Proposal Writing Sites: http://fdncenter.org/onlib/shortcourse/prop1.html - A Brief, sound introduction to the grant writing process http://www.anovember.com/grants.html http://www.t2ed.com/ - Scroll down to "Free Stuff Selection" - it leads to three downloadable documents concerning grants http://www.mcf.org/mcf/grant/writing.htm http://www.research.umich.edu/research/proposals/proposal_dev/pwg/pwgpage.html - A short guide to proposal writing Grant Opportunities: http://nonprofituniverse.com/gscape/lpext.dll/?f=templates&fn=main-h.htm&2.0 ("Grant of the Week" link) http://www.cfda.gov/ http://www.ed.gov/GrantApps/ http://www.edweek.org/tm/ http://www.eschoolnews.com/ - Funding Center link http://ocfo.ed.gov/fedreg/announce.htm http://www.grantupdate.com/ http://polarisgrantscentral.net/ http://www.srainternational.org/cws/sra/resource.htm http://fdncenter.org/pnd/rfp/index.html - A VERY GOOD SERIES OF LINKS!!! http://www.schoolgrants.org/ http://www.techlearning.com/ http://www.tgci.com/ http://www.fdncenter.org/ http://www.sccoe.k12.ca.us/grantcen/fundingupdate.htm http://www.advlearn.com/funding/ http://www.compaq.com/corporate/community http://ocfo.ed.gov/grntinfo/forecast/forecast.htm Other Funding/Resource Opportunities: http://www.technology4kids.com/ http://www.ed.gov/free/ http://www.mcrel.org/resources/ http://www.pitsco.com/p/resframe.htm http://www.fundingfactory.com/etcep/visitorhome.asp http://www.teachers.net/ http://thechalkboard.com/ http://www.freeandfun.com/ http://www.eduhound.com/ Resources available via The Foundation Center: The Foundation 1000 National Guide to Funding for Elementary & Secondary Education Guide to Grantseeking on the Web Guide to Proposal Writing FC Search: The Foundation Center's Database on CD-ROM 4.0 Other Hardcopy Resources: Education Grants Alert (weekly report published by Aspen Publishers, Inc.) Grants for K-12 Hotline (biweekly report published by Quinlan Publishing Group) Guide to Federal Funding for Education (annual two-volume directory with quarterly updates, published by Education Funding Research Council, an affiliate of Thompson Publishing Group) Really Cool Math/Science Websites http://forum.swarthmore.edu An outstanding beginning point for math educators http://www.csun.edu/~hcmth014/comics.html A site full of funny math cartoons to lighten things up in your class http://www.exploratorium.edu http://www.exploratorium.edu/science_explorer/index.html http://www.exploratorium.edu/learning_studio/sciencesites.html The Exploratorium is a cool hands-on science museum in California (I think). The two sites within the exploratorium site have great experiments/demonstrations and 10 cool links to other science and math pages on the web http://www.coolmath4kids.com The site name pretty much says it all. Check out the "6 Cool Things", "Geometry" and "Fractals". http://www.1.slb.com/seed/lab/index.htm This site is www.ONE.SLB.com - home of some interesting labs on the porosity of rocks, viscosity, and buckyballs http://imina.soest.hawaii.edu/spacegrant/class_acts/index.html Your guide to exploring planets online http://www.nsta.org The homepage for the National Science Teacher's Association - a good resource for any science teacher. http://www.nctm.org The homepage for the National Council of Teacher's of Mathematics - a good resource for any math teacher. http://psrc-online.org The Physical Sciences Resource Center - Contains many valuable tools for the physical sciences instructor http://www.philhardin.org This organization supports grants to further education of Mississippian's. Earthwatch Institute fellowships are offered for teachers to go and study a scientific topic of interest somewhere in the world Earthwatch is conducting a study for two weeks in the summer.
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