Funding Final Reports

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All individuals and school teams who receive grants or scholarships provided by the LCEEQ are required to submit a record of their experience or accomplishment. These project reports and summaries not only document what has been achieved in each of the programs sponsored by the LCEEQ but also provide an opportunity for sharing knowledge and resources within the English educational community.

The John Killingbeck Teacher/Administrator Scholarship Program recipients are required to submit a video-clip summarizing the study-visit in a 5-10 minute presentation/interview. The content of the clip addresses the following three questions:

  • What was the focus/reason for this study-visit?
  • What did you learn as a result of this study-visit?
  • How do you intend to implement what you have learned in your school / centre?

Take a look at the John Killingbeck Video Clips below

The Professional Development and Innovation Grants (PDIG) Final Reports are written reports; take a look to learn from what has been done, but also dive in to know what is expected when it comes time for you to submit your Final Report.

PDIG project teams are also required to submit any associated resources, materials, or videos that were created during the project. LCEEQ makes these available to the community;  browse the PD Library to see what has been shared - search by level or subject to help focus your search.