Jacobs Educators - Teacher Award Program (Plz RT)

Matthew sent me the following email, so I thought I'd share it and the information about this Teacher Award Program! Please pass it on to folks are may be interested.

Hi Miguel,
I know you don't know me, but I have been following your blog for a few year and I thought you might be interested in this information.
I am writing to let you know about an exciting opportunity available for teachers. I am assisting with an award program at IU that is looking for exemplary teachers. See below for more info: 
The Jacobs Educator Award is supported by the Barbara B. Jacobs Chair in Education and Technology to recognize K-12 teachers across the United States who are using technology to support innovative inquiry-based teaching and learning activities in their classrooms. Each year a small group of exceptional K-12 teachers are selected who are at the cutting edge of integrating digital technologies into their instruction. 
Each selected Jacobs Educator will receive:
  • $1500 stipend at the end of their one-year appointment,
  • $1000 to be used to purchase technology resources to support their teaching, 
  • Funds to support travel to Indiana University in order to participate in periodic events throughout the year.
More information is available at:
WEB: http://education.indiana.edu/jacobsFACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/jacobseducators 
I was wondering if you could help distribute this through your contacts. I attached a PDF announcement. It is a really great opportunity for teachers! 
Thank you,
Matthew Callison
Graduate Assistant, Jacobs Educator Award ProgramIndiana University School of Education
201 N. Rose Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47405

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