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Grants: Ready-Set-Tech

Announcing TeachNet Ready-Set-Tech Grants
$500 for web-based curriculum projects!

New deadline coming soon.

About the Program
This grant seeks to support teachers in developing and disseminating exemplary web-based curriculum units they have already taught in their classrooms.  We are looking for curriculum units that integrate the Internet and involve students with technology tools in a meaningful and authentic context.  Grant award-winning projects will be published on our premier education site, http://teachersnetwork.org, and will be entered into our database of curriculum units.

Teachers Network is an education non-profit organization that identifies and connects innovative teachers who exemplify professionalism, independence, and creativity within the public schools.  Teachers Network provides grants and networking opportunities for teachers in the areas of curriculum, leadership, policy, and new media.

To see examples of last year's winning Ready-Set-Tech projects, visit our winners page at: http://teachersnetwork.org/readysettech.

Eligibility

  • Applicants must be New York City Department of Education teachers working with students in grades K-12.

  • Teachers involved in this project will each submit a curriculum unit comprised of the following major elements:

    • One original and innovative unit of study comprising four lessons with related learning objectives united by a common theme

    • Use of multimedia and the Internet as integral to the content

    • Assessment strategies to evaluate how student learning has matched the stated objectives

    • All materials free of copyright constraints

    • Copies or photos of student work relating to this unit, if available

How to Apply
Complete our online application at http://teachersnetwork.org/grants/grants_readysettech.cfm. Be sure to save a copy of the confirmation page for your own records. You must submit your completed unit to Teachers Network and successful applicants will be notified.  Please send materials either in a Microsoft Word document, or send a web link if the unit is already online. Send all documents to:
sscragg@teachersnetwork.org. Please make sure to include the links to all web resources.) Mailed submissions will not be accepted.

Obligations
Grant winners will work with our consultants and editors to revise and refine their projects for publication.  They will also complete a brief project profile and provide a digital photo and personal bio to be used for publication on our web site.

Additional Information
Questions regarding the grant should be directed to:
Sandy Scragg, TeachNet Consultant, at sscragg@teachersnetwork.org
Peter A. Paul, Director of Programs, at ppaul@teachersnetwork.org

 

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