ARLINGTON, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#K12—Be
a Winner! A Science Teacher’s Guide to Writing Successful Grant Proposals
explains how to master the art of proposal writing to fund
innovative science initiatives inside and outside the classroom. New
Press, this grant-writing guide specializes in advice and resources
gathered by science educators for science educators.
This practical workbook walks readers step by step through a successful
proposal-writing process. It covers
- the top 10 reasons to write a grant proposal,
how to identify and refine ideas for a proposal,
- basic proposal components,
- ins and outs of submission, and
- how to manage a funded project.
Be a Winner! also shows educators how to adapt grant-writing
skills to pursue professional development opportunities, apply for
awards, and help students participate in competitions and pursue
internships. Eight appendixes provide writing templates, a grant
proposal rubric, science-related grant listings and teaching awards, and
more. By the time readers complete the book’s practice exercises, they
will be well on their way to winning their first grant.
For additional information or to purchase Be
a Winner! A Science Teacher’s Guide to Writing Successful Grant Proposals,
visit the NSTA
Science Store. To order by phone, call 800-277-5300 between 9 a.m.
and 5 p.m. ET weekdays. The 152-page book is priced at $35.95 and
discount-priced for NSTA members at $28.76. (Stock # PB412X; ISBN
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