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LEAP Action Grant Projects & Recipients

2020 Projects & Recipients

  • From Community Garden to Environmental Science Lab– Gary Adcox and Susan Brantley (Oconee campus)
  • Gamifying Global Issues: Integrating Experiential Learning by Simulating International Relations– Dwight Wilson and Bibek Chand (Gainesville campus)
  • Incorporating Culturally Relevant Practices and Symposium to a Pre-Service Teacher Training Course– Kimberly Davidson and Sarah Williams (Gainesville campus)
  • Journal-to-Journalism: A Collaborative Application of Scientific Consumption in the Court of Public Opinion– Ralph Hale and Valerie Surrett (Gainesville campus)
  • Implementing Structured Academic Controversy in Children’s Literature and Language Arts– Danielle Hartsfield (Dahlonega campus)
  • Assessing Students’ Reading using Coding Apps– Annmarie Jackson (Gainesville campus)
  • eCoaching in Teacher Education: Immediate Feedback in Action– Jennifer Jones, Tiffany Watson, Nicole Maxwell and Danielle Hilaski (Cumming campus)
  • Making Audio/Visual Listening Guides in Music Appreciation– Esther Morgan-Ellis (Dahlonega campus)
  • Estimating Carbon Storage in Standing Trees: A LEAP-Based Approach– Alex Olvido (Oconee campus)
  • Tumbling Creek Hiking Concert– David Peoples (Gainesville campus)
  • Course Proposal for Nationally Competitive Scholarships Bootcamp– Kathryn Quinto Garcia (Gainesville campus)
  • Presentation Skill Evaluation and Self-Directed Improvement for Business Students in Professional Development Program – April Ross (Dahlonega campus)

2019 Projects & Recipients

  • Bodies of Water exhibition at The Bakery Atlanta – by Heather Foster
  • The Progressions Documents: The Beginning of Pedagogical Literacy in Mathematics – by Marnie Phipps, Patty Wagner, Sherry Hix, and Tom Cooper
  • LEAPing into Content Literacy: A Laboratory Approach – by Danielle Hilaski, Nicole Maxwell, and Jennie Jones
  • From Students to Advocates: Building HIV/AIDS Awareness through Engagement Beyond the Classroom – by Michallene McDaniel
  • The Politics of the American Civil War through Film: A LEAP-Based Interdisciplinary Learning Community – by Dan Cabaniss and Lance Bardsley
  • Explore and Learn Human Health on “UNG Public Health Awareness Day” – by Jo Qian
  • Active Citizenship Learning Community – Lindsay Bailey, Laura Ng, and Shane Toepfer

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