Teaching Development Grants. Grants will be awarded to support activities that enhance teaching in the Faculty at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Projects aimed at curriculum enhancement, assessment and feedback are particularly welcome. The funds can be used for individual or group activities, but priority will be given to projects that lead to some measurable output, such as a pedagogical paper or an element of a module or programme. The grant may be used to cover the costs of attending teaching conferences, especially those at which the outputs are presented, however, this is limited to one conference per grant.
Please note that funds cannot be used to cover payment for staff or student time. Applications should give a clear statement of the academic purpose of the project, the intended outputs and the proposed expenditure. Resources requested should be in the range £1000 to £2500. ULB - AVademecum. Bristol Institute For Learning and Teaching. Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching (HILT) Funding Opportunities – Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching (HILT) HILT offers funding opportunities for faculty, staff, and students to advance ideas related to teaching, learning, and education innovation.
Our primary goal is to foster a community of innovation at Harvard. Currently, HILT supports two mechanisms: Operation Impact and Spark Grants. more about each of these opportunities below! Instructional Improvement Grants. Instructional Improvement Grants (IIG) provide funds (up to $3,000) for one-time, small-scale projects to improve existing courses, develop new courses, evaluate instruction, and assess curricular needs.
The grant funds also support larger innovative projects that will directly and significantly affect teaching and learning, such as developing materials for new and existing courses and developing new modes of instruction. All submissions will be considered on a rolling basis from the grant opening date in August through the grant closing date in May, or until all funds are expended, whichever comes first. If you would like a consultation to prepare for a submittal, please email firstname.lastname@example.org (link sends e-mail) (link sends e-mail) with the subject line "IIG Consult Requested".
Education initiatives & funding. The d’Arbeloff Fund for Excellence in Education and the Alumni Class Funds provide grants to faculty in support of educational initiatives focused on developing the undergraduate curriculum.
Funding reflects the vision and priorities of the Office of the Vice Chancellor, who oversees the initiatives. The Registrar’s Office coordinates the proposal process and funding decisions, provides guidance and expertise to faculty, and gathers and disseminates project outcomes. Together, we engage with the community to support and shape undergraduate education at MIT.
Goals are to respond to emerging trends in education, student interest, and needs; encourage innovation in areas where traditional funding may not be available; and engage faculty, Institute-wide, in robust discussion of undergraduate education. Key points to remember: Proposals for d’Arbeloff grants are due in early fall for the following academic year. Teaching Stream Pedagogical Grant (TSPG) - Teaching & Learning. To encourage a range of pedagogical activities, funding for conferences through the TSPG is limited to a portion of the total funds distributed.
To support faculty in determining at the time of application whether a proposal may be eligible for funding, we encourage you to consider the following criteria that will be used to assess proposals to fund conference travel through the TSPG: These criteria represent guidelines only, and valid pedagogical and professional development activities may fall outside these criteria. Moreover, we recognize that faculty at different stages of their career may have different pedagogical development needs.
If you are unsure whether your proposed activity may be eligible for TSPG funding, please discuss your plans with Thuy Huynh, Teaching & Learning Project Coordinator, prior to applying (email@example.com or 416-946-3890). Principal's Teaching Award Scheme. Yale-NUS Teaching Innovation Grant - Centre for Teaching and Learning - Yale-NUS College. Application for AY2019/2020 has closed.
Teaching Innovation Grant (TIG) Sponsored by Education Resources and Technology (ERT), Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL), and the Office of the President. The Teaching Innovation Grants are available to help develop new pedagogies and acquire associated instructional technologies for common curriculum and elective courses. The program provides a transparent funding procedure for recognizing innovative practice and a pathway for sharing results. In collaboration with the President’s office, Teaching Innovation Grants can also be used to support educational collaborations between Yale and Yale-NUS faculty.
Rosenkranz Awards for Pedagogical Advancement. Application Details Proposed interventions should be designed to improve learning by encouraging student engagement.
Research demonstrates that interactive settings deepen student learning by encouraging them to articulate, evaluate, and create knowledge with the instructor and one another.  Engagement can be defined in a variety of ways, including but not limited to: student–to–student or student–to–faculty interactions, experience in the field, active use of Yale collections, and student research. Essential components of a successful grant proposal include a vision for improved learning through student engagement, a significant intervention that strives to improve learning, and plans to measure student learning as a result of the intervention. The selection committee seeks applications that do the following:
TEACHING INNOVATION GRANTS - EPIC Program - UCLA. The humanities at UCLA are evolving from a traditional emphasis on independent scholarship in pursuit of singular research goals, to a community of intellectuals working across interests, methodologies, and traditional boundaries of cultures and ethnicities.
This transformation is fueled by advances in technology, new creative approaches to the application of humanistic perspectives, and a need to create meaningful pathways between the discipline and the greater community. It is also driven by the fact that students today learn differently, have a more diverse footprint than ever before, and want to be prepared to thrive as global citizens and leaders. CPI Home, Center for Pedagogical Innovation - Wesleyan University. Curricular and Pedagogical Innovations Grants.
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Find out more University Open Day - EXPLORA The University of Fribourg invites you... Find out more. Teaching & Learning Innovation Grants – Centre for Pedagogical Innovation. This stream supports the development or redesign of experiential education at the course and program level that fall within Brock’s Senate-approved categories of Experiential Education. Funding through this stream is exclusively for curricular-based experiential education that is embedded within academic courses. The grant does not support experiential education that occurs as part of the co-curriculum or outside of the curriculum. Proposed projects must include a positive and reciprocal relationship between Brock faculty, students, and either an internal or external community partner (if applicable), and include reflection-based assessments that contribute to a portion of a student’s final grade. For example, a grant could be requested for funding for student assistants related to course development, expenses related to accessing the experiential education opportunity (e.g. transportation, supplies), or a small token of thanks/recognition for the contribution of community partners.
Le Fonds de développement pédagogique. > Enseignants UCLouvain : Passez dans l'intranet pour les informations pratiques. Le Fonds de développement pédagogique (FDP) apporte aux enseignant·es de l'UCLouvain un soutien en ressources humaines et financières dans leurs projets d'innovation et de développement pédagogique. Il soutient également la recherche sur les pratiques pédagogiques de qualité ainsi que leur valorisation. Il est constitué d’une dotation fixée chaque année par les Autorités de l’Université. Depuis 1997, près de 11 millions d'euros ont ainsi été consacrés à améliorer la qualité de la formation ! C'est le Conseil de l'Enseignement et de la Formation qui assure la responsabilité finale du fonds, déterminant ses objectifs, les grandes lignes de mise en œuvre et la décision finale sur les projets à soutenir. Le FDP est divisé en trois enveloppes, qui fonctionnent chacune selon un processus différent.
Développer votre pédagogie avec l'Université de Nantes. 36 dossiers ont été déposés et 11 projets sélectionnés, les équipes enseignantes de l'université de Nantes, fourmillent d'idées ! Pour sélectionner les projets lauréats, un jury international a été composé, impliquant enseignants-chercheurs et responsable innovation pédagogique provenant d'universités européennes (Université de Lausanne, Université Libre de Bruxelles), canadiennes (HEC Montréal, Université Ottawa) et françaises. Les 11 lauréats seront accompagnés par le CDP pour faciliter la réalisation avec des accélérateurs de projets collectifs, du soutien pédagogique, mais aussi des temps inter-services avec des revues techniques et financieres avec la DSIN, la CAP et la DEVU.
Les autres projets non retenus bénéficieront également d'un accompagnement par la DEVU pour une exploration des possibles de leurs dossiers. Fonds d'innovation pédagogique. Programme d’appui à l’innovation pédagogique. Le Vice-rectorat aux études et aux affaires étudiantes (VREAE) propose un soutien financier à la réalisation de projets visant l’innovation en contexte d’enseignement et d’apprentissage.
Le Programme d’appui à l’innovation pédagogique vise à soutenir annuellement le développement des différentes dimensions de la pédagogie et de l’environnement d’apprentissage à l’Université Laval. Fonds d'innovation pédagogique - UNIL FIP.