Teachers in need of effective technological tools that will assist them in bettering student achievement, not only in their classroom but throughout their entire institution, can apply for the Educators of America MicroGrant Program. Applicants should provide a budget plan and be as specific as possible in their requests, including what technological resources they need, how the tools will be used, and what long-term strategy will be employed to ultimately increase student achievement and technology integration. The technology should be worth no more than $5,000; recipients awarded an Education Technology MicroGrant will receive the requested education technology. K–12 schools (public, private, charter, or religious), young adult education centers or community services center,English language learning centers and organizations, and STEM/STEAM centers and organizations are encouraged to apply. Full review and award process takes at least three months.
Deadlines: Applicants who submit by September 15, 2021, will know their acceptance or rejection by January 1, 2022.Applicants who submit by April 15, 2022, will know their acceptance or rejection by July 1, 2022.
Each month we publish blogs and several newsletters full of digital learning, funding, professional growth, social media, and STEM resources. Below are items from our blogs and newsletters that educators turned to the most in June.
In many pursuits in life
and learning, there are easy ways that cut corners and harder, but more
rewarding, avenues to get to your desired destination. The world of edtech is
no different, especially with the incredible pace at which technology evolves.
accountability, and leadership—how do we fit these powerful life skills into a remote
learning environment? The start of the school year was an adjustment. Most of
our students attended school in a hybrid model while others opted for 100
percent virtual. September was the start of a teaching and learning experience like
no other, and we were ready for anything.