EDA 6930 Grants Course Syllabus Morris Summer 2010 [1]

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University of North Florida “Educating Professionals Who Impact the Lives of Children and Adults” EDA 6930 DL 51256 Grants Development and Project Design Summer A 2010 UNF professional education programs prepare candidates who are: M ulticulturally proficient. They understand, respect, and value differences in individuals and model best practices for designing and delivering instructional programs to fit the needs of ethnically and linguistically diverse learners. P rofessionally aware. They hold to high ethical standards, professional dispositions, and a code of professional conduct worthy of the education profession. They value fairness and believe that all students can and should learn. A nalytically adept. They engage in reflective thinking about classroom practice and contexts; assess and analyze a variety of data from those contexts; use reflective practice to make appropriate adjustments to instruction; and make data-informed instructional decisions to benefit the learning of all students.
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C ompetently prepared. They possess and demonstrate the content knowledge, pedagogical content knowledge and skills, and pedagogical and professional knowledge and skills necessary to help all students learn. T echnologically capable. They use technology effectively to facilitate design of instruction, engage students in the learning process, and communicate with colleagues, parents, and other key stakeholders. Syllabus Course Number: EDA 6930 Course Title: Grants Development and Project Design Number of Credit Hours: 3 Term: Summer A 2010 Dates: Mon., May 10 – Fri., June 18, 2010 Day and Time: N/A Distance Learning (DL) Online Course Location: N/A Professor: Dr. LaDonna Morris Office: No office on campus, but will meet with students as needed Office Hours: By appointment only Telephone: Office: 904.256.6985 E-mail Address: n00100618@unf.edu Course Web Site: http://blackboard.unf.edu Required Text Smith, N.B., & Works, E.G. (2006). The Complete Book of Grant Writing: Learn to Write Grants Like a Professional. Naperville, IL: Sourcebooks, Inc. ISBN-13: 978-1-4022-0667-2. 2
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3 Recommended Reading Hall, M.S., & Howlett, S. H. (2003). Getting Funded: The Complete Guide to Writing Grant Proposals. Portland University: Continuing Education Press. ISBN 0-87678-070-1. Catalog Description: This course addresses all aspects of grants development, from the germination of ideas to preparing a competitive proposal. Topics include needs assessment, problem statement development, funding searches, literature review, methodology, performance objectives, evaluation design, and budget planning. The course emphasizes resource development for educators and human service professionals in a variety of settings. EDA 6930 is an elective in the Educational Leadership Program. It may also be taken by graduate and post- baccalaureate students in related disciplines. Expanded Course Description:
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