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Seminole Elementary School

Miami, FL

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Brody Middle School

Des Moines, IA

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Coquille Valley Elementary School

Coquille, OR


Vintage Math & Science Magnet School

North Hills, CA

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Browning Road Elementary School

McFarland, CA

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Monroe County Middle School

Tompkinsville, KY

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Rustic Lane Elementary School

Riverside, CA

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Lakeside, CA

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Montrose Elementary School

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Be innovative or unconventional. Handbag Dark brown brown TOSCA Dark Handbag BLU TOSCA BLU Handbag Dark TOSCA TOSCA BLU brown  Idea is widely used in US schools brown brown TOSCA brown TOSCA BLU BLU Dark Handbag Dark Handbag Handbag Dark BLU TOSCA TOSCA Dark TOSCA TOSCA Dark Dark brown brown TOSCA BLU BLU TOSCA Handbag BLU Handbag brown Handbag Idea is not commonly used in US schools  Handbag brown brown Handbag TOSCA TOSCA BLU BLU Dark Dark Dark BLU brown TOSCA TOSCA Handbag Idea is creative and not commonly used in US schools  Idea is creative, unconventional, and exciting 
Propose an idea that ignites a student generation of storytellers - addressing academic achievement or a community/social justice issue  Idea affects the classroom environment but is not directly tied to an identified student need, students’ voices or community/social justice  Idea is meeting a teacher-identified student need but isn’t directly connected to amplifying students’ voices, reaching learning goals or community/social justice Idea is inspired by teacher-identified student needs, amplifies students’ voices, and will help them reach learning goals or community social justice initiatives in an active environment   Idea is developed in collaboration with students to address their needs and will help students to stay motivated, believe in themselves, and reach learning or community/social justice goals in an active learning environment
Connect the art of storytelling with use of multimedia  Idea is connected to one of these areas generally Idea is connected to storytelling and use of multimedia  Idea connects multimedia to a specific plan for storytelling   Idea compellingly connects multimedia to a specific plan for storytelling 
Be easily replicated in classrooms across the country  Idea could be replicated only in very specific school settings (e.g. “middle schools with a river nearby”) Idea could be replicated by other teachers in one specific content area and grade level (e.g. 9th grade Algebra)  Idea could be replicated by other teachers in same grade range or broad content area (e.g. 6-8th grade, math)   While also innovative, idea could be replicated by any teacher nationwide and be easily adapted for multiple grade levels 


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