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Thank you so much for your interest in Make It Matter! As an organization, our main priority is to encourage educational innovation by supporting project specific initiatives targeting school sectors in need. Make it Matter is dedicated to supporting teachers with their professional growth, funding creative projects within schools and facilitating\instilling a love of learning in as many students as possible.

We provide funding to educator lead programs by connecting applicants to their communities through various fundraising methods. Programs could include but are not limited to: integrating students with special needs, educating students in order to empower them with the tools necessary to form meaningful friendships with their special needs classmates, funding teacher workshops, implementing innovative and explorative methods of learning throughout the school day, developing structured play stations during recess and lunch, incorporating character education throughout the school week.

Educators who wish to bring a project to life with our support are required to write a detailed description of their initiatives and its intended impact. Applicants must provide a breakdown of their budget and how the potentially provided funds would be allocated to achieve their project goals.

Projects will be selected by the executive team and approved by the board if they fulfill two or more of the following criteria:

1. Impact on learning: Project promotes student learning development, creative learning strategies, tools for engagement or explorative learning

2. Impact on social development: Project targets the development of social skills. Including but not limited to; topics of diversity, communication skills, inclusion, emotional intelligence or character pillars

3. Impact on teacher development: Project promotes ongoing teacher professionalism, coaching, advancement, data analysis or training programs that will impact student learning.

4. Technology: up to date technological resources in the classroom and teacher training for appropriate use.

5. Longevity: Project allows for long term impact in school and social settings. The project has the potential to evolve and adapt to be used for several years.

 

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Make it Matter is a non-profit organization which funds educational innovation by supporting project specific initiatives targeting school sectors in need. We believe that every child, no matter what their postal code or neighborhood may be, deserves an equal opportunity to receive an excellent education. Make it Matter is dedicated to supporting teachers with their professional growth, funding creative projects within schools and facilitating\instilling a love of learning in as many students as possible. We provide funding to educator lead programs by connecting applicants to their communities through various fundraising methods. Programs could include but are not limited to: integrating students with special needs, educating students in order to empower them with the tools necessary to form meaningful friendships with their special needs classmates, funding teacher workshops, implementing innovative and explorative methods of learning throughout the school day, developing structured play stations during recess and lunch, incorporating character education throughout the school week. Educators who wish to bring a project to life with our support are required to write a detailed description of their initiatives and its intended impact. Applicants must provide a breakdown of their budget and how the potentially provided funds would be allocated to achieve their project goals. Projects will be selected by the executive team and approved by the board if they fulfill two or more of the following criteria: 1. Impact on learning: Project promotes student learning development, creative learning strategies, tools for engagement or explorative learning 2. Impact on social development: Project targets the development of social skills. Including but not limited to; topics of diversity, communication skills, inclusion, emotional intelligence or character pillars 3. Impact on teacher development: Project promotes ongoing teacher professionalism, coaching, advancement, data analysis or training programs that will impact student learning. 4. Technology: up to date technological resources in the classroom and teacher training for appropriate use. 5. Longevity: Project allows for long term impact in school and social settings. The project has the potential to evolve and adapt to be used for several years. 6. Supported by or based on academic research: Project goals/structure is founded on academic research.

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