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Glma grant 2010 modified

  1. 1. GLMA Mable Wyche Underwood Grant PURPOSE: To allow building level library media specialists who are members in good standing of GLMA to develop, design, implement, or continue an ongoing program which promotes the use of library media center in the instructional program. AWARD: The award shall consist of grants from $300-$500 for school library media specialists at the building level. CRITERIA: 1. Recipients must have been a GLMA member for two years before applying for the grant. 2. Grant requests must be typed and may not exceed the length of the form. They must not include additional materials. 3. Grants will be judged by the following criteria: Quality Innovativeness (Interpretation: a packaged commercial program that can be purchased could qualify as long as its application is innovative). Clear Objective Benefits of Project to Students Budget Evaluation Plan 4. Grant recipients must agree to attend the Award Program/Luncheon at COMO to receive the awards. 5. Grant recipients must agree to participate in a concurrent workshop along with other grant recipients at a COMO convention to share the merits of their projects. It is intended that each grant recipient will make only a 15 minute presentation. Should a grant recipient choose to present a whole concurrent program independently, the recipient would not be expected to participate in the joint presentation. 6. Grant recipients may not apply again for another grant for five years. 7. An attempt will be made to award at least one media specialist at each school level (one elementary school, one middle school, and one high school) with a grant providing all criteria are met. 8. The selection Committee will consist of five library media specialists appointed by the Board of Directors. The chair of the GLMA Awards Committee shall be included in this number. 9. Application deadline is May 15, 2010. All grants must be postmarked and received by that date. Faxes will not be accepted. 10. The Selection Committee will meet during the June Summer Institute in Macon to select recipients. 11.Only the names of grant recipients will be posted on the GLMA Web site at www.glma-inc.org. Grant recipients alone will be notified by email and have their names posted on the Web site. 12. Grant checks will be made out to the recipient's school. 13. Unexpended funds must be returned to GLMA, Inc. in the event that the grant recipient is unable to implement the conditions of the grant. 14. The GLMA Executive Office must receive a final written evaluation of the success of the project no later than May 1 of the year following implementation or a fee of $100 will be billed to the principal. The evaluation should include the number of students affected, impact on student learning, a list of itemized expenses, and recommendations for improvements of the project.
  2. 2. 2010 GLMA Mable Wyche Underwood Grant Application Form My School is an… ____ Elementary School Grades/Age of Students: ________ X Middle School Grades/Age of Students: 11-14 ____ High School Grades/Age of Students: ________ ____ Other Specify:______________________ Grades/Age of Students: _______ Title of Project: Net Support School: Classroom Management Brief Description of Project (List objectives and describe benefits to students) NetSupport School is a class leading training software solution, providing Teachers with the ability to instruct, monitor and interact with their Students either individually, as a pre-defined group or to the overall class. This program helps in combining advanced classroom PC monitoring, real-time Presentation and Annotation tools, with an innovative customized Testing suite, Internet and Application control, real- time audio monitoring, automated Lesson Plans, Printer Management, Instant Messenger control, Content Monitoring and Desktop Security, this software rises to the challenge and requirements of today's modern classroom. Click on the link below for more details. http://www.netsupportschool.com/summary.asp Budget (Describe how the money will be used) We have 16 computers in the media center and we will use 10 laptops for this program to make a class set. Each station costs us $15.00 and $3.00 dollars annual fees. The total will be $18.00 * 26= $468.00 This is a great resource because it will help the teachers and media specialist monitor and guide students. Total: __$ 468.00___ Evaluation Plan (Briefly describe how you will evaluate the project) Net support School system would allow users to view, restart and shutdown pupil PCs. The emphasis is primarily to have a thumbnail of all the pupils PCs allowing teachers to establish whether work is being completed. In the Classroom Teachers have the ability to block the use of PCs while teaching ensuring Students are paying full attention to the lesson, also Teachers
  3. 3. are able to send lesson documents directly to Students. Since monitoring the use of PCs and restricting Internet access we have found Students are much more focused on their Schoolwork. It will benefit by increasing level of awareness our teachers will gain when it comes to student activity on the computers. With the presence of this new awareness, we immediately noticed a significant drop in the number of students who get off task during class. The features that could be most beneficial are the Current Application list and the Running Applications list. With these two lists, student cannot hide what they are doing anymore Signature of Media Specialist: _______________________________________ Signature of Principal: ______________________________________________ Applications must be postmarked and received by May 15, 2010. No faxes will be accepted. Criteria for Judging Quality Innovativeness Clear Objective Benefits of projects to students Budget Evaluation Plan Return 6 copies of this typed form to: Grants Chair GLMA Executive Office 2711 Irvin Way, Suite 111 Decatur, GA 30030 Name: _____________________________ GLMA District: _______________________ (See district map at www.glma-inc.org to determine your district.)
  4. 4. Position: _____________________________________________________________________ School Name and Address: ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ School Phone: ____________________ Home Phone: ____________________ E-mail Address at School: ____________________________________________________ E-mail Address at Home: _____________________________________________________ ********************************************************************************************************** Principal, Your media specialist has applied for a GLMA grant. If awarded the grant, he or she will be expected to turn in an evaluation of the grant by May 1, 2011. The evaluation should address the number of students affected, impact on student learning, a list of itemized expenses, and recommendations for improvement of the project. Failure to turn in the evaluation will result in the school being assessed a $100 fee payable to GLMA by your school. By signing below, you are agreeing to pay this fee in behalf of your school if your media specialist fails to turn in an evaluation by May 1, 2011. Signature of Principal:_________________________________________ Principal’s name (typed or clearly written): ________________________ Principal’s E-mail address (typed or clearly written): ___________________________________________________________ Signature of media specialist: ___________________________________ Do not write in this box. This box is for the GLMA Grants Chair only. GLMA member: _____ 2008 _____ 2009 _____ 2010

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