Technology-Infused Math Education (TIME)

Division: Educational Standards and Programs
Office: Academic Standards-Charter Schools-Educational Technology

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Purpose: The TIME project offers professional development and resources that support high school mathematics teachers statewide in meeting the needs of every student (including students with disabilities, English language learners and those experiencing a range of difficulties in achieving the mathematics standards) so that every student will have the opportunity to benefit from the general education curriculum. TIME will provide teachers of grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 the pedagogical knowledge and skills to increase mathematics achievement using the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework to improve and reform the delivery of high school mathematics instruction through a series of professional development workshops. This NGO is a result of a partnership between the Office of Charter Schools which administers Title V of the No Child Left Behind Act, and the Office of Educational Technology. The Technology-Infused Math Education (TIME) grant is a limited competitive grant program. Due to the restrictions of the source of funds, this grant program is limited to those New Jersey ETTCs who are local education agencies (LEAs). The grantee may establish partnerships with other ETTCs to meet the goals, objectives and timelines of the grant project. It may also establish partnerships with an Institution of Higher Education (IHE) to ONLY provide courses, support or staff to teachers on research-based instructional practices in mathematics and good mathematics pedagogy.

Eligible Agencies: The Technology-Infused Math Education (TIME) grant is a limited competitive grant program. Due to the restrictions of the source of funds, this grant program is limited to those New Jersey ETTCs who are local education agencies (LEAs).

Approximate Number of Awards: 1 Grant Program Type: Limited Competitive
Total Amt. Available: $150,000 Application Due Date: 11/20/2008