Have you ever wondered how you could improve students' learning in your classroom? Are you interested in quantifying the improvements that you make to your course?
CIRTL-UTA is currently seeking motivated applicants for Teaching-As-Research (TAR) Project Grants, where you will have the opportunity to formally test student learning outcomes and various teaching methods. We encourage team applications, and student/post doc/faculty partnerships. Students can apply for grants to fund their Teaching-as-Research projects. Amounts vary based on the scale of the project ($500 and up). Students completing a major milestone of the project such as collecting/analyzing large amounts of data or preparing for publication/presentation are eligible for CIRTL STEM Teaching Certification.
Email Jim Grover if you would like to inquire about funding availability. For questions or comments please email Jim Grover. Please fill out the application in the following link: Teaching-as-Research (TAR) Grants