T&L Grants - How to Apply

October 06, 2011
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Smaller teaching and learning grants ($3K and under) are funded on a continuous basis, with no specific application deadlines, and are limited only by the allocated funds for each year. Larger grants are awarded on a competitive basis and adhere to bi-annual application deadlines. For more information, visit www.sfu.ca/teachlearn/tlgrants.html.

CHARLES BINGHAM
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Evaluating Leadership Experience in Student-Led Cohorts
$2,940

ADRIENNE BURK & DARA CULHANE
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY
Exploring Student Learning in Anthropological Ethnographic Methods
$3,050

SUSAN CLEMENTS-VIVIAN
SCHOOL OF INTERACTIVE ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY
Performance and participation in medium sixed (72 students) lecture courses
$2,572.40

ATOUSA HAJSHIRMOHAMMADI
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE
Incorporating Experiential Learning in Lower Level Engineering Science Courses
$2,800

SARAH JOHNSON
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS
A Study of the Implementation of Interactive Lecture Demonstrations Using iClickers
$2,400

STEVE KLINE
SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION
A formative evaluation of the revisions to CMNS 363 as a research design course.
$3,000

MARY-ELLEN KELM
DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY
Interactive, Engaged Discussion in History
$2,960

CAROLYN MAMCHUR
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Reflexivity in Online Distance Education
$3,000

JOAN SHARP
DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY
Assessing student learning gain and attitudinal changebfollowing learning objective driven revision of a major’s biology laboratory course
$2,900

CAROLYN SPARREY
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE
Developing a virtual lab for the study of biomechanical engineering.
$2,000

GLENN CHAPMAN & ASH PARAMESWARAN
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE
Enhancing Student learning
with Tools to Generate
Multiple Problem Sets
$9,600

KAMAL GUPTA
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE
Experiential Learning via Hands on Robotics Engineering and Programming for Senior Undergraduates
$8,820

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