Grants It’s all about the story
Tell a story • Write a white paper • For each grant sell them what THEY want • Pay attention to form and formatting • Look for the next as this one goes out the door.
Grants may be wrong for you • Pay close attention to what they want to do • Talk to granters
The project • Nature • Goals • Timetable • Outcomes • Assessments • Needs
Budget • Keep it clean • Be honest • Look at what the organization is putting in (time, place, equipment) • This shows you understand the challenge of the grant.
Your process • Consider some directions • Look for available grants • Use your research to iteratively affect your search
http://www.technologygrantnews.com/grant-index-by-type/k-12-grants.htmlhttp://www.technologygrantnews.com/grant-index-by-type/k-12-grants.html • http://www.mmischools.com/Categories/CategoryIndex.aspx?CategoryID=81 • http://techlearning.com/resources/grants.php • http://thejournal.com/the/learningcenters/center/?msid=12 • http://thejournal.com/the/topics/funding/