Common questions

What is research practice partnerships?

What is research practice partnerships?

Research Practice Partnerships (RPP) are collaborative, long-term relationships between researchers and practitioners, designed to improve problems of practice in education. Research Practice Partnerships are often formed using a Design Based Implementation (DBIR) approach.

What is RPP research?

Research-practice partnerships (RPPs) at their very core are intentional, formalized joint efforts between agencies that primarily administer education (such as state education agencies, local education agencies, or schools) and those that primarily research education (such as public and private universities, research …

How do I get a research grant?

If you are affiliated with a college or university, contact your department office. Some colleges and universities have an office for sponsored programs, which coordinates grant requests and helps researchers with finding grant opportunities. Also ask your peers and colleagues about funding sources.

Which are the 2 broad types of quantitative study designs?

Leaving aside non-experimental research, quantitative research designs fall into two broad classes: experimental and quasi-experimental.

What is design based implementation research?

Design-Based Implementation Research (DBIR) is an approach to organizing research and development intended to address these challenges. It is an emerging approach to relating research and practice that is collaborative, iterative, and grounded in systematic inquiry.

What are the 5 types of quantitative research designs?

The following precedes the different types of Quantitative research types with the description of each.

  • Survey Research. Survey Research is the most elementary tool for all sorts of quantitative research techniques.
  • Descriptive Research.
  • Experimental Research.
  • Correlational Research.
  • Casual-Comparative Research.

What is the difference between action research and design-based research?

First, generating theory to solve authentic problems is one of the major goals in design-based research. In action research, however, it is usually the practitioners who initiate the research and then the researchers who come to help facilitate the research process.

What makes a research-practice partnership a successful partnership?

Successful research-practice partnerships devote a great deal of attention to building and maintaining trust across stakeholder groups and within their partnership.

When is the deadline for research practice partnerships?

The application process begins with an Intent to Apply form. Once submitted, you will automatically have access to the Full Proposal application in our online portal. Intent to Apply forms are due by 12:00pm Noon central time on the deadline date.

How often should you apply for RPP grants?

The Research-Practice Partnership (RPP) Grants Program is intended to support education research projects that engage in collaborative and participatory partnerships with project budgets up to $400,000 and durations of up to three years. We accept Intent to Apply forms once a year in this program.

What do you mean by rigorous partnership work?

Rigorous partnership work is intentionally organized to engage diverse forms of expertise and perspectives, across practitioners as well as scholars and disciplines, in knowledge generation around pressing problems of practice.