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MAKINO FOUNDATION AWARD for

Teaching Excellence

History and Application Form


The Makino Foundation Award for Teaching Excellence was established in 1993 by Shigeki Makino, a 1983 graduate of University Laboratory High School, to recognize and encourage excellence in teaching at University Laboratory High School. It is the hope of the Makino Foundation that the award will help the school support its high- quality teachers and maintain the marvelous educational environment that has been a University Laboratory High School hallmark.
The Award for Teaching Excellence will be given in the form of supplemental budgetary support, awarded on the basis of competitive application using the following general guidelines:
1. All faculty and counselors are eligible to apply for one award each year. Precedence will be given to those who did not receive a Makino award for the 2013-2014 school year.
2. Applications are to be made for special projects, travel, or programs that reflect the laboratory mission of University Laboratory High School. Specifically, these projects should fall under the umbrella of either a) curriculum development and outreach activities, or b) research and publication activities. These projects may be new or already in progress.


  1. Award monies can be spent at the discretion of the teacher for teaching materials or travel. No money will be given directly to the award recipient in the form of salary or wages.

Awards recommendations to the Curriculum Committee will be made by a review panel composed of members of the Student Faculty Advisory Committee and outside subject experts as needed. Members of the Committee for this year are: Chris Butler, Rachel Green, Dr. Karl Radnitzer, Rachel Tyson, Athena Feng, Ella Roth, Elizabeth Singer, Tina Wayne, and Donna Xia. Committee members may apply during the year they serve, but they must be excluded from discussions and votes pertaining to their proposals. Applications from current awardees will be placed at the bottom of the applicant pool to be considered. After award monies have been expended, awardees will be asked to report progress on their projects based on the timeline submitted with their application. If an awardee leaves Uni for the year of the award, that award will be reallocated. A final progress report will be due by the last day of classes for the year for which the award was made.


For up to $1,500 grant applications or less (larger amounts may be requested) for these awards. Applications for the award are due to SFAC (Dr. Karl Radnitzer) from the beginning of the school year until April 30th.

MAKINO FOUNDATION AWARD for



Teaching Excellence

Application Form

NAME



Title of project or one sentence description of purpose:


Project Narrative (if additional space is needed, you may attach an additional page):


How does this project aid your teaching at University Laboratory High School? What is its long-term application and significance?


How much money are you applying for?


What would be the minimum amount of assistance that could provide you with a reasonable start-up for your program or project with students?



What is the projected time frame of this program or project?


If this is a request for a continuation of a previously funded Makino Foundation Award project, please describe the progress of that work and how it relates to the current request.


Executive Teacher Signature



For up to $1,500 grant applications or less (larger amounts may be requested) for these awards. Applications for the award are due to SFAC (Dr. Karl Radnitzer) from the beginning of the school year until April 30th.


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