NSF CSforAll Researcher-Practitioner Partnership (RPP) Workshops

NSF CSforAll Researcher-Practitioner Partnership (RPP) Workshops


The National Network of Education Research-Practice Partnerships (NNERPP) will co-host four RPP Development Workshops to support research-practice partnership teams applying for NSF’s Computer Science for All (CSforAll) RPP solicitation.

Over one-and-a-half days, teams will develop a deeper understanding of what an RPP is, how to form and sustain one, and how to design an RPP project or proposal. In particular, these workshops will emphasize how to identify and refine the problem of practice your partnership seeks to address, strategies for how to carry out partnership research in support of the identified problem, evaluation questions related to improving your partnership efforts, and the kinds of data you will need to collect to inform and improve your project in a timely way. You will leave the workshop with a plan or outline for a project or proposal that you can further develop as an established team.

Upcoming workshops: 

November 5-6 in Atlanta, GA
Co-Host: Georgia State University
Application deadline: October 1

November 14-15 in San Mateo, CA
Co-Host: DigitalPromise
Application deadline: October 7

November 21-22 in Washington DC
Co-Host University of the D.C.
Application deadline: October 11, 2019 (Priority)

December 5-6 in Chicago, IL
Co-Host: Northwestern University
Application deadline: October 28, 2019

Learn more and apply at: http://nnerpp.rice.edu/csforall-workshops/



Monday, October 28, 2019