College of Education Grant Administration
The Center for School Improvement and Policy Studies coordinates grant management for the College of Education (COED) to help support service, research, and partnerships with schools. The Center provides direct support to Principal Investigators by providing pre-award and post-award services in cooperation with the Office of Sponsored Programs. During the past 2 years of partnership, the Center has managed grants for COED totaling more than $4.4 million.
List of COED and Affiliated Projects
This program will recruit undergraduate STEM majors and prepare them to become grade 6-12 STEM teachers in high-need, rural school districts.
This program seeks to address the engineering preparation of secondary science teachers by embedding engineering design into a science course for single-subject STEM education majors (future secondary teachers), and developing a sequence of lesson plans and annotated video for faculty who seek to integrate engineering design into their science courses.
The purpose of this program is to create enriching and innovative classroom environments for children in early childhood education.
The goals of IGE are to test innovative approaches to graduate education and to generate the knowledge required to move these approaches into the broader community.
This project is an investigation of how and for whom the Positive Action social emotional & character development program has its effects on student behavior and academic achievement.
The purpose of the RESET program is to create a special education teacher evaluation system which addresses the needs of the students to provide a better learning experience.
This project is designed to challenge teachers to make their classrooms accessible to students of diverse cultural backgrounds, especially those who are learning English as a second language.
The Idaho Association for the Education of Young Children (Idaho AEYC) is thrilled to be the recipient of the federal Preschool Development Grant Birth through Five (PDG B-5). The one-year grant will focus on research, planning, collaboration and coordination on early childhood systems across the state.
STAC is a copyrighted brief bullying intervention program for schools that teaches students to act as “defenders” on behalf of targets of bullying. STAC stands for the four bullying intervention strategies: “Stealing the Show,” “Turning it Over,” “Accompanying Others,” and “Coaching Compassion.”
The V-M2Ed conference brought together researchers (including graduate students) from different theoretical and methodological perspectives to contextualize current conceptions of validity within the field of mathematics education.
The purpose of this program is to equip students and faculty with real-world skills and experience in wind energy applications.