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2018-19 Graduate Catalog 
    
    Jan 25, 2021  
2018-19 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

ED 545 Grant Writing for Educators


(3 credits)
Educators face many challenges, one of which is budget constraints. Since innovative instruction and programs require money, educators are often forced to look to outside funding sources in order to fulfill their visions. This course will assist such an educator in finding such funding. This self-directed course guides students through the process of finding, applying for, receiving, and managing funding sources. Coursework is divided into ten units with each focusing on specific grant writing skills. In moving through each unit, students will acquire professional skills while they practice writing specific sections that make up the all-important grant proposal. After completing all ten units, students will have the knowledge and components necessary to assemble a professional grant proposal package. It is critical to know that revision is a key element of effective writing …and grant writing is no exception. Because of this, students will have the opportunity to revise all Unit Assessment assignments prior to final project submission.