Building KU's Teaching and Learning Community

Course Transformation Grants

Proposals are invited for C21 and TRESTLE* grants to support faculty Course Transformation efforts for Spring and/or Summer 2019. These grants are offered as a part of KU’s course transformation initiative, to support greater use of student-centered, inclusive, evidence-based teaching practices in KU courses. These practices include shifting the basic delivery of information to out-of-class time, and organizing substantial amounts of in-class time around active or collaborative learning (e.g., problem-solving, discussion, case-study analysis, problem- or project-based learning, peer instruction, etc). We are especially interested in applications from teams of faculty working on one more course(s). Additional priorities include undergraduate courses that serve a large number of students or courses that have had a high rate of failure or withdrawal. 

Priority will be given to proposals submitted by Monday, February 4, 2019. Proposals may be submitted after this time but consideration will depend on availability of additional funds. 

See the CFP document below for specific guidelines:

Grant call, Spring 2019

Please upload a brief proposal (with your name, department, and short abstract/summary of your project; total description should be no more than two pages, including a detailed budget). We accept the following file formats: .doc, .docx, .pdf, .jpg, .png, .gif, or .txt.
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