High School Psychology Teacher Network Grants

$3,000 to support the development of local and regional networks of high school psychology teachers. Proposals to support local workshops for teachers are preferred.

Deadline: May 1, 2015

Sponsors: APF; Education Directorate

Description

The purpose of these grants is to support the development of local and regional networks of high school psychology teachers. Specifically, these grants are meant to support the development or continuation of local or regional teaching workshops or conferences for high school psychology teachers.

APF is particularly interested in proposals for professional development opportunities for teachers that could lead to the formation of a new regional network of psychology teachers. However, previous awardees may apply for a second year of funding to continue support of a local network. APF will award $3,000 in grants in 2015. These grants are made possible through the American Psychological Foundation, thanks to a generous gift from Lee Gurel, PhD.

How to Apply

Proposals should include a justification/rationale for how a specific project would build a new network of psychology teachers and enhance the teaching of high school psychology on a local basis, along with a budget outlining the expected costs associated with the network, workshop or conference.  

Send proposals to:

Maha Khalid
American Psychological Association
750 First St., NE
Washington, DC 20002-4242