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Project RITE

Project RITE (Research of Instructional Technology in Education) is a grant opportunity for faculty at UT Knoxville and UT Martin to study the impact of using technology-mediated instructional strategies on student learning outcomes. Participants must design and conduct their own research regarding the question of how instructional technology affects student learning. The research pilots/projects should measure the use and effectiveness of technologies intended to enhance both the teaching and learning process.

Project RITE 2015-2016 Program Recipients

UT Knoxville:
Let’s Talk: Increasing Discussion in a Synchronous Online Research Course

Dr. Karee Dunn, Educational Psychology & Counseling

 
UT Martin:
Envisioning History: A Digital Humanities Hybrid Course

Dr. Trisha Capansky, English and Modern Foreign Languages

Enhancing Pre-Service K-12 Teachers’ Science Instructional Strategies Using Technology Integration

Dr. Louis Glover, Educational Studies

Disseminating Instructional Technology Expertise: Creating Accessible Course Materials at UTM – Workshop for Faculty Representatives

Dr. Harriette Spiegel, IT Center, and Tara Tansil-Gentry, Health and Human Performance

Literacy and Numeracy: Enhancing Higher Level Thinking Through Technology Integration

Drs. Kimberly G. Williams and Karen S. DiBella, Educational Studies

 

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