New grants for FY2011

by The College of Education  /   Sep 1, 2011

The College of Education is pleased to announce the following new grants received during the 2011 fiscal year. This list does not include continued or renewed grants.As state funding continues to decrease for state universities, we especially rely on grants and other private or alternative sources of funding.

Mathematics Teachers' Decision-Making when Activating Students' Prior Knowledge in Problem-Based Instruction

$18,237

Campus Research Board

Gloriana Gonzalez

 

Investigating the Impact of Uncertainty about Item Parameters in IRT Models

$18,500

Campus Research Board

Jinming Zhang

Implementing Cognitive Diagnosis in Large-Scale Assessment
$65,633
McGraw-Hill Companies
Hua-hua Chang

IPA Agreement
$246,718
National Science Foundation
Sharon Tettegah

The Applied Baccalaureate Degree: An Emerging Pathway to Technician Education
$1,200,000
National Science Foundation
Debra Bragg

Analyzing Partially Observable Computer-Adolescent Networks
$82,352
National Science Foundation
Eyal Amir
Dorothy Espelage

The National Professional and Research Ethics Portal
$4,000,000
National Science Foundation
C. Kristina Gunsalus
Nicholas Burbules

CDI-Type II: Collaborative Research: Groupscope: Instrumenting Research on Interaction Networks in Complex Social Contexts

$1,950,000

National Science Foundation

Marshall S. Poole

 

Human-Automation Relationship Taxonomy
$49,788
Georgia Institute of Technology
Daniel G. Morrow

Preparing Leaders in Education, Access, and Data-based Decision Making in High-Need Schools - Project LEAD

$1,200,000
U.S. Department of Education
Lisa Monda-Amaya, Stacy Dymond, Janet Gaffney, James Halle, Karrie Shogren

Identifying the Relationship Between Gender, Socioeconomic Status, Ethnicity and Omissions: An Analysis of 2009 National Assessment of Educational Progress Data
$18,500
Campus Research Board
Michelle Perry

Increasing Community Membership for Children with Autism and Intellectual Disability: An Ecologically-Based Intervention
$25,000
Campus Research Board
Philip Rodkin

Teacher Inquiry and Collaborative Learning: Supporting School and Direct Change

$52,188

Ball Foundation

Lisa Monda-Amaya

 

The 'Learning Element': A Lesson Planning and Curriculum Documentation Tool for Teachers, Phases 1 & 2
$99,927
U.S. Department of Education
Denice W. Hood

U-learn.net, Phases 1 & 2

$98,594

U.S. Department of Education

Sarah J. McCarthey

 

Promising Practices: An Investigation of I-Promise Student Educational Outcomes
$12,916
Campus Research Board
Denice W. Hood

Increasing Community Membership for Children with Autism and Intellectual Disability: An Ecologically-Based Intervention

$11,012

Campus Research Board

Karrie A. Shogren

 

BBCHS Mathematics Support for Title I Teachers
$30,000
Illinois State Board of Education
George Clifford Reese

BBCHS: Enhancing Education through Technology II (EETT II)

$62,500

Illinois State Board of Education

George Clifford Reese

 

Exploring the Predictors and Outcomes of Self-Determination for Secondary Students with Disabilities by Analyzing NLTS2 Data
$384,323
Institute of Education Sciences
Karrie A. Shogren

Assessing Complex Performance: A Postdoctoral Training Program Researching Students Writing and Assessment in Digital Workspaces

$659,375

Institute of Education Sciences

William Cope, Hua-hua Chang, Sarah McCarthey, Katherine Ryan

 

Qatari students' Interest in, and Attitudes toward, Science (QIAS)
$315,000
College of the North Atlantic-Qatar
Fouad Abd-El-Khalick

Workshop on the Philosophical Foundations of Engineering and Engineering Education
$37,244
National Science Foundation
Russell F. Korte

Elite High Status Schools in Globalizing Circumstances: A Multi-Sited Global Ethnography of Schools in Barbados  

$23,112

Campus Research Board

Cameron McCarthy

 

Network and Online Community Evaluation and Sustainability Plan
$24,954
Lumpkin Family Foundation
Wen-Hao David Huang

Teacher Practices in Elementary and Middle School Classrooms: An Examination of Differences and Implications for Student Academic Adjustment during Early Adolescence

$40,000

The Spencer Foundation

Allison Ryan