Innovation Evaluation Application Workshop
15:30–16:30 on 17 October 2017
Schools within our Research School Network are eligible to apply for an IEE Innovation Evaluation Grant. The IEE will award grants to fund pilot evaluations of innovative teaching and learning approaches. These must support the Research Schools Network’s goal of improving the attainment of pupils – especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds. The specific goals of this fund are to increase the evidence base by supporting evaluations of innovations of teaching and learning approaches, communicating the findings among the Research Schools Network, and encouraging applications for larger systematic evaluations of promising approaches. The evaluations will be pilot studies of innovations, not large-scale randomised controlled trials. Nonetheless, there should be a comparison of pupil achievement that will indicate whether or not the intervention has potential. To see examples of projects awarded a grant, please click here.
We will support network schools by offering workshops on planning and submitting applications for this funding. A workshop will be available for each of the three funding rounds each year. The details of the first of these workshops is below:
Venue: Sandringham School, The Ridgeway, St Albans, Hertfordshire AL4 9NX
Target Audience: Primary or secondary teachers who are interested in submitting an Innovation Evaluation Grant application.
Date: 17 October 2017
Led by: Dr Caroline Creaby, Kate Mouncey and Karen Roskilly
Cost: Free of charge4 October 2017
Posted in: Events, Training/CPD
Tags: evidence-based, IEE, Innovation Evaluation Grant