A portion of the Distinguished Teachers in Residence (DTiR) Program is committed to Assigned Time Grants (ATG). ATGs begin as proposals developed cooperatively with School of Education Faculty and participating Consortium districts, which are submitted each year for consideration of an Assigned Time Grant.
A panel is convened of the DTiR Assigned Time Grant Committee along with school district Consortium representatives. Some of the determining factors for selection are based upon:
Index of Assigned Time Grants awarded by district, from AY 2001-02 to current: ATG History
Faculty request for proposals, February 17, 2017: Memo
The deadline to submit Assigned Time Grant proposals for work during AY 2016-17, is on or before Friday, April 14, 2017.
The packet includes the following:
Download: ATG Proposal Packet
The University will make available to the participating consortium school districts, units of assigned time per academic year, for tenure-track faculty members of the School of Education to assist districts with special needs within their areas of expertise.
The table below reflects those assigned time grants currently awarded for AY 2017-18. Each grant may be viewed by clicking on the name of the proposal.
|Name of Proposal||District Being Served||Grant Recipient|
|Adapting Learning for ALL Students: Accessible Curriculum||San Marcos USD||Brooks, Rebecca|
|Peer Coaching as a Form of Professional Development||Carlsbad USD||Daniels, Erika|
|Student Engagement Project, Quantum Academy||Escondido USD||Kolman, Joni|
|Best Writing Practice for Implementing Units of Study in grade 2-5 classrooms||Vista USD||Stowell, Laurie|
|Second Grade Early Literacy Support: Curious Comprehenders||Oceanside USD||Wood, Christiane|
Part of the process of being awarded a DTiR Assigned Time Grant is submission of final reports of grants concluded. Below is a list of grants from AY 2016-17. Final reports can be viewed by clicking on name of proposal.
Name of Proposal/Report
Districts Being Served
|Developing NGSS Understanding Through Lesson Study||Poway USD||
|Supporting STEM Teaching and Learning through Video Game Play and Design, Phase II||Vista USD||Siyahhan, Sinem|
|Best Writing Practice for Implementing Units of Study in K-5 Classrooms||Vista USD||Stowell, Laurie|