To assist the applicants with the proposed projects, the committee suggests the following application model.
1. Project Abstract (up to 500 words)
2. Rationale for the Project (500-1000 words)
In this section, the applicant should give pedagogical justification for the project, list available resources related to it, as well as demonstrate reasonable familiarity with the current state of research in the field.
3. Project Description (500-1000 words)
In this section the applicant should address the history and origins of the proposed project, the work already done for it, if any, describe the project’s overall structure and its specific elements. Applications must describe the proposed project and how it will advance the applicant’s teaching and professional development and serve the teaching program of the applicant’s department or program.
5. Detailed Timetable for the Project:
For each week of the fellowship, please indicate the specific goals you have and activities you might plan in service of your final objective. This timetable will likely change, of course, but it is helpful for the committees to see how the project requires effort roughly equivalent to teaching a course.
6. Digital Resources (if any): Indicate any online tools or multimedia resources that would be helful for your project.
7. Action Research Component (if any): This could, for example include conducting a survey, collecting data, or running a pilot.