GRANTS & RESEARCH
With the support of external grants and campus partnerships--including the Division of Graduate Studies and the Division of Student Success--CITL is a hub for research on teaching and learning embedded in practice.
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PARTNERING WITH US ON A GRANT
- If CITL personnel are being asked to serve as co-PI or collaborators, please allow at least four weeks. Our preference is to be engaged in the grant planning from the beginning.
- Please allow at least two weeks to request a letter of support (copy of narrative required).
- We are happy to consult at any point in your grant proposal process.
- We do not provide services as external evaluators on program grants.
GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH PROJECTS
SUPPORTING MULTILINGUAL LEARNERS
Nicole VanderMeerDuring the Spring 2018 quarter, Nicole VanderMeer initiated the development of a workshop aimed at supporting instructors across disciplines to support English Language Learners and Multi-Language Learners in a variety of classroom settings.
UNIVERSAL DESIGN FOR LEARNING
EVALUATION OF TEACHING
GRADUATE STUDENT WRITING SUPPORT
Nadia's project comprehensively assessed graduate student writing support needs, reviewed existing programs within California and nationally, evaluated various online tools, and identified gaps.