[NHDOE-ETNews] Title IID Grant Writing Info Sessions - Agenda

Higgins, Cathy CHiggins at ed.state.nh.us
Tue Sep 29 12:29:59 EDT 2009


The Office of Educational Technology at the NH Department of Education
will host two face to face grant writing information sessions in
October. Both sessions will be held at NHDOE in Concord in Room 15. If
you would like to attend, please register using the "click here to
register" link at http://nheon.org/oet/nclb/. Space is filling up for
these sessions. Below you will find the abbreviated agenda for each
meeting:

Thursday, October 1st
9 - 10 AM - Welcome and General Info. This first hour will review the
slides posted on the Recovery site at
http://www.ed.state.nh.us/education/recovery/index.htm and provide time
for general Q&A. This is similar to the webinars which were conducted in
September. 
10 - 10:15 AM - Break
10:15 - 11 AM - Closer look at Title IID Tech Leader and Tech
Mini-grants RFP (regular Title IID grants) and scoring rubric. This is a
chance for you to bring your rough proposal draft and ideas. We will
walk through the RFP elements together and you can ask questions and get
clarification of any aspect of your proposal on which you feel
uncertain.
11 - 11:30 AM - Closer look at RFP for  Title IID ARRA grants and
scoring rubric. We will review the critical elements of this RFP and
discuss what a transformed school might look like after a year of ARRA
funding. Strong leadership, vision, and commitment to change are
required. If you are uncertain whether your proposal can be successful,
this discussion can help clarify some of the things that will make a
difference.
11:30 - 12 Noon - Lunch break (registrants will receive an email
regarding lunch registration)
12 - 3 PM - Bring your draft ARRA proposal and get grant writing
assistance. This will include a closer review of your proposal against
the scoring rubric. It will also help you make sure you have included
all required elements, forms, and so on, such as the NH STaR Chart.

Wednesday, October 7th 
9 - 10 AM - Welcome and General Info. This first hour will review the
slides posted on the Recovery site at
http://www.ed.state.nh.us/education/recovery/index.htm and provide time
for general Q&A. This is similar to the webinars which were conducted in
September. 
10 - 10:15 AM - Break
10:15 - 11 AM - Closer look at Title IID Tech Leader and Tech
Mini-grants RFP (regular Title IID grants) and scoring rubric. This is a
chance for you to bring your rough proposal draft and ideas. We will
walk through the RFP elements together and you can ask questions and get
clarification of any aspect of your proposal on which you feel
uncertain.
11 - 11:30 AM - Closer look at RFP for  Title IID ARRA grants and
scoring rubric. We will review the critical elements of this RFP and
discuss what a transformed school might look like after a year of ARRA
funding. Strong leadership, vision, and commitment to change are
required. If you are uncertain whether your proposal can be successful,
this discussion can help clarify some of the things that will make a
difference.
11:30 - 12 Noon - Lunch break (registrants will receive an email
regarding lunch registration)
12 - 1 PM - Bring your draft ARRA proposal and get grant writing
assistance. This will include a closer review of your proposal against
the scoring rubric. It will also help you make sure you have included
all required elements, forms, and so on, such as the NH STaR Chart.


NOTE: After the grant session ends at 1pm on the 7th, there will be a
meeting (from 1-3pm in the same room) of districts planning to
participate in the NH E-Rate Purchasing Consortium. For more information
or to inquire about participation in this effort, visit
http://www.nheon.org/oetb/?page_id=72. 

-Cathy


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Dr. Cathy Higgins
State Educational Technology Director
Office of Educational Technology
NH Department of Education
101 Pleasant St, Concord, NH 03301
Voice: 603-271-2453 *** Fax: 603-271-1953 
OET Website: www.nheon.org/oet
ETNews: www.nheon.org/oetb



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