We are pleased to announce our newest LITE Seed Grant recipients whose projects will begin January 1, 2021.
- Assessing a modified version of the Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire as a student development tool, Erin Gagnon-Jobidon and Jhotisha Mugon
- Development and Assessment of a Training Workshop on Intellectual Property Literacy, Wayne Chang, Ada Hurst, Chris Rennick, Esteban Veintimilla, and Jenn Coggan
- Lights, Camera, Reaction! Creating an online learning experience using environmental films and reflective communication through viewer-response strategies, Simon Courtenay and Shefaza Esmail
- Long-term study groups in a remote teaching classroom as a way to promote connectedness, cooperative learning and effective study skills, Marcel Pinheiro and Jola Gurska
The next round of LITE Seed Grant applications are due February 1, 2021. With funding up to $7500, LITE Seed Grants can help you investigate small-scale teaching and learning research projects and attend activities to develop your instructional skills. Consultations with the CTE Research Team are still required and will be held virtually. For your application to be considered, consultations must be held before Friday, January 22.