NEX is pleased to offer, with the support of the MoE, funding for teacher research and inquiry.
NEX’s aim is to build capability in online teaching & learning through networks of expertise. To help strengthen our collective expertise, we are opening a contestable funding pool for teachers to undertake research or inquiry into online teaching and learning practice.
Teachers can apply for funding for:
- release time to undertake inquiry or research,
- contribution to study fees or resources,
- to present findings at conference
The focus of teacher inquiry or research must be directly relevant to an aspect of teaching and learning online and contribute to a body of knowledge that will inform online teacher practice.
Successful applicants will be expected to:
- write a short research summary highlighting your research or inquiry project, which will be published on our NEX website
- present your research or inquiry to NEX teachers through our social platform or in a NEX webinar
Selection criteria consideration will be given to:
- relevance of study topic & potential impact of findings
- approaches that are innovative and/or collaborative
To make your application email a letter of application to firstname.lastname@example.org, which:
- outlines your proposed research or inquiry focus,
- describes why this is an important focus,
- and explains how your findings may be useful for other teachers or the education sector in general.
- Include a budget that outlines the funding you are requesting and how it will be spent.
Teachers who are requesting release time, these funds can be paid directly to the school. Receipts and invoices will be needed as evidence of how funds are spent. Applicants can apply for up to $1500.
Please address any questions to email@example.com
Applications close Monday 11th March
By Rachel Whalley