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Teacher Professional Development Grants

Tue, Nov 28, 2017 @ 21:11 PM / by Michelle Hansen posted in education, education funds, educational opportunities, educational funding, education grants, education funding, educational grants, education grant, teacher resources, grants for teachers, teacher development grants, grants for teacher development

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One of the goals of 21st century educators is to inspire students to be lifelong learners. To accomplish that, educators themselves should be passionate about learning as well. Teacher development grants are available to help teachers develop and improve on their craft. Below are some grants that help educators educate themselves. These grants all have deadlines early next year, less than two months away, so the time is right to get started on them.

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Grants for Summer Education

Wed, Feb 22, 2017 @ 15:02 PM / by Michelle Hansen posted in education, education grants, grants for education, teacher grant, grants, teacher resources, summer school grants, grants for summer school, summer camp grants, summer education grants, grants for teachers

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A unique aspect for grants for education is that there are a lot of opportunities for individual teachers as well as for districts as a whole. In this blog, we take a look at grants for individual teachers or teams of teachers for the summer months. Additionally, we have added in one for school districts and organizations that can provide educational opportunities in the summer months.

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Grants for Technology in Schools

Wed, Nov 19, 2014 @ 17:11 PM / by Michelle Hansen posted in education, education resources, education funds, educational opportunities, grants for educational technology, ducational funding, grant notification, education grants, education funding, educational grants, STEM, technology grants, technology grant, teacher grant, education grant, grant opportunity, grants for technology, teacher resources, technology resource, technology resources

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I have a good friend who teaches English, specifically literature, to high school students. Not being current in English teaching techniques, I mentioned to her that I thought it would prove difficult to bring technology into her classroom since the basis of her teaching is hard-bound books. I was wrong. Her school has received several grants for technology, one of which was used to purchase iPads for all sophomore students. No longer do students read the classics she is teaching only on a hard-bound book, but now also on an iPad. The students also use the iPad to write and submit homework assignments. And in her classroom, my friend uses a SMART Board for interactive teachings, another item that was purchased through a technology grant for schools.  

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