Transforming Learning: Seed grants for research on K-12 education in the time of COVID-19
Stanford Graduate School of Education
Seed grants up to $75,000
Academic Council Faculty
Applications closed on July 20, 2020
Seed grants for research on K-12 education in the time of COVID-19
As part of the Long Range Vision, Transforming Learning (TL) emphasizes a student-centered approach to the science and design of learning experiences. The Strategic Digital Learning Initiative within TL is pleased to announce seed grants of up to $75,000.
COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on K-12 school systems, and it has brought into sharp relief inequities in opportunity and access. Schools, teachers, parents, children, health, and service providers all want solutions. In the likely near future, most K-12 schools will depend heavily on remote learning. This presents tremendous challenges for children, parents, and educators. It also creates tremendous challenges for the wrap-around services that schools provide to children, families, and communities.
The seed grants will support research and design efforts to help the stakeholders in a quality K-12 educational system during the time of COVID-19 and beyond. There is a preference for proposals that strategically incorporate innovative uses of digital technologies. There is also a preference for proposals that include faculty from more than one school or department, though this is not a hard constraint.
The proposal is open to all PI-eligible faculty.
We will work to help you find K-12 partner schools, if needed.
To submit a proposal, please answer the following questions in a short format. If there is a need for more information or clarification, the reviewing committee will reach out. Due Date July 20.