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Funding Your Technology Dreams

Funding Your Technology Dreams
National Science Foundation Guidebook on Evaluation -- This guide book provides information on topics including: reasons for conducting evaluations, types of evaluations, evaluation steps/process, evaluation questions and measurable objectives, quantitive and qualitative data collection, and culturally responsive evaluation. 20 OWL -Purdue University- Online Writing Lab -- This resource provides general guidelines for grant writing in general and in the scientific disciplines. AAUW Educational Foundation Fellowships and Grants -- Community Action Grants provide seed money to individual women, AAUW branches and AAUW state organizations, as well as local community-based nonprofit organizations for innovative programs or non-degree research projects that promote education and equity for women and girls. Alfred P. Corning Inc. Related:  Grant WritingGrants

The Big List of Educational Grants and Resources Grants NEW! Take Your Family to School Week Grants from PTA Deadline: November 17, 2017 Does your local PTA organization need funding for a community event during Take Your Family to School Week? The PTA, in partnership with Chromebook and Chrysler, is offering grants to 55 local PTA organizations. Grants are available to support events in three categories: Health and Safety, Literacy, and Digital Learning. More information about the grants and program types is available online. Whole Kids Foundation Student Garden Grants Deadline: November 15, 2017 Want to jump start or launch a new school garden? Toshiba 6-12 EdTech Grants Deadline: Rolling Do you have a plan to make science and math learning for engaging for students? DiscoverE Collaboration Grants Overview Deadline: Ongoing Need funding for an engineering outreach program? Pets in the Classroom Grants Deadline: Rolling Looking for financial support for a classroom pet? MORE: Get information on how to find grants. Contests and Awards

Community Giving University of Minnesota 1st Tuesday 2013 3Mgives 3Mgives is the home for our Strategic Philanthropy and Global Community Engagement. We wrap-up our 60th anniversary with a video that celebrates the spirit of who we are and what we do . . . 3Mgives. Sparticl – Try It! 3M is pleased to announce Sparticl – a free, online science website designed with and for teens meeting them where they are – on line. Want to know more about nanotechnology? Designed with teens in mind, we invite people of all ages to visit Sparticl and share it with friends. 3M is pleased to partner with TPT - Twin Cities Public Television – to make this resource available to people of all ages but especially for the next generation of innovators. Introducing 3Mgives Introducing 3Mgives – the new name that encompasses all 3M/3M Foundation giving, product donations and volunteerism around the globe. Kim Price, Vice President, 3Mgives

Funding Digital Learning - Office of Educational Technology Fundamental Questions As states and districts update technology resources, it may seem that the needs overwhelm resources. Before major technology purchases, leaders will want to consider an approach and define a goal that makes sense for the particular region. Some questions to consider include: What resources are presently available in schools, and how are they distributed? (For example, are there two computers in every classroom or a dedicated physical computer lab? Innovative Planning To provide the best access to students and educators, leading states and districts think comprehensively about all funding and support. Leveraging economies of scale: At both the multi-district and multi-state levels, school systems can negotiate more favorable rates with vendors by collaborating with others seeking similar devices/services. Aligning Strategy and Policy Do any existing laws or regulations need to change in order to reach the goals? Budgeting and Managing Funds Federal funds The U.S.

Educational Funding and Awards AAUW has a long and distinguished history of advancing educational and professional opportunities for women in the United States and around the globe. One of the world’s largest sources of funding for graduate women, AAUW is providing more than $3.7 million in funding for more than 245 fellowships and grants to outstanding women and nonprofit organizations in the 2013–14 academic year. Due to the longstanding, generous contributions of AAUW members, a broader community of women continues to gain access to educational and economic opportunities — breaking through barriers so that all women have a fair chance. Fellowship and grant recipients perform research in a wide range of disciplines and work to improve their schools and communities. Learn more about each of AAUW’s six fellowships and grants and our alumnae: Directory of Fellows and Grantees Search this directory to learn about the exemplary work of AAUW fellows and grantees. Alumnae Selection Panels

CenturyLink Teachers and Technology Grant Program CenturyLink Teachers and Technology Grant Program The Utah State Office of Education (USOE) is administering the CenturyLink Teachers and Technology grants for the state of Utah. This program will award a total of $55,000.00 to support preK-12 grants that demonstrate innovative uses of technology in the classroom. This program is funded by the CenturyLink Clarke M. Williams Foundation. The grant’s purpose is to help support, at the classroom level, those teachers integrating technology into their daily curriculum and to help expand or enhance their students’ learning experiences using technology. Any full time classroom teacher in a Utah public or private school in a CenturyLink service area is eligible to submit for a grant award. Funds are awarded to the teacher at the classroom level. A panel representing the USOE and CenturyLink will meet in February 2015 to determine which applications will be funded. The application deadline for this grant is January 2, 2015. Related posts:

Grants — TeachersCount General Grants Save on Energy Teacher Grant Interested in winning $500 for your classroom? Deadline: 5 p.m. The American Turkish Society Curriculum Development Grants Curriculum Development Grants in the amounts of $250-$2,500, are made available by The American Turkish Society, a NY-based not for profit dedicated to enhancing ties between Turkey and the United States. K-12 School Grants The K-12 school grants website provides teachers with the latest updates and information on grants. Pets in the Classroom The Pet Care Trust is sponsoring the “Pets in the Classroom” program that provides educators with funds to purchase and maintain classroom pets. DonorsChoose DonorsChoose enables teachers to post resource needs and it allows donors to browse and grant requests.Deadline: N/A Academic Enrichment Grants The McCarthey Dressman Education Foundation offers Academic Enrichment Grants designed to develop in-class and extra-curricular programs that improve student learning. Fund for Teachers Music

Ready To Learn Television Ready to Learn Television CPB/PBS Release Summary Research Report The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) and PBS have released a report entitled "Findings from Ready to Learn 2005-2010" that summarizes the results of independent research conducted under grant funding from the Ready to Learn Television program. Disclaimer Press Release Announcing 2010 Awards List of Highly Rated Applications to the 2010 competition. MS Excel). CFDA Number: 84.295Program Type: Cooperative Agreements, Discretionary/Competitive GrantsAlso Known As: Ready-to-Learn TV Ready to Learn Television supports the development of educational television and digital media targeted at preschool and early elementary school children and their families.

7 Ways To Get Funding And Grants For Technology In Your Classroom — Positive Learning As past educators, we know how tedious it can be to search and apply for grants and funding for your classroom. Fortunately, there are a bunch of ways to get gadgets into your classroom with out actually taking money out of your own pocket. We decided to make it a little bit easier by showing you some opportunities that you can take advantage of. Here are 7 ways to receive funding for technology in your classroom! 1. Technology Donors Program – Technology Donors Program matches teachers with prospective donors. Website: 2. Website: 3. Email: Website: 4. Email: Website: 5. Website: 6. Email: Website: 7. Website: Email: Website:

The Big List of Educational Grants and Resources Grants NEW! Fund for Teachers Grants for Self-Designed Professional Development Deadline: Applications open October 1; close January 31, 2016 Each year, Fund for Teachers offers summer fellowship grants for preK-12 teachers. These awards enable educators to develop self-directed professional learning experiences, and their odysseys take them all over the world. Farmers Insurance Thank America's Teachers Grants Deadline: September 29, 2016 Did you receive a thank-you note though the Farmers Insurance Thank America's Teacher program? Disney Summer of Service Grants Deadline: September 30, 2016 Disney Friends for Change, through Youth Service America, is offering $500 awards to young people aged 5-18 for service learning projects. Kids In Need Foundation Teacher Grants The Kids in Need Foundation, along with a variety of partner organizations, is offering a range of grants to fund creative projects in the classroom. Roots & Shoots Mini-Grant from the Jane Goodall Institute Deadline: Rolling NEW!

educational technology grants educational grant funding The “Educational Technology” Index will allow K-20 schools, after-school programs, non-profit educational organizations, colleges and universities to meet the constant challenge of providing up- to-date technological training, equipment and materials by drawing on new available resources. Expand your present offerings, or create new and challenging courses with the help of cash grants, hardware, software, computer/IT training, and staff professional development grants, as well as funding for new programs and curriculum development. The “Educational Technology” Index gathered from the most recent issues of Technology Grant News, provides a new outlook and practical resources for K-20 instructors, school superintendants and district supervisors, technology coordinators, and development/grant officers. Recent excerpts from Technology Grant News: “Securing Technology Funding: The Expanding Role of Local Education Foundations (LEFs) by Ellen Wright, School Grant Technology Consultant”

Ways to Get Technology for Your Classes Education - ConnectED - Apple Grant Information: Resources to Get You Started Updated: 01/2014 The George Lucas Educational Foundation is a nonprofit operating foundation and is not a grant-making organization. We encourage visitors seeking grants or grant information to check our resource list below. You might also consider contacting local community foundations, service organizations and businesses in your area, or your state department of education, which may provide school site-based grants in support of educational technology. And be sure to check out the webinar archive, "The Fundamentals of Funding: How to Identify, Write, and Submit Grants for School and Program Initiatives." Websites with Grant Information | Periodicals with Grant Information | Corporate and Foundation Grants | Government Grants | Technology Donation Programs Websites with Grant Information FastWeb The largest online scholarship search available, with 1.3 million scholarships representing over three billion in scholarship dollars. Email: Phone: (212) 351-7000 FastWeb, 444 N.

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