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The University of Delaware, and the Appoquinimink, Christina, Colonial, New Castle County Vo-Tech and Red Clay Consolidated
School Districts, in affiliation with the Yale National Initiative® to strengthen teaching in public schools, have established the Delaware
Teachers Institute in New Castle County. Each year, the Institute offers a limited number of fellowships for teachers to participate in
content area seminars, and to learn the Teachers Institute approach to professional development. To be considered, the eligibility
criteria below must be met. A building principal must support this application, and a district curriculum specialist must review it. NOTE: Your application will be routed to your supervisors electronically using the emails you provide in the application. You will receive an email indicating that the supervisor emails have been sent so that you know when to follow up with them to ensure they electronically approve your application. BE SURE TO DOUBLE CHECK THE SPELLING IN THE EMAIL ADDRESSES TO AVOID DELAYED APPROVALS.
Teachers who successfully complete the program and submit seminar leader approved curriculum units will receive a $1250 stipend and 50 hours of professional development toward licensure.
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Within the "essay" sections below please briefly answer the following questions. These "essays" can be just a few sentences or a list. DTI is most interested in what you hope to get out of your seminar experience, what interests you about the topics being presented and how you hope to use them in your classroom. We understand that your ideas will evolve so this is a chance to share how your DTI experience can help to support you and your students.
NOTE: THE APPLICATION CANNOT BE COMPLETED OVER MULTIPLE SESSIONS SO YOU MAY WANT TO DRAFT ANSWERS IN ANOTHER PROGRAM AND COPY AND PASTE THEM INTO THE APPLICATION BOXES.
(Mondays 5:00 – 7:00 P.M.) -
Delivery Methods Vary by Seminar - See below
The First (Unfree State) and Environmental Justice Seminars, most seminar sessions will remain on Zoom; however some sessions will include field experiences like museum visits or visits to community-based environmental justice projects based on Fellow availability.
The Evolving is Solving seminar, most sessions will be held in person, on the UD campus, to allow for hands on exploration of STEM concepts.
See the DTI Program Schedule for exact dates
Read the full proposals here: