Indiana University Bloomington School of Education

Our 2013-14 Jacobs Educator Steve Auslander was selected to be a PBS Digital Innovator!

He was among 100 innovators selected across the country.

Congratulations to Steve!

Find more details here:

Here’s a link about the PBS program:

http://www.pbslearningmedia.org/collection/digitalinnovators/

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2013-14 Jacobs Educator Steve Auslander shares one of his students’ work.

Using RSA Animate Videos his student created a clip on the Revolutionary War!

Watch the video below:

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Ready to Flip? Join our Jacobs Educators Troy & Steve!

March 2, 2014

Look at what two of our most recent Jacobs Educators have been up to! Troy Cockrum interviews Steven Auslander. Watch Troy’s podcast in the Flipped Learning Network!

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Don’t Miss This Opportunity!

June 14, 2013

If you are a technology using educator who uses inquiry with your students, please consider applying for the Jacobs Educator Award Program. You have until July 15 August 1 to apply for our award program. If you are one of the five Pre-K-12 educators selected, you will receive a $1500 stipend and $1000 for technology in […]

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Congratulations 2012-2013 Jacobs Educators

September 11, 2012

Congratulations to the 2012-2013 Jacobs Educators! The following K-12 teachers are being recognized for using technology to support innovative inquiry-based teaching and learning activities in their classrooms. Caroline Haebig Adlai E. Stevenson High School, Lincolnshire, IL Ross Cooper Willow Lane Elementary School, Macungie, PA Michael Hernandez Mira Costa High School, Manhattan Beach, CA Michelle Yoder Avilla Elementary School, […]

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Jacobs Educator Application Deadline Extended

July 12, 2012

If you are a K-12 teacher interested in applying for the Jacobs Educator Award Program, we have some great news for you! We have decided to extend this year’s deadline until August 1, 2012. You still have over two weeks to apply to become a Jacobs Educator. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to apply […]

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Auburn High School Teacher Wins Technology Award

March 19, 2012
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Students in Dr. Cory Callahan’s history classes may learn about the Stone Age, but their classroom technology comes from a modern era. Callahan uses so much technology in his lessons that he has been named one of five Jacobs Teacher Educators by the Indiana University School of Education, according to a news release. According to […]

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First Class of Jacobs Teacher Educators to be Honored as part of Saturday’s Teacher and Educator Day

March 19, 2012
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BLOOMINGTON, Ind.–The Indiana University School of Education has selected its first group of Jacobs Teacher Educators from Indiana and across the country to be honored this Saturday (Oct. 1) on Teacher and Educator Day in Bloomington. The Jacobs Teacher Educator Award is designed to promote excellence in the use of technology in classroom teaching. The […]

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New Praire Teacher Honored

March 19, 2012
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NEW CARLISLE — A study in the quality of well water across the habitat of New Prairie High School students taught the children some surprising things about the water they drink. It also propelled their teacher, John Gensic, to one of five national winning spots for the Jacobs Educator Award from the Indiana University School […]

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New Jacobs Teacher Educator Award to promote best teaching with technology

March 19, 2012
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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. –The Indiana University School of Education is accepting applications for the Jacobs Teacher Educator Award, a new, privately funded program designed to recognize teachers who best use technology in the classroom to facilitate learning. The program is made possible by a $1 million gift from the late Barbara B. Jacobs, who established the […]

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