Advancing a Shared Understanding of Personalized Learning: Insights from Eight Middle School Classrooms in Rhode Island
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The Rhode Island Education Innovation Research Network (RI-EIRN) is currently soliciting proposals from researchers who are interested in expanding the state’s knowledge of best practices around personalized learning in Rhode Island.
Currently, we are soliciting proposals from scholars with expertise in qualitative and/or social science research to explore research questions that will help to inform Rhode Island educators of best practices for communicating with families and others about personalized learning. This research will provide a better understanding of:
1. What families know about personalized learning and how they feel about this new educational model;
2. How we can best inform families about current innovations in teaching and learning;
3. What role families play in co-creating the social understanding of these new models of learning and what role they could play.
Download the full RFP, here.
PROPOSALS ARE DUE September 17, 2018.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
The Collaborative is now accepting letters of intent due June 1, 2017!
Proposals funded by The Collaborative will address the questions posed by state policy leaders through individual and team research projects that use creative approaches aligned with the expertise and interests of scholars. Grants will be awarded to scholars affiliated with a Rhode Island institution.
Award amounts range from $2,000-$50,000.
For additional questions and to submit Letters of Intent and Full Proposals, please contact Amber Caulkins, Program Director, at email@example.com