Action Research on Mathematics Teaching Practices Grant – May 1
Posted by National Council of Teachers of Mathematics on April 5, 2022
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics invites applications for research to improve teaching of mathematics
Founded in 1920, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) is the world’s largest mathematics education organization.
The NCTM invites applications for its Action Research on Mathematics Teaching Practices Grant program, which will award grants of up to $6,000 in support of action research conducted as a collaborative by university faculty, preservice teachers, and classroom teachers who aim to improve their teaching of mathematics in PK-12 classrooms.
Primary emphasis will be placed on collaboration by a team of researchers consisting of university, classroom teachers, and preservice teachers from the undergraduate ranks. The action research should be designed, implemented, and completed with a focus on enhancing mathematics teaching in grades PK-12.
The primary applicant may be a teacher in the PK-12 classroom, a mathematics coach assigned to work with the classroom(s) where the research will be conducted, or a university mathematics educator. The participating preservice teacher(s) must be in an initial licensure/certification program at the undergraduate level and, during the term of the grant, must be engaged in some form of practicum experience or student teaching. The primary applicant must be a current (on or before the application deadline) essential or premium member of NCTM.
For complete program guidelines and application instructions, see the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics website.
Deadline: May 1, 2022
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