Grant Rubric

311/312 Grant Proposal Presentation Rubric

Total of 7 Slides (at least 4 with pictures)

Presentation Requirement

Points Possible

Title Slide with:

·      Grant Title

·      Student Names

·      Grant Exhibit ID#

5

Essential issue slide

·      Describing the essential issue in one or two sentences

5

Explanation of essential issue slides:

·      Personal reasons for why you think it is important

20

Grant description slides:

(one slide each, total of 2 slides)

·      Solution description (with all your details)

·      Why you think your solution is good and will work

30

Budget slides:

(one slide each, total of 2 slides)

·      Table imported from Numbers, including table key and column/row headers

·      Explanation of items chosen (why are they needed, why these items and not others)

30

Each slide is attractive, using:

·      Easily readable font (size, color, style)

·      Pictures or graphs on at least FOUR slides

·      Not too much text on each slide

·      TITLE on each slide


10

TOTAL POINTS POSSIBLE

100

 



313 Grant Proposal Presentation Rubric

Presentation Requirement

Points Possible

Title Slide with:

·      Grant Title

·      Student Names

·      Grant Exhibit ID#

5

Essential issue slide

·      Describing the essential issue in one or two sentences

5

Explanation of essential issue slides:

(one slide each, total of 2 slides)

·      Research proving this is an essential issue (surveys, online websites, student opinions, etc.)

·      Your personal reasons for why you think it is important

20

Grant description slides:

(one slide each, total of 3 slides)

·      Solution description (with all your details)

·      Timeline for grant (when will it happen?)

·      Why you think your solution is good and will work

30

Budget slides:

(one slide each, total of 3 slides)

·      Table imported from Numbers, including table key and column/row headers

·      Explanation of items chosen (why are they needed, why these items and not others)

·      Formulas used, Costs and Totals

30

Each slide is attractive, using:

·      Easily readable font (size, color, style)

·      Pictures or graphs

·      Not too much text on each slide

·      TITLE on each slide


10

TOTAL POINTS POSSIBLE

100

 



#EqualizeOurEd Grant Proposal

Due: Tuesday, June 5th

 

As we have learned, school funding is an issue that contributes to inequalities in education. If we were able to apply for an extra $100,000 as a grant to support school improvement, how should we spend it? Please submit your grant proposal following the criteria below.

 

Essential Issue (10 pts. total): What do you think is the most important issue in the school?

Product: 1 paragraph issue statement, typed on a Pages document

            > Describe the issue. (5 pts.)

            > Why do you think this issue is important? (5 pts.)

 

Grant Description (30 pts. total): Describe in detail your proposed grant. 

Product: 1 page grant description, typed on a Pages document

> How will your grant project resolve the issue you chose? Describe your grant project in detail. (5 pts.)

> What is the timeline for spending the money and using the items? (5 pts.)

> How will your grant help teachers become better at teaching? (5 pts.)

> How will students’ learning benefit? (5 pts.)

> How will this improve the experience for students?  (5 pts.)

> Why do you think this is the best idea for spending the $100,000? (5 pts.)

 

Budget Narrative (50 pts. total): Describe and outline in detail your budget.

Product: Numbers spreadsheet

> Create a NUMBERS spreadsheet, itemizing what you would spend your money on. (10 pts.)

> Use correct formulas to help you total your spreadsheet  (10 pts.)

> Explain your mathematical thinking for why you used certain formulas (10 pts.)

> Provide an explanation and support for each item you purchase (why is it necessary for your grant). (10 pts.)

> Explain how you chose the specific brand, store or company from which to purchase your item (instead of another item).  (10 pts.)

 

Savings Plan (Optional 10 pts. extra credit): Explain what savings company you will use, how much money you will put away for savings and how long you will keep it there. Provide an explanation for why you think this is a good choice for your grant.

Product: Numbers spreadsheet

 

 

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS: 100 points

with extra credit: 110 points

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