Innovative Teaching Grant Rubric
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Grant applications will be reviewed according to the following criteria:
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Criteria10-8 Points7-5 Points4-2 Point1-0 PointsTotal Points
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1. Project Area: Does the grant clearly address a Project Area listed in the grant application? The project area is articulated clearly throughout the proposal and has an exceptional focus on student outcomes.The project area is articulated throughout the proposal and has a focus on student outcomes.The project area is articulated somewhat throughout the proposal and/or somewhat focuses on student outcomes.The project area is not articulated throughout the proposal and does not focus on student outcomes.
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2. Alignment: Is the proposal aligned to the District Strategic Plan, District Curriculum, and/or Instructional Goals? The proposal is eceptionally aligned to the District Strategic Plan, District Curriculum, and/or Instructional Goals.The proposal is aligned to the District Strategic Plan, District Curriculum, and/or Instructional Goals.The proposal is somewhat aligned to the District Strategic Plan, District Curriculum, and/or Instructional Goals.The proposal is not aligned to the District Strategic Plan, District Curriculum, and/or Instructional Goals.
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3. Targeted Population: Is the Targeted Population a high priority? Does the data provided support the need?The targeted student population is clearly indicated and exceptional data justification is provided. The targeted student population is indicated and data justification is provided. The targeted student population is somewhat indicated and data justification is somewhat provided. The targeted student population is not indicated and/or data justification is not provided.
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4. Innovation: Is the project proposing a new idea, method or program to improve Student Learning Outcomes?The proposal clearly states an exceptional new and innovative method to improve student outcomes.The proposal states a new and innovative method to improve student outcomes.The proposal states a method to improve student outcomes but lacks being new or innovation.The proposal does not state a new and innovative method to improve student outcomes.
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5. Student Impact: Will the project have a significant impact on student learning, engagement and/or success?Project clearly fills a need or
addresses a problem and will
make a lasting impact on the
students and the larger
school/district community.
Project clearly fills a need or addresses a problem and will make a lasting impact on the students involved.Project clearly fills a need or addresses a problem and will make some impact on the students involved.Project somewhat fills a need or addresses a problem and will make somewhat of an impact on the students involved.
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6. Measureable Outcomes: How will you measure if the project was successful? The proposal lists relevant specific SMART goals aligned to successful student outcomes. The proposal lists SMART goals aligned to successful student outcomes. The proposal lists SMART goals but lacks alignment to successful student outcomes. The proposal does not list specific SMART goals; therefore, lacks alignment to successful student outcomes.
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7. Reasonable Time Frame: Is there a clear plan for implementation?

(This criteria is weighted and will count as 20% of the the overall score.)
The proposal includes a detailed sequential list of activities of implementation along with a reasonable timeframe for completion.The proposal includes a list of activities of implementation along with a timeframe for completion.The proposal includes some activities of implementation along with somewhat of a timeframe for completion.The proposal does not include a detailed list of activities of implementation or a reasonable timeframe for completion.Total Points x 2
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8. Budget: Is the budget within grant guidelines?The proposed budget does not exceed the maxium amount of $1,500 for an individual teacher or $3,000 for a grade level or department.n/an/aThe proposed budget exceeds the maxium amount of $1,500 for an individual teacher or $3,000 for a grade level or department.
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9. Grant Award Eligibility: Is the teacher employed during the 2019-2020 School Year?The teacher is employed during the 2019-2020 School Year.n/an/aThe teacher is NOT employed during the 2019-2020 School Year; therefore, the teacher is ineligible to receive the grant.
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Grant Total:
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