COE

Current & Past Funded Grants

 

Sponsor Grant Title & Funding Period Project Directors & Others Involved Synopsis
 National Science Foundation Collaborative Research: CS10K: Access S10K: Including Students with Disabilities in Computing Education for the Twenty-First Century.
9/1/2014 – 7/31/2017
$474,698
Antonio Gutierrez-Georgia Southern The primary goal is to increase the successful participation of students with disabilities in Exploring Computer Science (ESC) and Computer Science Principles (CSP) courses through educator professional development and the development of curricula and tools for students with disabilities in those courses.
 National Science Foundation Learning Theory and Analytics as Guides to Improve Undergraduate STEM Education
10/1/2014 – 9/30/2017
$499,973
Antonio Gutierrez-Georgia Southern Using learning management systems (LMS) software and research on learning to identify and improve STEM undergraduates’ learning behaviors, motivations, and outcomes.
Georgia MSP program Project RAMP- Raising Academic Measures of Progress.
2014-2016
$611,765
Robert Mays-Georgia Southern; Liberty County Schools. The primary goal of RAMP is to increase 6-12 science and mathematics teachers’ content knowledge so they can engage students in real life STEM activities.
Georgia MSP program  Mathematics and Science Partnership Program.
$703,326
Robert Mays-Georgia Southern; Richmond County School system Mathematics and Science Partnership Program. The goals of the program are to increase mathematics and science achievement of all students, deepen participating teachers’ content knowledge, implement approaches that will engage students in STEM, and build a cadre of mathematics and science teacher leader/coaches with strong content knowledge.
COE Research Committee, Faculty Seed Grant Preparing Literacy Educators and Action Researchers
1/1/2014 – 6/30/14
$4,984
Christine Draper The project will critically analyze preservice teachers’ perceptions of graphic novels and how these texts can be utilized to re-engage young adolescents with reading in the content areas. There is also a focus on training preservice teachers in action research.
U.S. Dept. of Education to the University of Oregon which has subawarded to Georgia Southern Project ESCOLAR: Etext Supports for Collaborative Online Learning and Academic Reading
10/01/2013 – 09/30/2018
$80,941 Year 1 (est. total award of $304,725 over 5 year period)
PI Georgia Southern – Alejandro Gallard The purpose of the project is to help middle school students with learning disabilities learn science content with online sources. Part of the project will focus on Latina/o populations.
NSF Collaborative: Developing an Instrument for Measuring Student Innovative Engagement
July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2015
$199,740.00
PI – Jonathan C. Hilpert, Georgia Southern; Co-PIs – Jenefer Husman and Sarah K. Brem, Arizona State University The purpose of the project is to study the cognitive processes related to collaborative engagement in innovation.
Board of Regents, Improving Teacher Quality Grants Program Blue Bloods and Red Knots of Sapelo Island: An inquiry Into Interdependence
2014
Missy Bennett, Fred Rich The goals of this week-long summer science course, with spring preview and fall follow-up are to enhance the content knowledge and pedagogy of Georgia public school science teachers at the middle and high school levels in the area of ecology as they become acquainted with the interdependence of Atlantic Horseshoe Crabs and the migratory Red Knot shorebird of Sapelo Island, Georgia. Focused on High Need LEAs in: Douglas County, Grady County, Jenkins County, Thomasville City  Schools.
Board of Regents, Improving Teacher Quality Grants Program From Place to People: An Inquiry Based Teacher Training in Social Studies at Garden of the Coastal Plain
2014
Jonathan Bryant, Christine Draper, Carolyn Altman Places to People, a partnership between Georgia Southern Botanical Garden, Georgia Southern University Department of History, and area districts, including high-need Dublin City Schools, is a popular and effective program designed to meet the extensive need for effective teacher training in social studies education. The project offers PLU credits workshop for teachers of grades 3-5 based on grade specific, GPS targeted units. Focused on High Need LEAs in: Dublin City Schools, Jenkins County
Board of Regents, Improving Teacher Quality Grants Program Savannah River Basin: Problem-based, Place-based STEM
2013
Robert Mayes, Lissa Leege The goals of SRB are to improve STEM content knowledge by engaging teachers in an interdisciplinary study of the Savannah River Basin, translate that knowledge into the classroom by improving teacher practice in implementing real-world, problem-based, place -based pedagogies, and connect to CCGPS and Next Generation Science Standards. Middle and high school STEM teachers will engage with scientists conducting research at the Southeastern Natural Sciences Academy, Ossabaw Island, and the Georgia Southern University Center for Sustainability. The core partners for the project are the LEA Richmond County School District and the Georgia Southern University.
Board of Regents, Improving Teacher Quality Grants Program Teaching Using the Georgia Sea Turtle Center
2013
Marti Schriver, Karen Chassereau, Kelly Vance The overall goal of this summer course is to deepened teachers’ knowledge regarding environmental concerns related to the unique species and habitats of barrier islands of Georgia with a specific focus on endangered species. Focused on High Need LEAs in: Jenkins County, Pulaski County.
Board of Regents, Improving Teacher Quality Grants Program Building Literacy through the Common Core, Conflict Resolution and Empowerment
2013
Sally Brown, Kathy Albertson A group of educators (K-5) from Coffee County School District (a high needs LEA) will participate in an intensive week-long summer institute, Common Core Literacy, Conflict Resolution and Empowerment, offered onsite by Project Co-Directors Drs. Sally Brown and Kathy Albertson. The institute is designed to engage educators in a series of professional learning experiences that (1) deepen content knowledge in the area of literacy and (2) provide strategies for reducing discipline challenges in the classroom that disrupt learning and empower students to do their best work.
Georgia Southern Office of Research Services and Sponsored Programs Research to Practice: Pre-service Teacher Research Initiative
2013-2014
Totals over $10,700.00
Kymberly Drawdy, Meca Williams-Johnson and Kathleen Tootle To provide opportunities for action research projects for pre-service teachers in Bulloch County schools. “Research to Practice” is a year-long problem-based research experience for undergraduate education majors, investigating school improvement challenges.
Georgia Race to the Top Innovation Fund Real STEM
7/1/2012 – 6/30/2014
$703,296.00
Robert Mayes and Tom Koballa Project Real STEM is a Georgia Race to the Top Innovation Fund Enterprise Grant addressing Priority 1: Providing Applied Learning Opportunities to Students.
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Evaluating the Music Education and Boys and Girls Club Partnership
Summer 2012 – Summer 2016
$8,147.30
Dr. Nancy Arrington, Dept. Teaching & Learning; Dr. Sabrina Ross, Dept. of Curriculum, Foundations, and Reading; Dr. Meca Williams-Johnson, Dept. of Curriculum, Foundations, and Reading The charge of this evaluation team includes measuring the goals and outcomes as set forth by the Music Education program proposal; and to determine the level of impact of the students’ participation in the music partnership.
Board of Regents, Improving Teacher Quality Grants Program Ecology of Coastal Georgia: Barrier Islands, rivers, and swamps
2012
$62,298
Dr. Missy Bennett and Dr. Fred Rich A summer science course designed to enhance the content knowledge and pedagogy of Georgia public school science teachers in the area of ecology as they become acquainted with the unique ecosystems of Georgia’s coastal areas.
Board of Regents, Improving Teacher Quality Grants Program Reading for Empowerment and Conflict Resolution: A Journey for Students
4/1/2012 – 4/1/2013
$35,357
Dr. Sally Brown and Dr. Sabrina Ross An intensive week-long Summer Institute offered onsite for K-5 educators from Glynn County Schools.
Board of Regents, Improving Teacher Quality Grants Program Problem-based Learning and Common Core Standards for Mathematics
2/1/2012 – 1/30/2013
$35,529
Dr. Charles B. Hodges The goal of the project is to prepare Glynn County teachers to create and utilize authentic, mathematics learning experiences, which incorporate the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and available instructional technologies.
National Science Foundation New GK-12: Molecular Biology Initiative in Rural Southeast Georgia
4/1/11-3/31/12
($489,517 – College of Science and Technology)
Laura Regassa (COST), PI; Missy Bennett (COE), Bret Danilowicz, Stephen Vives Improve training for graduate students through outreach to local schools.
US Department of Education; University of Georgia Ecology of a Freshwater Swamp: Exploring the Okefenokee 2011
2/1/11-5/31/12
$56,722
Missy Bennett, Fredrick Rich (COST) Teacher workshop.
US Department of Education; University of Georgia Using the Georgia Sea Turtle Center to Build Teacher’s Understanding of Sea Turtles
2/1/11-5/31/14
$54,444
Martha Schriver
Karen Chassereau
Teacher workshops.
Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA),
United States Department of State. Administered by the International Research & Exchanges
Board (IREX)
Edmund S. Muskie Graduate Fellowship
8/1/10-5/30/11
$6,644 and $825
Deborah Thomas, PI; Nancy Shumaker, Co-PI Fellowship program for graduate student.
Georgia Department of Education Implementing Math I and II in Heart of Georgia RESA School Districts
7/1/10-6/30/11
$124,805
Gregory Chamblee, PI; Sharon Taylor, Co-PI Teacher training.
Georgia Department of Education Implementing Math I and II in Heart of Georgia RESA School Districts
7/1/10-9/30/10
$32,498
Gregory Chamblee, PI; Sharon Taylor, Co-PI Teacher training.
National Science Foundation
New GK-12: Molecular Biology Initiative in Rural Southeast Georgia

4/1/10-3/31/11
($493,293 – College of Science and Technology)
Laura Regassa (COST), PI;Missy Bennett (COE), Bret Danilowicz, Stephen Vives Improve training for graduate students through outreach to local schools, where they will learn better communication skills, leadership skills and an appreciation for K-12 educational issues. Meanwhile, the high school teachers and students will benefit from additional resources for curriculum enhancements.
US Department of Education; University of Georgia Ecology of a Freshwater Swamp: Exploring the Okefenokee 2010
3/15/10-9/15/11
$22,500
Missy Bennett Fredrick Rich (COST) Teacher workshop.
National Science Foundation/Georgia Institute of Technology Partnership for Reform in Science and Mathematics (PRISM)
10/1/09-9/30/10
$89,151
Dianne Bath, PI An initiative of the University System of Georgia designed to increase science and mathematics achievement for all P-12 students in order to improve their readiness for post-secondary education and careers by enhancing teacher quality, raising expectations for all stakeholders, and closing achievement gaps.
Georgia Professional Standards Commission Georgia Southern University Global Education Policy Research Collaborative8/24/09-7/31/10$32,304 Brenda Marina, PI; Cindi Chance, Co-PI Global education collaborative
Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA), U.S. Dept. of State, administered by the International Research & Exchanges Board (IREX) 2009 Edmund S. Muskie Graduate Fellowship
8/10/09-7/31/10
$10,626
Deborah Thomas, PI; Nancy Shumaker, Co-PI Fellowship program for graduate student.
Georgia Department of Education Implementing Math I and II in Heart of Georgia RESA School Districts
7/1/08-6/30/10
$123,565
Gregory Chamblee, PI; Sharon Taylor, Co-PI Teacher training.
National Science Foundation
New GK-12: Molecular Biology Initiative in Rural Southeast Georgia

4/1/09-3/31/10
($334,833 –
College of Science and Technology)
Laura Regassa (COST), PI;Missy Bennett (COE), Bret Danilowicz, Stephen Vives Improve training for graduate students through outreach to local schools, where they will learn better communication skills, leadership skills and an appreciation for K-12 educational issues. Meanwhile, the high school teachers and students will benefit from additional resources for curriculum enhancements.
Department of Education/University of Georgia
Standards-based Physical Science for High School Teachers – 2009

3/15/09-3/31/10
$35,037
Missy Bennett, PI; Jeffrey Orvis, Elena Gatch, Co-PIs Teacher workshop.
Department of Education/University of Georgia Using the Georgia Sea Turtle Center to Build Teacher Understanding of Sea Turtles and Rehabilitation
3/15/09-12/31/09
$33,930
Kenneth Clark, PI; Marti Schriver, Co-PI Using the Georgia Sea Turtle Center to build teacher understanding of sea turtles and rehabilitation.
National Science Fdn/Georgia Institute of Technology Partnership for Reform in Science and Mathematics (PRISM) – Teacher Leader Program
1/1/09-9/30/09
$55,000
Dianne Bath, PI Teacher Leader Program
International Research & Exchanges Board/IEP 2008 Edmund S. Muskie Graduate Fellowship
8/1/08 – 7/31/10
$5,220
Deborah Thomas, PI; Nancy Shumaker, Co-PI Fellowship program for graduate student.
Teacher Quality Higher Ed Program Standards-Based Physical Science for High School Teachers
3/15/08 – 5/31/09
$24,511
Missy Bennett, PI; J. Orvis and D. Gatch, Co-PI’s Graduate-level teacher workshop.
Teacher Quality Higher Ed Program Using the Georgia Sea Turtle Center to Build Teacher Understanding of Sea Turtles & Rehabilitation
3/15/08 – 12/31/08
$24,282
Kenneth Clark, PI; Marti Schriver, Co-PI Graduate-level teacher workshops.
International Research & Exchanges Board/International Educators Program (IEP) International Leadership in Education Program (ILEP)
1/7/08 – 5/30/08
$124,721
Jennie Rakestraw, PI; Cordelia Zinskie and Judi Repman, Co-PI’s The ILEP brings outstanding secondary teachers from the Near East, South Asia and Southeast Asia to the United States to further develop expertise in their subject areas, enhance their teaching skills, and increase their knowledge about the United States. ILEP is a program of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the US Department of State.
University of Georgia (Federal Source) Standards-Based Physical Science for High School Teachers
3/15/07 – 6/30/08
$34,512
Missy Bennett, PI The goals of this workshop are to enhance current physical science content and to further develop appropriate teaching strategies for high school physical science teachers; therefore, the overall goal is the development of pedagogical content knowledge. Additionally, instruction on teaching strategies appropriate to targeted sub-groups will further enhance the ability of teachers to bring about high levels of learning in students. Sustained contact by web-posted reflections of participants on a listserv will enhance the experience of teachers by providing a venue for reflection, trouble-shooting and sharing experiences.
Georgia Department of Education/Heart of Georgia RESA Implementing Middle Grade GPS in Heart of Georgia
7/1/2005-8/30/2008
$161,878
Gregory Chamblee
Marti Schriver, Co PI
Heart of Georgia RESA teachers professional development
National Science Foundation Partnership for Reform in Science and Mathematics (PRISM)
2003-2008
$5,091,350
Jan Kettelwell, BOR;
Fred Rich, Co-Principal Investigator at Georgia Southern;Debbie Walker/Penny Sikes, P-12 Coordinator at Georgia Southern
PRISM seeks to increase science and mathematics achievement through providing challenging science and mathematics curricula for all students; raising public awareness of the need for all students to complete the challenging curricula; increasing and sustaining the number, quality, and diversity of P-12 teachers teaching science and mathematics (particularly in high-need schools); and increasing the responsiveness of higher education to the needs of schools. To increase student achievement, changes in practice are emphasized within four regional partnerships, and in state policies that stretch the magnitude of changes adopted locally and help them get traction.
Georgia Institute of Technology (Federal Source) PRISM Satellite
7/1/04-10/31/07
$223,810
Jennie Rakestraw Supports the goals of the PRISM grant and runs the duration of that grant (5 years). The PRISM Satellite grant focuses on (a) increasing the number of diversity of P-12 science and math teachers in teacher preparation programs, (b) preparing P-12 science and math teachers with sufficient content knowledge to teach the new Georgia Performance Standards effectively to all students, (c) preparing preservice P-12 science and math teachers to effectively use standards-based teaching strategies and assessments, (d) provide for the effective induction of new P-12 science and math teachers in teaching through field experiences, internships, and mentoring, and (e) collaborating with school districts in inservice P-12 science and math teacher professional development, especially as it relates to GPS implementation.
Georgia Institute of Technology (U.S. Dept. of Education) Transition to Teaching
10/01/03-09/30/07
$236,164; No Cost Extension through 6/30/08
Stephanie Kenney, Susan Cason; Bulloch, Candler, Emanuel, Evans, and Jefferson Counties This USG Teacher Recruitment Plan, which is Phase II of Georgia’s P-16 Teacher Quality Plan, defines recruitment as the identification, preparation, placement, induction, and retention of increased numbers, quality, and diversity of teacher, with special emphasis on high-need schools.
International Research and Exchange Board (IREX) and U.S. Department of Education IEP – International Educators Program,
1/1/07-6/18/07
$72,955
Ming Fang He This program supported professional development experiences for 14 international P-12 educators in residence at Georgia Southern. Experiences included a seminar titled Teachers as Reflective Practitioners and Curriculum Planners for Diverse Learners, field experiences in high school classrooms, the opportunity to audit Georgia Southern graduate classes, attendance at cultural performances, and trips to sites in Georgia and southeast U.S. The program provided a significant number of students, faculty, and staff opportunities to interact with and learn from these international visitors.
Georgia State University Project SCEI’s Babies Can’t Wait
1/1/06-9/30/07
$17,450
Diana Hammitte Instruction grant.
Lincoln Educational Services Lincoln Educational Services Project
02/15/05-06/1/07
$72,000
Charles Reavis This project produces computer-based lessons on teaching, targeted toward instructors in technical institutes. The project anticipates that improved instruction will reduce student failure/drop-out rates and increase employability
PSC Georgia Teacher Alternative Preparation Program (GATAPP)
5/1/03-5/31/07
$12,000
Susan Cason Alternative teacher preparation.
Georgia Southern University; Institute for Educational Inquiry (NNER) Campus Life Enrichment Committee Department Lecture Series
3/1/06-3/4/06

$1,491
Gregory Chamblee Jeff Campbell, founder of Colorado Hip Hop organization, will speak to campus community, general public, preservice teachers, and local schools on Hip-Hop education issues.
FIPSE 2004 Professional Development District: P-16 Partnership for Teaching/Learning Renewal
2003-2006
$489,426
Kelly Tharp, Project Director;
with Screven County Schools
This project will address the following critical problems facing education–preschool through doctoral: 1) the significant gap in the academic performance between minority students when compared to non-minority peers, and between low SES students when compared with their more advantaged peers; and, 2) the need for all teacher education candidates to posses the knowledge, skills and dispositions that will enable them to teach all children and to understand how ‘the system’ is failing some youth. This proposed project will address these problems through the development of the first comprehensive Professional Development District (PDD) in the United States.”
Georgia Tech PRISM Sub-grant to Support Strategy 10
10/1/05-9/30/06
$9,475
Cindi Chance Support Strategy 10
Heart of Georgia RESA Georgia Mathematics and Science Partnership
08/01/05-07/31/06
$53,379
Gregory Chamblee (PI), Marti Schriver (COE); Sharon Taylor (COST); Lissa Leege (COST) Grant activities with Grade 7 mathematics and science teachers in the Heart of Georgia RESA service area. Activities include a seven-day summer academy for these teachers along with pre- and post-academy online professional learning communities for the teachers.
Georgia Department of Education Georgia Mathematics and Science Project
08/01/04-07/31/05
$53,379
Gregory Chamblee (PI); Marti Schriver (COE); James Darrell (COST); Lynne Groover (COST) Grant activities with Grade 6 mathematics and science teachers in the Heart of Georgia RESA service area. Activities include a seven-day summer academy for these teachers along with pre- and post-academy online professional learning communities for the teachers.
University of Georgia (U.S. Dept. of Ed.) Teaching Geometry in the Middle Grades: Modeling a Hands-on Approach to Middle Grade Teachers
03/25/04-06/30/05
$26,459
Gregory Chamblee (PI); Susie Lanier (COST) Grant activities focused on teaching middle grade (grades 6-8) geometry in the Heart of Georgia RESA service area. Activities will include a summer academy for teachers along with professional development activities in participants schools.
Board of Regents Improving Access to Degree Programs for Non-Traditional Students, Paraprofessional Training & Track to Teaching
2002-2005
$200,000
Stephanie Kenney, Susan Cason, Middle Georgia College, Heart of Georgia RESA, 3 school systems To improve access to degree programs for non-traditional students in Georgia. Georgia Southern will develop a program geared towards public school paraprofessional and eligible non-certified school employees or prospective school employees to attain a B.S.Ed. in Special Education over an extended time frame at an off-campus site.
NSF A Comprehensive Plan to Improve Mineral Science Instruction Using Project-based Learning and XRD Analysis at Georgia Southern University (COST)
7/03-6/05
$104,445
Pranoti M. Asher(COST), Kelly Vance (COST), Steve Jenkins (COE) Effective delivery of science education utilizes hands-on research, field studies, or laboratory work in which the student is the primary investigator. The purchase of a Rigaku Miniflex XRD system will permit students to investigate industrial mineral applications and evaluate mineral hazards and construction materials.
NNER Implementation Grant – Developing Networks in the Portal School Attendance Zone
7/1/03-12/30/05
$20,000
Gregory Chamblee Implement Developing Networks in the Portal School Attendance Zone [Planning Grant] findings.
Board of Regents Teacher Recruitment Plan within the Georgia P-16 Initiative
2002-2005
$90,821
Stephanie Kenney, Susan Cason; Bulloch, Candler, Emanuel, Evans, and Jefferson Counties This USG Teacher Recruitment Plan, which is Phase II of Georgia’s P-16 Teacher Quality Plan, defines recruitment as the identification, preparation, placement, induction, and retention of increased numbers, quality, and diversity of teacher, with special emphasis on high-need schools.
Board of Regents Technology Funds
2003-2004
$30,000
Kent Rittschof, Pam Peaster Technology to be used to remotely conference with teachers in-training and allow digital video recording for candidate self-evaluation and electronic portfolio use. This will take two forms: video streaming via the Internet & digital video recording.
PRISM, East Central Region Mini Grant
2003-2004
$4,918
Dana Sparkman, Gregory Chamblee, T. Mills, C. Kent Enhancing problem-solving abilities of second, third, fourth, and fifth grade mathematics students at Screven County Elementary School.
PRISM, East Central Region Mini Grant
2003-2004
$5,000
Sharon Taylor, Donna Saye, & Gregory Chamblee Using peer leaders in college algebra to improve college algebra and Praxis II pass rates.
Eisenhower Act – Project CDPTR Helping P-5 Math Teachers Modify Instruction
3/01/03-6/30/04
$49,629
Gregory Chamblee, Alice Hosticka, Gale Watson; Bulloch and Screven Counties The purposes of this project are to create P-2 and 3-5 mathematics teacher-leaders at five Georgia Southern University partner elementary (P-5) schools (twelve total) and to hold a regional conference on meeting the needs of all elementary mathematics students.
The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE)- Microsoft Innovative Teachers Program Innovative Teachers Grant
2002-2004
$3-4 million in software awarded
Kim Ruebel, Caren Town To create a virtual learning community of practice and expertise. Software awarded, which exceeds one million dollars, will support collaborative work among all Georgia Southern colleges and the grant’s partner districts (Bulloch, Candler, Effingham and Screven). It will enhance communication among all users (students, teachers, administrators, university faculty, and parents) as well as serve as a repository of peer-reviewed effective instructional plans and materials.
Georgia Department of Human Resources Project Skilled Credentialed Early Interventionists
10/1/03 – 9/30/04
$12,000
Diana Hammitte, Betty Nelson To conduct quarterly meetings of the Project SCEIs consortium to coordinate all training and contract activities, and to ensure that they reflect program and division policy.
Georgia Vocational Staff Development Consortium, Inc. Introduction to Content…RVI
10/2003 – 12/2004
$13,000
Stephanie Kenny To provide staff development workshop(s) for personnel from GVSDC member systems and other organizations who satisfy GVSDC’s participation requirements.
Georgia Vocational Staff Development Consortium, Inc. Introduction to Content…CVAE
10/2003 – 12/2004
$13,000
Stephanie Kenny To provide staff development workshop(s) for personnel from GVSDC member systems and other organizations who satisfy GVSDC’s participation requirements.
Eisenhower Act Teaching Algebra to Grade 4-8 Students
2003-2004
$11,141
Gregory Chamblee, Sharon Taylor; First District RESA The purpose of this project is to strengthen middle grade certified mathematics teachers’ understanding of algebra concepts and to increase the instructional strategies they use to teach algebra.
BOR TK20/PSC BOR Grant- Service Level Agreement Between BOR & Georgia Southern
5/03-11/03
$20,000
Sybil Fickle Service Level Agreement with BOR to arrange TK20 Exploratory Meetings
International Paper Teachers Environmental Science Society and Industry (TESSI)
Summer 2003
$25,500
Marti Schriver, Jim Darrell International Paper and Georgia Southern University’s College of Education have developed a summer institute designed for teachers, grades 4-12, focusing on increasing their knowledge of environmental science and its application to industry.
NNER Developing Networks in the Portal School Attendance Zone [Planning Grant]
11/01/02-6/30/03
$10,200
Gregory Chamblee To develop a community, K-12, and university partnership whose purpose was to work on meeting the education needs of Portal, GA, school attendance zone.
NNER Arts Grant
2002-2003
$2,200
Ming Fang He, Jane Hudak Faculty to attend a Regional Symposium sponsored by NNER settings that have been participating in the Institute’s Arts in Teaching and Teacher Education Initiative.
Special Education Subcontract from Georgia State University Project Skilled Credentialed Early Interventionists
9/02-9/03
$12,000
Diana Hammitte, Betty Nelson, Georgia State University To support research on the project Skilled Credentialed Early Interventions.
University of Georgia (U.S. Dept. of Ed.- Eisenhower Grant) Teaching Algebra to Grade 4-8 Students
3/01/02-6/30/03
$10,542
Gregory Chamblee (PI); Sharon Taylor (COST) To strengthen Heart of Georgia RESA middle grade certified mathematics teachers’ understanding of algebra concepts and to increase the instructional strategies they use to teach algebra.
Georgia Southern Faculty Research Stipend
Spring 2003
Elaine Clift Gore Stipend for Writing a Place to Belong: Houston’s High School for the Performing and Visual Arts
Georgia Regional ICAPP Planning Economic and Educational Strategies for Portal, GA
Spring 2002
$35,000
Gregory Chamblee To work with the Portal Willow-Hill Community Development Center to fully implement its non-profit charter.
Board of Regents Mathematics for Teachers
2001-2002
$5,000
Gregory Chamblee, Alice Hosticka, Sharon Taylor The purpose of this project is to enhance the effectiveness of the joint College of Education and College of Science and Technology Spring 2002 ASSCU initiative to document the algebra competencies P-8 teacher candidates master in College Algebra and the attitudes they bring to college about the teaching of mathematics.

Last updated: 12/1/2015

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