About the series
This fall, The National Network of Education Research-Practice Partnerships (NNERPP) is excited to host a virtual RPP Development Workshop to support research-practice partnership teams applying for NSF’s Computer Science for All (CSforAll) RPP solicitation.
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, this virtual workshop 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.
Each day of the workshop includes two blocks of 75 minutes each. During Monday through Thursday, in the first block we will offer information sessions that will present critical information from the workshop curriculum and answer questions from the entire group. In the second block during those four days, we will offer the opportunity for one-on-one coaching with experienced coaches for additional customized support. This one-on-one coaching opportunity is open only to the first 36 teams who apply and get accepted. All subsequent teams who get accepted will be added to a waiting list for coaching. On Friday, the teams that have been selected for the additional coaching opportunity will sign up to meet individually with their coaches for a final feedback session.
For more detailed workshop information, please review the workshop information on the NNERPP website. Note the times listed on the NNERPP website are in CST.