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  1. Grant Writing 101 Presented by Heather C. Sheehan Office of Grants and External Funding Grants@horrycountyschools.net hsheehan@horrycountyschools.net 843-488-6568

  2. Development Cycle Identification of Need Identify Potential Funding Sources Begin Program Rewrite Proposal Submit Proposal Write Proposal

  3. Need what is what should be • The gap or discrepancy between “what is” and “what should be” • Not a demand, a wish or a want

  4. Significant? Good Idea? • Does it address an important problem? • How will student achievement be advanced? • Innovative? • Builds upon or expands knowledge base • Capable of making a difference

  5. Want to a Need • I want new computers in my classroom • I want more manipulative materials in my classroom • I want more trade books for my students to read • I want more science equipment • I want history videos so my students can see history

  6. Funding Sources—Key points to look for… • FundingPriorities • Requirements • DueDate

  7. Proposal Elements Project Design Budget Evaluation Need

  8. Project Design • Evaluation

  9. Budget Basics *Figures above include fringe

  10. How will you use the results? • How will you know the objectives have been met? • Evaluation • Formative and/or summative data • Qualitative and/or quantitative results

  11. Success • Timing • Ideas • Need • Grantsmanship • Presentation success

  12. Do’s • Read the application instructions carefully • Supply sufficient detail • Stay within the page limitations • Prepare a reviewer friendly application. • Application should be well organized and clear • Project a realistic amount of work • Show your application to a colleague who knows little or nothing about your area of research and ask them if they understand what you are proposing to do, and how and why you are proposing to do it