Win $1000 with the Teacher Grant Program

The Teacher Grant provides one monthly $1000 grant to teachers who creatively and effectively incorporate's online video lessons into their curriculum to improve student engagement and comprehension.

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Note: Effective 2/1/13 is not accepting submissions for this grant program at this time.

About the Grant has a growing library of 700+ video lessons and quizzes. Our lessons are created by subject matter experts and professional educators and are available for teachers to use as a supplemental classroom resource. Teachers use the videos to increase student engagement, differentiate instruction, and reinforce concepts. The Teacher Grant is designed to identify innovative and creative ways that these lessons can be incorporated into a course curriculum. Click here to apply.

How It Works

One monthly $1000-grant will be awarded for the incorporation of video lessons in a classroom or online learning environment.

  1. Apply: Submit a brief proposal detailing how you plan to use's lessons in your classroom.
  2. Use the Lesson: Once your proposal is selected, you have one month to use the lesson(s) specified in the classroom.
  3. Provide Feedback: Complete a questionnaire from that answers questions about how the lesson was received by students.

Who Is Eligible?

  • public and private school teachers in grades PreK-12;
  • public and private school education support professionals, or;
  • faculty and staff at higher education institutions.

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How Do I Apply?

Submit a proposal of 500 words or fewer describing how you would incorporate's video lessons into your curriculum. Your proposal should include the following:

  • which video(s) you plan to include (see the full list of video lessons)
  • your goals for the lesson(s) that feature the videos
  • the learning level of your students
  • challenges you've experienced teaching this topic(s) before and why you think these videos will help

Click here to apply!

Selection Criteria will select one grant recipient per month. Selection criteria includes:

  • Lesson is well thought-out with clear objectives.
  • Lesson incorporates videos in a creative and relevant way.
  • Lesson is conducive to collegial sharing.

Requirements for receiving grant money

Winners will not receive grant money until after they have completed a questionnaire evaluating their experience with lessons in the classroom and delivered a detailed lesson plan. After notification that their proposal has been selected, winners will have one month to utilize's lessons in their classroom instruction and provide a detailed lesson plan and completed feedback survey.

Rules and Regulations

  • Winners agree to allow to use their name, application information and survey answers in promotional materials for
  • Limit one grant per instructor
  • Read full terms and conditions here

Click here to apply for a Teacher Grant.

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