GenevaLogic Kicks Off Visionary Grants
Ed tech developer GenevaLogic has launched a new grant program called "GenevaLogic Visionary Grants." The grants award software and various benefits, including ISTE membership, to schools and individual teachers using Vision classroom management software in innovative ways.
Two types of grants will be awarded through the program: Vision Class Kit for individual educators and Vision School Kit for schools. The Vision Class Kit includes the Vision classroom monitoring and control software, two plugins, and a Vision Teach-Pad. The School Kit includes a school-wide Vision software license, three Vision Teach-Pads, three software plugins, and teacher training materials. And grant winners also receive personal membership to the International Society for Technology in Education.
The deadline for applications is Dec. 28. GenevaLogic will award four grants in January and recognize winners at a reception at the 2008 National Educational Computing Conference, held June 29 to July 2, in San Antonio, TX. More information about the program can be found at the link below.
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