CSforAll + Research-Practice Partnerships Workshop
February 5-6, Los Angeles (co-hosted by UCLA) – registration closed
March 1-2, Chicago (co-hosted by Northwestern) – registration closes February 9
Space is limited! Register now for the March workshop – registration closes February 9.
Back by popular demand! Thinking about forming a research-practice partnership (RPP)? Interested in submitting a proposal to the NSF CS for All RPP program? Join one of our hands-on workshops where you will be introduced to the why, what, and how of forming an RPP. You’ll learn about design-based implementation research approaches, and work with your team to identify research questions and strategies for future project/proposal designs. Additionally, cognizant NSF program officers will present the goals of the CS for All RPP initiative and criteria for competitive proposals. Teams will be accepted on a rolling basis. Travel and hotel costs will be covered.
- February 5-6, 2018: Los Angeles, CA, co-hosted by UCLA
- March 1-2, 2018: Chicago, IL, co-hosted by Northwestern University
The Research + Practice Collaboratory
The Research + Practice Collaboratory is funded by the National Science Foundation. The Collaboratory builds and studies research-practice partnerships, designs events that bring researchers and educators together to tackle pressing problems in STEM education, and creates professional resources that build on perspectives of both research and practice. The Collaboratory works across both formal and informal settings.
For additional information, contact Amy Danielle Pratt (email@example.com), Jan Cuny (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Karen King (email@example.com).