing process can be completed in one hour or less. You will also need to plan to secure a letter of support from your program top-level decision maker, usually a Dean or Associate Dean.
Application Deadline: Monday, December 7, 2020
Grantee Announcement: Monday, December 14, 2020
If selected, your program will receive a grant for up to $25,000 of Edthena services during the Spring 2021 semester. There are no upfront fees to your institution if you receive the grant award. This grant is offered as a benefit to AACTE member institutions in response to Covid-19.
Deadline for submission is Monday, December 7, 2020.
If you are interested in grant programs to assist with technology implementation but are unable to apply at this time, please let us know using the form below.
[caldera_form_modal id=”CF5fa452cabba68″]Video Observation Technology Implementation Grant Interest Form[/caldera_form_modal]
Who is eligible to apply?
How much does it cost to participate in the grant?
Where do I learn more about Edthena?
Can you help us with ideas for describing an implementation for purposes of the application?
What support services will be provided during the implementation period?
Why is this grant process happening now?
What technology is required to make this work?
Who is Edthena?
Does this include access to tools for building and transferring edTPA portfolios?
Who should I contact if I have questions about how Edthena will help during the grant period?
Who should I contact if I have technical issues accessing the application?
Megan Kelley-Petersen, Director, U-ACT Program, University of Washington
Bryan Carter, Undergraduate Program Director, CityU Seattle
Meri Tenney-Muirhead, Elementary Education Managing Director, University of Michigan
Learn more about the Edthena video observation platform and how members are using the platform within their programs.
AACTE and Edthena to Offer $500,000 in Grants for Teacher Preparation Video Observations
During COVID-19 and Beyond: Utilizing Video to Support Teacher Candidates