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30th March, 2022

Teaching, learning and uses of technology in UK schools: education research programme 2022

Apply for funding to join a research programme exploring:

  • teaching and learning, with a focus on teachers and their training, supply and retention
  • the uses of technology in teaching and learning.

Principal investigators must be based at a UK institution eligible for ESRC funding. Co-investigators can be from other non-academic sectors.

Your project must be social science-led and at least 50% within ESRC’s remit.

The full economic cost (fEC) of your project can be between £400,000 and £850,000. The total fund is up to £6 million at 100% fEC, we will fund at 80% fEC.

Your project must start on 1 December 2022 and can last up to three years.

This opportunity aims to fund research projects that will collectively build new interdisciplinary research capacity in education, around two interrelated priority themes:

  • teaching and learning, focusing on the role of teachers, their training, supply and retention
  • the uses of technology in teaching and learning.

Your project must:

  • address one or both of these priority themes in the context of compulsory education, within one or more of the UK’s four nations and jurisdictions
  • build partnerships with stakeholders to bridge boundaries between research, policy and practice.

Closing date: 26 April 2022 16:00 UK time

For further information please visit this page.


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