Flanagan Innovation in Mathematics Education Grant
The Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics is offering Virginia mathematics educators a one-year grant worth up to $5000. This grant is designed to support educators who wish to create a meaningful, innovative project that enhances some aspect of the K-12 mathematics curriculum.
Dr. Stuart Flanagan, Professor Emeritus at the College of William and Mary and first president of the Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics, has generously provided funds for the grant. A life-long educator, Dr. Flanagan recognizes the importance of teacher-designed projects that meet the needs of their own students. This grant allows a teacher, or team of teachers, to design and create student-centered units, lessons, activities, etc. that utilize resources not usually available to classroom teachers.
VCTM is proud to offer and administer this award. One grant will be awarded annually in an amount up to $5000 to a proposal that meets the selection criteria. Proposals should reflect creative, meaningful ideas to enhance the teaching and learning of mathematics. The goal of the Flanagan Innovation in Mathematics Education Grant is to make a positive difference in student achievement and motivation toward mathematics.
Priority consideration will be given to clear and logical proposals which:
Grant application must be received no later than November 4, 2017.
Award decisions will be made by February 1, 2018, and the grant recipient(s) will be revealed at the 2018 VCTM Conference.
The primary applicant must be a current member of VCTM (as of October 1, 2017).