CITE conducts and funds research projects to drive implementation, strategic planning, and continuous improvement, as well as to contribute knowledge about computing-integrated teacher education with the broader field.
CITE Research Practice Partnership
Researchers from CITE Central and Michigan state have come together with CUNY Ed faculty research associates and practitioners to understand faculty’s beliefs and values around computing-integrated teacher education, and how their curricular designs leverage digital and computational literacies and operationalize equity to support teacher candidate learning and practice of teacher education content and skills.
If you are a faculty member in the CITE initiative, please use this consent form to participate in the study and learn more about our research here!
RFP – Computing Integrated Teacher Education Faculty Research Grant
As part of our FY2023 milestones for CITE, the Office of Academic Affairs (OAA) invited applications for faculty research projects that seek to understand aspects of implementation of CITE artifacts and college contexts for CITE work, with awards ranging from $5,000 – $25,000 depending on the size of the proposed study.
The application period for 2023 grants is closed, but learn more about our grants below: