Each year MSET offers grants to educators who are MSET members. We are seeking grantees who are focusing on personalized learning in their innovative work with technology and we will be offering up to $2,000 per grant.
Grant recipients will be asked to present a poster session at CG20, and to create a Weebly webpage, for the MSET website, based on the topic of their grant proposal in an effort to share big ideas with other educators so that they can replicate the concept in their schools/classrooms. Once approved for the grant, winners will receive guidance on creating the page.
Guidelines for 2019-2020
MSET offers Maryland educators an opportunity to apply for grants to encourage personalized learning through the effective use of technology in teaching, leading, and learning. Grants not to exceed $2,000 will be awarded through a competitive grant process. Grant funding must be used to promote innovative uses of instructional technology and address digital learning skills to improve student achievement.
How may grant funds by used?
January 10, 2020
February 21, 2020 (revised)
April 30-May 1, 2020
May 15, 2020
2018-2019 Grant Winners!
Dayton Oaks Elementary
Wand-erful Coding+Reading = Magic
Blended Learning in the Primary Classroom
21st Century Learning: Virtual Discoveries Inspire "Young Engineers"Fueled with individual creativity, students are engaging with mobile STEM applications designed to launch potential careers for Young Engineers of the future. Our Young Engineer STEM program offers grade level activities that are designed to support student mastery of grade level Next Generation Science Standards, College and Career Ready Math and Literacy Standards and Maryland Student Technology Standards.
2017-2018 Grant Winners!
Howard County Public Schools
From Darkroom to Makerspace: Creating an Innovation and Design Lab
The Salisbury School
Mobile Maker Space Carts
2016-2017 Grant Winners!
Dr. Brian Cook
Worcester County Public Schools
Transmitting to the World
Washington County Public Schools
Taking Students Beyond Virtual Reality
Frederick County Public Schools
PLC for Pyramid Students