Anthony Waterhouse Fellowship
Institute of Physics
Grant amount: Up to £3,500
Anticipated deadline: Apr 17, 2019
Applicant type: Faculty Teacher
Funding uses: Education / Outreach
Location of project: United Kingdom
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If you are a practising teacher, and you have an idea about physics teaching that you have always wanted to develop, then the Anthony Waterhouse Fellowship can help you bring the idea to fruition.
The Fellowship will provide you with a grant of £2,000, plus up to an additional £1,500 for travel expenses, material/software expenses or to pay for services that will help you develop your idea into something that other teachers can use.
By the end of your research project we would like your idea to be made available to the wider physics teaching community, for example via an article in Physics Education. As part of the support we provide to Fellowship recipients, the Institute can provide links to physics education researchers and a network of experienced teachers.
You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.
- The Anthony Waterhouse Fellowship is open to applicants who are practising teachers working in a UK educational institution (schools and colleges) catering for students in the age range 11 to 19 years-old.
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