NGRESA Awarded Grants for Endorsements and GaTAPP
NGRESA has been awarded three grants totaling $732,845 dollars from the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) for Teacher and Leader Support and Development over the next two years. The GaDOE Teacher and Leader Support and Development Grants will support Georgia educator recruitment initiatives for endorsements and GaTAPP across the state. At NGRESA, the grants will fund for eligible candidates the cost of tuition for offered endorsements, as well as book vouchers. For GaTAPP, partial tuition scholarships will be funded for eligible candidates.
Grants awarded include the Georgia Teacher Endorsement Grant, the Georgia Teacher Leader Endorsement Grant, and the GaTAPP Grant.
Eligible endorsements offered for FY23 include the following: Coaching Endorsement, Dyslexia Endorsement, ESOL Endorsement, Gifted Endorsement, Online Teaching Endorsement, and Reading Endorsement. Candidates committed to completing these endorsements to enhance their teaching expertise are encouraged to register. Priority enrollment and grant awards will be given to applicants from NGRESA partner districts: Cherokee, Gilmer, Murray, Pickens, and Whitfield. Those outside NGRESA should check with their RESA for availability of funds. For registration information, please visit our website: https://www.ngresa.org/index.php/professional-learning/endorsements
Enrollment for NGRESA GaTAPP is on-going, and those potential candidates hired by partner districts who need to complete this program should apply. Please visit our website for more information: https://www.ngresa.org/index.php/professional-learning/gatapp
THIS SESSION HAS BEEN CANCELED
Led by: Paul McClain, Fine Arts Specialist, GaDOE
AM Session: Boot Camp and Dramatic Writing Instruction
Join Theatre Specialist Paul McClain to learn about the GA DOE Theatre & Film Instructional Resources, professional learning, and grant opportunities available to all Georgia Arts teachers. Resources include curriculum maps, unit plans, example lesson plans, instructional videos, and assessments. We will walk through these resources with the new HS Dramatic Writing I course as our example.
PM Session: Reading Shakespeare with the Whole Body
Examine how verse text connects to the breath and body. Explore strategies to help students fully engage when reading classical texts aloud.
Target Audience: High School Theatre and ELA Teachers
|Event Date||10-05-2022 9:00 am|
|Event End Date||10-05-2022 3:00 pm|
|Location||North Georgia RESA|
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