Here is the scenarioto follow:Congratulations! You’ve just been promoted to the position of a grant writer for yourworkplace, or if you are not currently employed, a new networked charter school. Your first task is to write a $20,000.00 grant for curricular technology integration for your content area.Please note that you can only spend up to $12,000.00 on computer hardware; the rest must be spent on software, other items and tools, staff development, and technical support as in Assignment 2,assume that each classroom has four networked computers and the school haseither a networked computer lab with 25 networked computers and/ or a portable wireless labwith 25 laptops/netbooks/mobile devices that all teachers share. Your proposal should include: a concise executive overview, a statement of educational and curricular needs the proposal addresses, statement of specific proposal goals and objectives (remember goals are general and objectives are measurable), actual or proposed schoolpartnerships that will/could support the grant initiative, an explanation of the implementation plan, a budget spreadsheet that identifies costs in categories, e.g., hardware, software, technical support, staff development, etc., and a budget narrative that explains the costs in detail in the implementation plan, provide cited examples of best practices based on principles of adult learning theory to support the choices made in the grant. Pedagogical and fiscal rationales for proposed curricular purchases and examples of appropriate types of staff development, i.e. online, in person during the school day or after school must be included, cited, and referenced in the budget narrative as in Assignment 2, make sure to discuss costs related to staff development, scheduling, and maintenance. Outline plans and guidelines to configure software/computer/technology systems in the classroom cluster and labs to use and share grant resources. Also, discuss schedulingassume that each classroom has four networked computers and the school has either a networked computer lab with 25 networked computers and/ or a portable wireless lab with 25 laptops/netbooks/mobile devices that all teachers share.Your proposal should include: a concise executive overview, a statement of educationaland curricular needs the proposal addresses, statement of specific proposal goals and objectives(remember goals are general and objectives are measurable), actual or proposed schoolpartnerships that will/could support the grant initiative, an explanation of the implementationplan, a budget spreadsheet that identifies costs in categories, e.g., hardware, software, technicalsupport, staff development, etc., and a budget narrative that explains the costs in detail.In the implementation plan, provide cited examples of best practices based on principlesof adult learning theory to support the choices made in the grant. Pedagogical and fiscalrationales for proposed curricular purchases and examples of appropriate types of staffdevelopment, i.e. online, in person during the school day or after school must be included, cited, and referenced. In the budget narrative as in Assignment 2, make sure to discuss costs related to staffdevelopment, scheduling, and maintenance. Outline plans and guidelines to configuresoftware/computer/technology systems in the classroom cluster and labs to use and share grantresources. Discuss scheduling and cost issues.Meet with the school or district technology specialist get information to answer thefollowing questions – How are local mass storage devices and media to store and shareinformation and resources installed? What are relevant issues regarding support personnel andpolicies for selecting, installing, and maintaining wide area networks for the school districtand/or facilitated integration of a WAN that need to be included in the proposal? Whatprovisions for software packages used to operate a computer network system and/or local area network (LAN) are needed in the proposal?You may include an augmented version of the technical and budget sections that you prepared for Assignment 2, the plan, or you may create new technical and budget sections for this assignment. Prioritize your choices so that if you are awarded less money, you will know what to eliminate first. Please revisit pp. 55-69 of the text and pay particular attention to Table 2.11, p. 67, as you prepare this assignment.ReferenceRoblyer, M. D., & Doering, A. H. (2012). Integrating educational technology into teaching (6th ed.) Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.




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