Nomination period is now open until March 2nd, 2018.
Write a letter that clearly describes the teacher’s impact on students through excellent teaching. As you tell the teacher’s story, share specific, detailed examples of how the teacher inspires students to learn. What qualities and experiences make this teacher’s impact on students stand out from other excellent teachers? Tell the teacher’s story. Up to four teachers will be awarded $15,000 each.Have you nominated someone in the past who was not selected as a recipient? Please feel free to nominate that teacher again!
• Evidence of sustained inspiration to students.• Evidence of sustained teaching excellence.• Ten (10) or more years of classroom teaching and currently teaching in a public or private school in Duval County.• Academic coaches, media specialists, and guidance counselors are not eligible.• Teachers may not nominate themselves; however parents, students, teachers, administrators, community members and others are able to nominate.• Organized campaigns may disqualify a nominee (Per Mr. Berg’s request.)• Four (4) letters or less per nominee will be considered.
• Submit a maximum of four (4) letters per nominee. Click for a sample letter. (Recent winners have had 2-4 nomination letters.)• Consider including student comments or student-written letters.• Consider including parent letters. If parents are reluctant to write a letter, they may be willing to be interviewed and have their comments recorded. Click for a sample interview transcript.• Remember to incorporate details and specific examples to tell your nominee's story.
You may e-mail letters to GladysPriorAwards.email@example.com or FAX (904) 620-2522, Or send via US Mail:Gladys Prior Selection CommitteeCollege of Education and Human ServicesUniversity of North Florida1 UNF DriveJacksonville, FL 32224
For further information, contact Dr. Anne Swanson at firstname.lastname@example.org
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