One World Teacher Fellowship

Interested in driving your personalized PD to improve outcomes, expertise, and leadership?

Exceptional middle and high school teachers design, conduct, and present research-based case studies about empowering student voice and improving research and writing skills.

Teacher Fellows Receive:

  • Curriculum materials
  • Student Scholarships
  • World Bank evaluation reports
  • Honorariums

Teacher Fellows Opportunities:

  • Presentations at conferences
  • Blog to a national audience
  • Design digital resources
  • Roles in US Dept. of Ed research project (application pending)

The One World Teacher Fellowship brings together a select group of skilled and passionate teachers for personalized professional development experiences and to help them design, conduct, and present classroom case studies that showcase their expertise.

Throughout the fall, teachers come together to be guided through the design, implementation, and presentation of individualized case studies conducted while using the One World Program (OWP). Research topics can range from innovations in boosting student engagement and empowering student voice to strategizing to improve research and writing skills. Regular meetings will allow teachers to share their findings, receive expert feedback, and collaborate about best practices. During the winter, teachers will present their findings through peer to peer presentations, a report, and participation on OWEd's Symposium on Preparing College-Ready Writers panels.

Fellowship Calendar Overview

 

On Tuesday, August 15, 2017, One World Education will host an informational dinner to review details of the One World Teacher Fellowship and answer any questions you may have. Time and location will be available soon.

Please plan to join us for an informational dinner and RSVP here.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and the deadline is August 23, 2017.

If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out to our Director of Teaching & Learning, Steph Bunton, at sbunton@oneworldeducation.org.