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New classroom supplies? 12 Steps to Winning Classroom Grants coaches PK-12 teachers to write a grant step-by-step. Unpack grant terminology, the components of a grant application, and where to find funding. These practical tips and strategies will help you secure funding for your classroom!
Differentiate between a lesson plan and grant application
Illustrate the major components of the grant lifecycle and grant writing process
Evaluate sample winning classroom grants
Write a winning classroom grant
This course is designed for educators interested in grant writing.
Project SMART immerses elementary students in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) that empower students to be innovators and problem-solvers all while having fun! Students uncover how to create SMARTer communities through coding, creativity, and collaboration.
Students will learn:
What are SMART Cities?
How are science, technology, and math utilized in SMART Cities?
How to identify community issues and create solutions to address them?
How to write basic computer code to present solutions and products?
This program is designed for students in grades 3rd-5th.
Excellent job! Great balance between providing information and allowing opportunities for the participants to practice activities.
My kids really loved the pressure experiment with the coke soda.
I loved the set up, the knowledge that we got and hands-on activities and being part of the collaboration to help us understand what we need to do as a school .
The presenter showed us the difference between science literacy and literacy in science. Knowing how these two terms are different allows teachers to think about how I to integrate science literacy more into lesson plans.
Educator - February 2018
Science Driven Interactive Writing
Parent - March 2015
Blasting Off with Science event
STEM Coach - May 2017
STEM & Problem-Based Learning
Administrator - March 2014
Science Literacy and Composition