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Institute for Research on Teaching & Learning (IRTL)

The Institute for Research on Teaching and Learning (IRTL) assists faculty across the College of Education in preparing grant applications to external/internal funding agencies and supports the research interests and activities of the faculty of the College. The support may consist of budget development, interpreting the Request for Proposal (RFP), completing essential forms, obtaining University sign offs, and submission via electronic application processes. IRTL staff will serve as the liaison with MSU’s Contract & Grant Administration, other MSU departments, and the funding agency.


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Recent Awards

William Schmidt  Helmsley Charitable Trust
Supporting Teachers' Implementation of the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics: The Navigator

Josh Plavnick  Michigan Department of Community Health
Autism Spectrum Disorders - How Michigan State University Can Make a Difference

Robert Floden  University of Denver / National Science Foundation
Early Childhood Education in the Context of Mathematics, Science, and Literacy (amendment)

Barbara Markle / Daniel Schultz  Michigan Association of School Administrators / Michigan Department of Education
Continuation and Implementation of MI Excel Content Coaching Training Program (Coaching 101) Project

Anne-Lise Halvorsen  University of Michigan / George Lucas Educational Foundation
Supplement to Increase the Sample Size of Project PLACE

Marilyn Amey  National Science Foundation
Request for Supplemental Funding: Partnerships for Adaptation, Implementation and Dissemination (PAID): An Analysis of NSF ADVANCE Programs

Barbara Markle  The Skillman Foundation
Adolescent Accelerated Reading Initiative (AARI)

Daniel Gould  U.S. Tennis Association
USTA Mentoring Project

Amy Parks  National Science Foundation
Smarter together working conference: Developing a shared curriculum of Complex Instruction for elementary mathematics methods courses

Aman Yadav  National Science Foundation
CS 10K: Leading the Way to CS10K: Assessing a Just-in-Time Professional Development Approach to Teacher Knowledge Growth in Computer Science

Kenneth Frank / Kristen Bieda  National Science Foundation
Supplement - How Novice Elementary Teachers' Social Networks Affect Ambitious Math Instruction in the Current Evaluation Climate

Barbara Markle / Daniel Schultz  Michigan Association of School Administrators / Michigan Department of Education
Coaching 101 and Statewide System of Support - Intervention Specialists and District Improvement Facilitators

Scott Imberman  Russell Sage Foundation
Does Attending an Elite University Help Low Income Students? Evidence from the Texas Longhorn and Texas A&M Century Scholars Programs

Amy Parks  National Science Foundation
CAREER: Examining the role of context in the mathematical learning of young children

Lisa Linnenbrink Garcia  Duke University / National Institutes of Health
Self-Generated Research Experiences to Support Biomedical/Behavioral Research Careers

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