GRANTS GALORE!! Ginger Eastman ALSDE. SCHOOL GRANT TEAM 5 – 7 faculty members A good researcher/librarian, writer, English “proofer”, typist/word processor Two heads are better than one Spreads out the work load and responsibility Shows collaboration. REMEMBER!
State your need… Our students need computers.
Ask Why? Our students need Restate the Need… computers because they need to learn word processing.
Ask Why? Our students need to
Restate the Need… be able to edit and
revise their work.
Ask Why? Our students need to be Restate the Need… able to communicate clearly.
…Continue until you reach the true need.
Ask, “What problem is being solved?”
"The proposal provides a program for students involved in primary and sheltered language instruction to access the core curriculum in science. We will use technology tools including HyperStudio. Students will create projects which emphasize the use of rich visual images and the ability to structure their learning around graphic organizers by making HyperStudio presentations. This approach has been selected to provide interesting and meaningful ways for students to master core curriculum. All students receive the core and all learners will participate in their science classrooms. The project relies heavily on staff development, the training and deployment of student technology aides and parent volunteers."(Scholastic, website: http://teacher.scholastic.com/professional/grants/devstate.htm
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Scholastic Library Grant Page
The Institute of Museum and Library Services
Win a school library makeover from Acer & Intel – Ended- Winners announced April 5, 2010
A total of 4,000 public and school (K-12) libraries will be selected to receive the "A More Perfect Union" Bookshelf. Online applications were accepted September 8, 2009 through January 29, 2010. Awards will be announced in April 2010.
Books Across America
The NEA Foundation supports public school libraries serving economically disadvantaged through periodic donations of books, grants and facility improvements
Toshiba America Foundation –Math and Science Grants
Toshiba America Foundation (TAF) is currently accepting applications for grants to support innovative projects designed by math and science teachers to make their own classrooms more exciting and successful for students. Deadline – August 2, 2010
Learning & Leadership Grants: Our Learning & Leadership grants support public school teachers, public education support professionals, and/or faculty and staff in public institutions of higher education.
Improving Literacy Through School Libraries Program CFDA 84.364A
Technology and Media Services for Individuals With Disabilities CFDA 84.327A
School Leadership Grant Program CFDA 84.363A
AASL Research Grant
ABC-CLIO Leadership Grant
Innovative Reading Grant
Spectrum Scholar Travel Grant
The Libri Foundation is a nationwide non-profit organization whichdonates new, quality, hardcover children\'s booksto small, rural public libraries in the United States through itsBOOKS FOR CHILDREN program.
THE LOIS LENSKI COVEY FOUNDATION, INC.