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Professional Development School (PDS) Research
Dissertation Scholar Award 

Sponsored by the PDS Research SIG of the 
American Educational Research Association (AERA)

Purpose:

To encourage collaborative dissertation research in P-12 schools between P-12 faculty and administration and university teacher preparation programs on important problems of practice, professional development, and student outcomes in PDS settings. To provide support by providing a stipend (amount to be determined) to doctoral student researchers conducting dissertation research on some aspect of PDS efforts. The winner of this award will be introduced to the AERA PDS Research SIG community and will share her/his research at the SIG’s business meeting at the 2015 AERA Annual Meeting, and, if her/his proposal has also been accepted for presentation at the Annual Meeting, in a separately scheduled session that will be advertised to the PDS Research SIG membership.

Deadline:

January 15, 2016

Submit your applications electronically to Jeanne Tunks at: Jeanne.Tunks@unt.edu


Professional Development School (PDS) Research
Claudia A. Balach Teacher Researcher Award 

Sponsored by the PDS Research SIG of the 
American Educational Research Association (AERA)

Purpose: To encourage collaborative research in P-12 schools between P-12 faculty and administration and university teacher preparation programs on important problems of practice, professional development, and student outcomes. To provide support to P-12 researchers who will be introduced to the AERA PDS Research community and will present their research at the 2013 Annual Meeting of AERA.

Deadline:  July 22, 2016

Submit your applications electronically to Committee Members: Jeanne Tunks at Jeanne.Tunks@unt.edu and Linda A. Catelli at CatelliL@dowling.edu

 
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