Do you read the literature on teaching in your field, attend conferences in your discipline, and consult colleagues for best practices? Are you a curious instructor who likes to explore new instructional models? If so, maybe it’s time to shift gears and use your inquisitive mind to produce scholarship about teaching and learning.
The Maricopa Institute for Learning Research Fellowship is an opportunity to receive support for developing a project to implement in your classroom. Through this Fellowship, you will explore evidenced-based practices, design and implement a research study to consider its effectiveness, and after reflection be able to contribute to the body of scholarship of teaching and learning. Join your colleagues to engage in a year-long program of professional growth to illuminate critical moments of practice.
The Maricopa Institute for Learning Research Fellowship (MILRF) provides up to six (6) residential faculty with an opportunity to investigate significant issues about teaching and learning in their fields. The program is designed to give each Fellow the time, resources, and environment to conduct their research. Its secondary purpose is to create a community of scholars that will engage in conversations about the scholarship of teaching and learning.
To learn more about the program and/or discuss an idea for a proposal, please consider participating in the MILRF Information Session facilitated by Dr. Amy Marin, Residential Faculty at Phoenix College and District Coordinator of the MILRF program.
Date: February 4, 2022
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Location: Virtual via Webex
Summary Due to VPAA: February 18, 2022
Applications Due: March 4, 2022
Notifications: April 2022
If you have any questions about the program and/or application process, please contact the MCLI (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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