Let’s get innovation back on track
Written by David Johnson – Cohort 1
WW Teaching Fellows Take Charge in Indiana Classrooms - Featuring Jarred Corwin, UIndy Cohort I Graduate. Read more...
Woodrow Wilson STEM Fellowship Strives to Change Teacher Training
Our View: These teachers bolster math and science ed
Indiana Update, The Woodrow Wilson Foundation - April 2012
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UIndy teacher-prep program 'ahead of the curve'
New teachers face stumbling blocks
Stumbling blocks remain for newly minted teachers, career-switchers.
National Fellowship brings change
Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation program brings change, one state at a time.
Follow a teaching fellow's blog - by Keith Manring
A veteran journalist's path to becoming a teacher. Read more...
Congratulations on 100% job placement for Cohort 1, 2009-2010, Cohort 2, 2010-2011, and Cohort 3, 2011-2012
Congratulations to David Johnson for winning the December 'You Make a Difference' award at Lynhurst 7th and 8th Grade Center
Congratulations to Hwa Tsu for being selected as North Central High School's 2010-2011 First Year Teacher of the Year
Congratulations to Melvin Bridges, Amanda Eades and David Johnson for being selected to present break-out seminars at the 2nd National Convening of Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellows in July, 2012.
Congratulations to Laura Cummings, Keith Manring, and Tammy Vermillion for serving as the Indiana Fellows' Program Panel at the 2nd National Convening of the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellows in July, 2012.
Marsha Zimmerman and Ashley Westra, both cohort 1 fellows, have been selected for 2 of the 3 areas out of the 244 science teachers chosen as Fellows in the 2012-2013 NSTA New Science Teacher Academy are from Indiana. Marsha was chosen for the Dow-NSTA Fellow and Ashley was chosen for the Honda-NSTA Fellow.
Fellow Jacob Goodman was highlighted for his work with Ben Davis University High School students who constructed a solar cooker as part of their PBL unit.
UIndy Fellow composes and performs a song in celebration of Pi Day