CUELA is proud to announce the John Rivera Technology Mini-Grant to support CUELA members interested in developing inspiring and innovative applications of technology in the classroom based on the California Common Core Standards. John Rivera, former CUELA Board President and innovative educator, modeled effective teaching practices in the use of technology in the classroom. He passed away suddenly last year. The CUELA Technology Mini Grant Award was John's idea to help promote the use of technology in the classroom and to assist innovative classroom teachers acquire technology for use in their classrooms. Grant winners will be announced at CUELA Palooza on January 12th. If selected, grant winners should be present at CUELA Palooza to receive their award and will provide CUELA with a summary of successful outcomes based on their objectives and present at the CUELA TechFair 2020 (Date TBA). CUELA may post winning projects on our Web page or in promotional materials. As dwindling funds and looming budget cuts reach many classrooms, CUELA offers mini-grants to support innovative ideas in the diverse communities of Los Angeles. Named for John Rivera, former CUELA Board President and innovative educator, this grant is offered for the propose the integrating emerging and innovative technologies in meaningful ways to enhance student learning.
Requirements: Integrate CCSS and technology into the curriculum
Qualification: CURRENT CUELA Member
Award Amount: $250-$1000.00, depending on grant proposal