CAIS invites applications from individuals in CAIS Schools focused on innovative projects in their schools. A committee of educational and operational leaders in CAIS schools will mentor the new research cohort and guide them through their research over the 2022-2023 school year.
Concurrent with that process will be the continued work of grant recipients from the 2021-2022 school year. This cohort will share their research process from last year, outcomes and plans for implementation with the CAIS Community through an interactive webinar series over the course of the year. This cohort will also mentor the new cohort through both the application and research process.
Please see below the application form and worksheet. This worksheet is provided for applicants to work through their answers as needed before completing the Google Forms application form. To enter data and notes into this worksheet, please make a copy in Google Docs or download a copy to work in MS Word.
Only applications submitted through the Google Forms application form will be considered. If you use a Gmail address to fill in the Google Form, your work in the form will be saved for 30 days, and you can enter your information over a period of time as needed. However, if you are not logged into your Gmail address, you must complete the Google Form in one sitting.
A zoom link will be sent to you closer to the event. Members of last year’s researchers (Cohort 2) and the CAIS School Innovations Committee will lead this session, and provide support and guidance in the application process. Come with your questions.
If you have any questions please contact CAIS Research Coordinator David Goodman at email@example.com
The CAIS School Innovation Grants (SIG) Webinar Series features researchers from CAIS Schools in Cohort 1 who completed their research in the 2021-2022 School Year. Researchers will explain their research process and outcomes, discuss how this innovation has affected their practice/school and share best practices. Following the presentation, questions and dialogue are encouraged from webinar participants.