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The “Science Education” Grant Index puts
at your fingertips some of the latest educational opportunities available for science and technology development. The opportunities come in the form
of grants, awards, competitions and incentives for schools, teachers and student-teacher teams. The Index allows educators to put your minds to work with that of your grant partners to offer new and exciting challenges in the areas of science, math, computer science, engineering and technology, through more than 100 science education grants! Share in the excitement of fostering curriculum and program development, encouraging computer
and IT training, facilitating multi-media and Internet usage, or promoting teacher development in science and technology. Opportunities abound for after-school programs, K-12 schools, community colleges, universities, colleges, technology centers and other non-profit educational organizations, to be among those keeping pace with what’s available, and what’s possible. With the “Science Education” Grant Index, you’ll have the right stuff on access to all the science, math, computer
science, engineering and technology grants
covered in recent issues of Technology Grant News.

Recent Excerpts from
Technology Grant News:

“Dominion Peoples Funds K-12
Math & Science Programs”

http://www.dom.com/
Telephone: (800) 730-7217

“Through its Educational Partnership Grants Program, Dominion Peoples, a subsidiary of
energy producer Dominion, will award $200,000 to strengthen the math and science skills of students in grades K-12.
The program provides grants of up to $5,000 to public and private elementary and secondary schools as well as public school divisions, institutions of higher education, state agencies, and 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations….”

“InvenTeams Fund Teacher-Student Technology Teams”

http://web.mit.edu/invent
/www/InvenTeam/info.html

“InvenTeam grants, sponsored by Lemelson-
MIT, will provide grants of up to $10,000 each to
ten high school teams nationwide for the
academic year. The grants are designed to encourage a non-competitive, team-based
approach to innovation, awards and to generate excitement among high school students about the inventive process. InvenTeams are formed by high school students, their teacher, and an industry mentor for the purpose of inventing something of value for their school or local communities. High school science, mathematics, or technology
teachers are invited to apply for the grants….”

“$20 Million for Science & Technology Centers”

http://www.nsf.gov/pubsys/ods
/getpub.cfm?nsf03550

The Science and Technology Centers (STC): Integrative Partnerships program will be funding education projects of national importance that require a Center mode of support. An estimated
6-8 awards will be made for research in
partnerships among academic institutions, national laboratories, industrial organizations, and/or other public/private entities.

Contact: Margaret E.M. Tolbert,
mtolbert@nsf.gov; (703) 292-8040.

“National Science Foundation's
Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics & Science Teaching Seek to Acknowledge Outstanding Teachers with $10,000 in Recognition”

https://www.her.nsf.gov/pres_awards
/proinfo1.shtm

“Nominations are now being sought for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) Program. An associate, student or someone in the community (e.g. principals, teachers, students, and other members of the general public) may nominate a teacher. Teachers of grades 7-12 mathematics and science are currently eligible for nomination for the 2003 Presidential Awards. Teachers of grades K-6 will be eligible for the 2004 Presidential Awards. These teachers will serve as models for their colleagues and will be leaders in the improvement of science and mathematics education. Each Presidential Awardee will receive a $10,000 award from the National Science Foundation and gifts from donors….Nomination forms and applications for the 2003 and 2004 PAEMST cycles may be obtained at: https://www.ehr.nsf.gov/presawards
/proinfo1.shtm

“Streamlined Grant Process
Gives Algebra Teachers Free Software”

http://www.math911.com/
Contact: Professor Martin Weissman,
(718) 698-5219, (347) 528-7837
e-mail: themathprof@math911.com

“Math911 Software will make free copies of its flagship product Math911 available to middle schools, high schools, and colleges and universities for a limited time. Math911 can also be used for classes reviewing for SAT, ACT, GED, or CLEP exams, or with students in need of refreshing math skills for a new job. Math911 is a Windows application that makes it easy for students to master Introductory and Intermediate Algebra, as well as College Algebra, Trigonometry, and Precalculus. Math911 contains twenty chapters containing multiple lessons, and a range of difficulty levels…. Math911 runs under Windows 5/98/Me/NT4/2000/XP, and the student edition or the school standalone edition, with multi-user and site licenses are available.”

“Science Professional Development
With Graduate Credits”

http://www.jason.org/academy

“The JASON Academy provides up to two graduate credits in Natural Science from Colorado State University for each of its 5-week online courses, which may help teachers meet NCLB highly-qualified requirements as well as re-certification needs. Among the courses e are: Introduction to Online Learning (Inquiry and Learning Styles); Assessment of Student Science Literacy; Teaching Project-Based Science; Science and Young Children (preK-3); and Teaching Science Safely (elementary, middle school, and high school versions). Course details and registration at: http://www.jason.org/academy. National Science Teacher’s Association members receive a 10% discount on tuition fees.”

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Recent Science Education Grants:

Science & Technology Centers Grants
National Science Foundation
Contact: Margaret E.M. Tolbert, mtolbert@nsf.gov
Tel: (703) 292-8040
http://www.nsf.gov/pubsys
/ods /getpub.cfm?nsf03550

Science and Technology Studies (STS) Grants
National Science Foundation
Contact: Bruce E. Seely,
bseely@nsf.gov

Tel: (703) 292-7283
http://www.nsf.gov/cgi-bin/getpub?nsf01159

Teacher Professional Continuum (TPC) Grants
(Continuation of Science, Technology, Engineering &
Mathematics Teacher Preparation (STEMTP) program)
National Science Foundation
Contact: Kathryn Chval,
kchval@nsf.gov

Tel: (703) 292-5088
http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2003
/nsf03534/nsf03534.txt

Toshiba America Foundation
Grants for School Technology
Math & Science Education Grants
http://www.toshiba.com/taf
/apply.html

Recent Science Education – Technology Resources:

Education, Outreach & Training Partnership
Online lesson plans, educational simulations,
and other resources for science and computing education.
http://www.eot.org/resources
/freesoftware.html

NASA 'Genesis Kids' Modules - For K-12 Teachers to Field Test
Free print copy of a new education model or Genesis Kids materials to
field test
http://www.mcrel.org/epo
/dev_field.asp

NASA Quest
Educational Website bringing the
NASA experience to K-12 students
http://quest.nasa.gov/projects/
astrobiology/ astroventure/challenge

National Institutes of    Health (NIH)
Free Science-Health curriculum for science teachers and school administrators
http://science-education.nih.gov/supplements

Oracle "Help Us Help"    Foundation
ThinkQuest Collaborative Learning/ Website Development Competition
http://www.thinkquest.org




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