AUBURN — The Maine Group School System has awarded six full-time and adjunct school members at Central Maine Group School a $2,500 Innovation Grant every to start out the Instructing Excellence Program.
The objective of the Maine Group School System Innovation Fund is to stimulate improvement of recent, inventive fashions for schooling supply.
The grant additionally contains some cash for venture prices.
The six school members have made a yearlong dedication to conduct particular person analysis, attend workshops and different on-campus occasions. They may also take part in a Facilitated Studying Group targeted on the e book “What the Greatest School Academics Do” by Ken Bain. They may also attend the Larger Training Evaluation Convention at New England School in Might.
The school members and their initiatives:
• Diana Drown, life sciences teacher, CliftonStrengths within the Classroom
• Matt Grinder, adjunct humanities teacher, Microaggreassions within the School Classroom
• Amanda Man, adjunct humanities teacher, Differentiated Instruction
• Rachel King, adjunct humanities teacher, Scholar Centered Studying
• Kathy McManus, nursing program chair, Supplemental Instruction
• Chris Thoma, adjunct math teacher, Mission Primarily based Studying
The six initiatives and outcomes will likely be introduced to the whole CMCC school and employees in August.