ITLE Year 2 One Campus, Many Views Grants
Schooling in Nebraska's Demographically Transitioning Communities ($15,000)
Jenelle Reeve and Edmund T. Hamann
Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education
Through a partnership with undergraduates, in-service teachers and the department, this initiative is poised to start a discussion on immigration and English as second language populations.
Funds will create and support mentor relationships between teachers who work in linguistically challenging settings and undergraduate teacher candidates.
The first phase will involve recruiting mentoring teachers from two new graduate-level courses in summer 2006. Each course will meet simultaneously in three sites: Lincoln, Lexington and Columbus/Norfolk, chosen for their high numbers of immigrant and second-language students. This project will help our undergraduate students better understand linguistic and cultural diversity and Nebraska's emerging population of immigrant families and students.
PREPARING ITLE-5 PROPOSALS
- Two proposals win funding - see our March newsletter.
- Call for Proposals - due to deans Oct. 17, 2008.
- Deadline for Deans to submit Year 5 ITLE proposals from their colleges was Oct. 28, 2008.
- Scarlet Announcement of Year 4 Awards
- Read more about the Year 4 grants
- Year 4 Overview
- Application Information
- Teaching and Learning Exposition - Thursday, March 29, 2007
- Proposal Assistance
- Podcasts are now available from Chris Thaiss' presentation on supporting student writing within and across the disciplines. This session is intended to help faculty prepare strong proposals for the ITLE-4 competition and help us all explore how we might better support undergraduate writing.
- Year 2 Overview
- Grants Defined
- Projects Funded
- Advising for Success
- One Campus, Many Views
- Program Innovation
- Teaching Fellows