Forms for Mini-Grants 2008-9
2009 Mini-Grant Summary Report:
Please complete the summary report (linked below) by April 21, 2009. Completion of the mini-grant summary report is an important part of making your receipt of a mini-grant valuable to the all of the members of the OTEN community.
Project Grant Application Form (pdf)
See examples of previously funded grant projects:

Request for Proposals 2008,
Student/Mentor Teams

The Oregon Technology in Education Network (OTEN), with the support of the TQE-P grant, is inviting proposals from student teacher/mentor teacher teams for projects that will utilize technology to foster pedagogically powerful classroom learning. Each OTEN member school is prepared to award $6,000 in grants in support of well-designed projects. The purpose of these grants is to serve as a catalyst for helping teachers try new ways of fostering learning through innovative applications of technology in the classroom. The proposals will be reviewed by committees at each institution based on specific criteria available from your campus coordinator. Grant recipients must also agree to present their projects at an OTEN Teacher Education Conference.
Eligibility: 1) Any student teacher/mentor teacher teams from the six participating OTEN institutions.
Applicants for an OTEN grant should review the specific RFP from each institution and then complete a Project Grant Proposal. Proposals are to be submitted to the campus coordinator at your university for review. Criteria for awarding these grants will vary for each institution and are available from the campus coordinators.

To see examples of other grant ideas that have been funded, you can go to the OTEN conference archives and look at summaries from 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007 grant recipients .

Timeline: Each institution has its own deadline for grant submission. These deadlines for 2008 are as follows:

- Corban College
- George Fox University
go to RFP page
October 15, 2008: UG Fall Cohort, MAT Full Time
January 20, 2009: UG Spring Cohort, MAT Night & Community
- Pacific University Eugene
June , 2008
- Pacific University Forest Grove
go to RFP page
December 1, 2008
- University of Portland
go to RFP page
- Willamette University
In order to fund the maximum number of mini grants, every effort will be made by the Willamette mini grant review committee to purchase appropriate requested equipment at the best price.

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