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Monday, February 26 • 10:45am - 11:45am
Encouraging Innovation with a Mini-Grant Format

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Transforming learning spaces is expensive! Changing space also requires some experimentation. To encourage teachers to take risks and consider changing the learning environment, I developed a mini grant process for teachers by using Google Docs. I reserved a portion of the budget to allow teachers to request items for their classrooms that promote innovation and creative problem solving. The mini grant requires research that supports the items and a written reflection on the changes to provide feedback for other teachers. Teachers are challenged that more money is available if teachers cut the budget in other ways such as through the use of paper, mailings and other traditional supplies. As a result, teachers are experimenting with a variety of classroom tools that will guide our transformation in learning.


Monday February 26, 2018 10:45am - 11:45am CST
Schaumburg Threshold B