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Initial cohort of Replicable Instructional Technology Infusion grants announced

Initial cohort of Replicable Instructional Technology Infusion grants announced

In an effort to help faculty and students implement innovative projects designed to bolster teaching and learning, UW-Madison’s School of Education recently awarded a dozen Replicable Instructional Technology Infusion (RITI) grants. “The ways in which people thought about infusing technology were really interesting, often innovative and sometimes crossed departmental boundaries,” says Dan Jacobsohn, the chief information officer for the School of Education and the person who launched the RITI grant program this fall.
December 15, 2014
Through a new partnership with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, a group of UW-Madison experts will team up with K-12 teachers and students throughout the state to develop educational apps and games. The collaboration, led by School of Education alumnus David Gagnon, aims to blend hands-on learning techniques with cutting-edge digital tools to create activities that both challenge and motivate students in — and beyond — the classroom. Gagnon is the program manager of the Field Day Lab at the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery.
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