Action Research Scholars: Project Spotlight
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The goal of the Action Research Scholars program is to inspire and empower UIC instructors to engage in data-informed, reflective teaching practices.
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Meet the scholars from the first cohort of the Janet Riddle Action Research Scholars program, Martina Bode and Shavila Devi, and learn more about their action research project on the impact of COVID-19 on students’ preferences for teaching modalities and outcomes in math courses at UIC.
The goal of the Action Research Scholars program is to inspire and empower UIC instructors to engage in data-informed, reflective teaching practices. Scholars will ask, “How do I know I’m effective in my teaching?” by using a variety of approaches to investigate the various impacts of teaching practices and curricular design on the student learning experience in their courses. This is a year-long professional learning program where scholars will spend the first semester participating in workshops to develop a research project, including completing human subjects research training and obtaining IRB approval, and the second semester on data collection and analysis. If you have any questions about this program, please e-mail email@example.com.