ADULT NUMERACY NETWORK
Practitioner Research Project
The Adult Numeracy Network (ANN) sponsors up to two practitioner research projects each year beginning in the fall and concluding before our annual meeting the following spring. We encourage practitioners to try something new in their classroom based on what the ANN Teaching and Learning Principles suggest for a high quality mathematics curriculum and learning environment.
We would like practitioners to familiarize themselves with the ANN Teaching and Learning Principles and the Components of Numeracy and base their research project on some aspect of these two important documents. Selection of projects will be based on how well the practitioner follows the four elements for practitioner research listed below and utilizes ideas from the Teaching and Learning Principles.
Each year, the deadline for submission is October 31. Up to two practitioners will be selected and will receive a $500 stipend at the completion of their projects and sharing of their findings. Selected practitioners will be asked to join ANN if they are not already members.
Four Elements of Practitioner Research
If interested, please submit your proposal electronically to the Adult Numeracy Network (firstname.lastname@example.org)