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Call for Proposals – NSF Research and Evaluation on Education in Science and Engineering (REESE) – Due November 15, 2010

Posted by on Tuesday, August 3, 2010 in Grants.

From the National Science Foundation, a call for proposals for the Research and Evaluation on Education in Science and Engineering (REESE) program:

The Research and Evaluation on Education in Science and Engineering (REESE) program seeks to advance research at the frontiers of STEM learning, education, and evaluation, and to provide the foundational knowledge necessary to improve STEM teaching and learning at all educational levels and in all settings. This solicitation calls for four types of proposals—Pathways, Synthesis, Empirical Research, and Large Empirical Research.

The goals of the REESE program are: (1) to catalyze discovery and innovation at the frontiers of STEM learning, education, and evaluation; (2) to stimulate the field to produce high quality and robust research results through the progress of theory, method, and human resources; and (3) to coordinate and transform advances in education, learning research, and evaluation. REESE pursues its mission by developing an interdisciplinary research portfolio focusing on core scientific questions about STEM learning in current and emerging learning contexts, both formal and informal, from childhood through adulthood, and from before school through to graduate school and beyond into the workforce. REESE places particular importance upon the involvement of young investigators in the projects, at doctoral, postdoctoral, and early career stages, as well as the involvement of STEM disciplinary experts. In addition, research questions related to educational research methodology and evaluation are central to the REESE activity.

The NSF expects to award $29 million across 23 to 40 REESE grants. Vanderbilt faculty members interested in science or engineering education research are welcome to talk with CFT staff about possible proposals.

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