Dr. Paul Laurey, of the Bay School of San Francisco, won for a project involving reasoning skill development. He has created specific working-memory and executive function exercises. He feels these …

Recent Winners

2018 Fellowship winners: Frank Manjang of Zaria Academy (Nigeria) won for a writing project. His idea, “Questioning the Question,” helps students with paragraph structure and logic by helping them contextualize–and …

Dr Paul Laurey, of the Bay School of San Francisco, won for an innovation involving reasoning skill development. Dr. Laurey has created specific working-memory and executive function exercises. The exercises …

Amy Scheer’s Fellowship was for an interdisciplinary project involving integrating the geometry and algebra II curricula. She created a five trimester program that merges these disciplines and leads to some …

2017 winners

NOTE:  Starting in 2018 Lycée Municipal de Tanda (Ivory Coast) is added; teachers from the four schools may apply for Summer Fellowships. 2017 Aderanti Adedeji, of Zaria Academy, Shika, Nigeria, …

Dr. Paul Laurey won for a project involving reasoning intelligence and reasoning skills. He has created a series of reasoning-ability and executive function exercises, for students at the San Francisco …

Mimma-Marie Cammarata, Michelle Llewellyn and Sharon Galt have won the Fellowship for their interdisciplinary approach to foreign language teaching. Students study the foreign language through art (mainly paintings), and they …

2012 Fellowship Winners

Mimma-Marie Cammarata, Sharon Galt and Michelle Llewellyn won for their joint project Art and War: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching World Languages. Students learn their modern foreign language (French, Italian, …

News 2013

John Kendall, of Rutgers Preparatory School, Somerset, NJ, won our Summer Fellowship for an innovative attempt to pare down the flood of technology in the classroom. He has selected a …