TUES CRP Workshop: I-Corps for Learning (I-Corps L): A Pilot Initiative to Scale Educational Innovations

Project: Research project

Project Details

Description

ASU Scope of Work TUES CRP Workshop: I-Corps for Learning (I-Corps L): A Pilot Initiative to Scale Educational Innovations Dr. Ann McKenna will serve as ASUs Principal Investigator overseeing both the technical and financial aspects of ASUs proposed effort. In particular, Dr. McKenna will serve as a core instructional and development team member in collaboration with Dr. Karl Smith from the University of Minnesota and Dr. Chris Swan from Tufts University. The core instruction team is responsible for developing the workshop materials, providing oversight of all co-instructors and consultants, and coordinating with the external evaluator. She will participate in all planning meetings with team members and NSF, and attend the training sessions including on-site workshops, wrap-ups, and webinars. She will work collaboratively to publish the project findings and present results at national meetings. Dr. McKenna requests a total of 3.75 months to complete her proposed efforts. Dr. Micah Lande will serve as a co-instructor on the project. He will provide input on the development process, the creation of the workshop materials, and attend the on-site workshops and webinars. He will help coach the iCorps teams and provide input on their ideas for scaling their educational innovations. He will work collaboratively to publish the project findings and present results at national meetings. Dr. Lande will commit 2 summer months to complete his proposed efforts. Dr. Shawn Jordan will serve as a co-instructor on the project. He will provide input on the development process, the creation of the workshop materials, and attend the on-site workshops and webinars. He will help coach the iCorps teams and provide input on their ideas for scaling their educational innovations. He will work collaboratively to publish the project findings and present results at national meetings. Dr. Jordan will commit 2 summer months to complete his proposed efforts.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date10/1/139/30/16

Funding

  • National Science Foundation (NSF): $219,165.00

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