As an integral participant in DIG's Cohort #2 Action Research Learning Community, you will dive into the Art of Being Curious! Throughout the 2022-2023 school year, you will study your student's academic and personal growth by asking them intriguing questions.
Funded by a National Art Education Foundation Research Grant, DIG's Learning-How-to-Learn approach aims to offer engaging pathways to creative problem-solving. Building on your own curriculum and pace, you will embed DIG-provided learning strategies and protocols that are well-researched and anchored in the learning sciences.
COHORT #2 SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS
Doris Wells-Papanek, email@example.com
Cindy Todd, firstname.lastname@example.org
June Krinsky-Rudder, email@example.com
Purpose – The purpose of the study is to assess the impact that the strategies, protocols, and challenging problem sets have on student learning—without fear of failure. We aim to measure your student's academic and personal growth via ongoing feedback loops. All student identifier data will remain anonymous.
Intended Outcomes – As creative problem-solvers, your students will learn to:
Study Responsibilities – As an action researcher, you will:
Stipend Requirements and Details – To be eligible for a $500 stipend: