Martha Alibali (PI) was awarded $524,049 by the National Science Foundation for the project “Collaborative Research: Fostering Conceptual Understanding and Skill with an Intelligent Tutoring System for Equation Solving through 2021.
Matthew Hora was awarded $25,000 from the University of Wisconsin System for the study of college internships on student outcomes.
Jed Richardson received a $50,000 grant from the Madison Metropolitan School District for a proposal on the AVID/TOPS Program Evaluation Study, through June 2018.
Eric Grodsky, Beth Grau and Katherine Magnuson received a $222,824 grant from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction for the WREN SLDS Supplement project, through September 30, 2019.
Michael Beall (PI), director of Gear Learning, was awarded a sub-contract of $10,000 by the Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium and funded by NASA to create an astrobotany educational gaming system. The sub-contract runs through December 10, 2018.
David Gagnon (PI) received a $100,827 grant from the National Science Foundation for Girl ARTs (Augmented-Reality Targeting Science). The project is subcontracted through the University of Maryland, through July 2020. More
Matthew Hora received a $10,000 grant from Tianjin University in Eastern China for a month-long visit to study college internships early next fall.
Eric Grodsky (co-PI) and Eric Camburn (co-PI) were awarded $395,092 from the Spencer Foundation for "The Madison Education Partnership: Collaborating Around the Transition to Kindergarten" through March 31, 2020,