Teaching & Learning Innovation Grant – Experiential Education Stream Application

Complete the online application form below to apply for a Teaching & Learning Innovation Grant to fund a project under the Experiential Education stream.

Prior to submitting the application please ensure that you have reviewed the Conditions of the Teaching & Learning Innovation Grant.

Once submitted, your application will be reviewed by the adjudication committee. A member of the committee will contact you within 4 weeks with the outcome of your application.

  • APPLICANT(S) CONTACT INFORMATION

  • Name of Primary Faculty Member/Instructor * Required
  • Faculty * Required
  • Are you a sessional instructor? * Required
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  • Indicate any additional faculty members/instructors who will be taking an active role in this project. Additional rows can be added using the + button at the end of the row.
    NamePositionDepartment/CentreEmail 
  • COURSE INFORMATION

    This grant is to fund the development/redesign of an experiential education component of the following course(s):
  • Please list the course code (e.g. EDUC 2P20) for the course in that will include the new/redesigned experiential education component. For CROSS-LISTED COURSES, please include all departmental/centre prefixes (e.g. GEOG/WGST 3P10). For an experiential education component that will be used in MULTIPLE COURSES please include all course codes (e.g. HLSC 4P98, KINE 4P15, KINE 5P33, AHSC 5P92). If the course is a NEW COURSE NOT CURRENTLY LISTED IN THE UNDERGRADUATE/GRADUATE CALENDAR and is currently undergoing review by Senate, please indicate 'new course'.
  • Provide the course title as it appears in the Undergraduate or Graduate Calendar. Please include all course titles if the experiential education component will be used in multiple courses.
  • This course is a: * Required
  • Does this course(s) include international travel by students? * Required
  • Provide an estimate based on previous/projected course enrollment. Please provide the total course enrollment across all courses if the experiential education component will be used in multiple courses.
    Please enter a number from 0 to 100000.
  • Does this course(s) currently appear in the Undergraduate or Graduate Calendar for the current academic year? * Required
    The Brock Undergraduate and Graduate Calendar can be found online: https://brocku.ca/webcal/
  • EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION COMPONENTS

    This grant will fund the development/redesign of the following experiential education components:
  • This grant application is to request funds for: * Required
  • Provide a brief title for the development/re-development project you intend to undertake with the grant funds. If the application is approved, this title will appear on the CPI website and may appear in other Brock publications.
  • Provide a brief description of the experiential education component development/redesign for which you are requesting funds (400 character limit). If the application is approved, this description will appear on the CPI website and may appear in other Brock publications.
  • Provide a DETAILED DESCRIPTION of the experiential education component development/redesign and an OUTLINE OF WHY YOU ARE REQUESTING FUNDING through a Teaching & Learning Innovation Grant. Provide a clear RATIONALE for this experiential education component and outline the GOALS of the experiential education component including learning outcomes for students and community impact if applicable. The description should clearly articulate what impact the addition/redesign of the experiential education component will have on student learning, and if applicable the community.
  • Experiential Education Category * Required
    Indicate which category/categories that best represent the experiential education component. For more information about Brock's categories of experiential education, please visit the Faculty Guidebook on Experiential Education: https://brocku.ca/ccee/experiential-education/faculty-guidebook/
  • Indicate the anticipated hourly commitment to the community per student associated with the experiential education component (if applicable).
  • Provide a DETAILED DESCRIPTION of how students' learning through the experiential education component will be assessed through a GRADED REFLECTION-BASED ASSESSMENT, including the weight of the assessment toward students' final grade in the course(s). For more information about reflective practice and assessment visit the Faculty Guidebook on Experiential Education: https://brocku.ca/ccee/experiential-education/faculty-guidebook/
  • If you have already prepared a COURSE OUTLINE/SYLLABUS, ASSIGNMENT GUIDE, or an EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING OUTLINE that includes the experiential education component please upload it.
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  • TIMELINE

  • Outline the time frame for the development/redesign of the experiential education component including the projected START & END DATES and KEY OUTCOMES.
  • EXPENSES & FUNDING

  • Provide a detailed budget of the expenses for which you are requesting funding through the Teaching & Learning Innovation grant. Additional rows can be added using the + button at the end of each row. *Please note that the total amount requested cannot exceed $3000 (or $5000 for a course that includes an international travel component).
    Expense itemDescriptionAmount ($) 
  • Indicate the total amount of funding you are requesting for a Teaching & Learning Innovation grant to support the development/redesign of this experiential education component. *Please note that the total amount requested cannot exceed $3000 (or $5000 for a course that includes an international travel component).
  • Outline any additional sources of funding that have been requested/secured for the development/redesign of this experiential education component. Additional rows can be added using the + button at the end of each row.
    Funding SourceExpense(s) DescriptionAmount ($)Has this funding been secured? (yes/no) 
  • SUSTAINABILITY

  • Describe how the experiential component you intend to develop/redesign with the funding will be sustained. Address FINANCIAL sustainability, INSTRUCTIONAL sustainability, and if applicable how relationships with COMMUNITY-PARTNER(S) will be sustained for future offerings of the course.
  • RESEARCH ETHICS CONSIDERATIONS

  • Do any aspects of this project or the resulting experiential component of the course(s) fall within Brock's Office of Research Ethics guidelines? * Required
    For more information on Brock's Office of Research Ethics and the policies/guidelines pertaining to conducting research please visit the Office of Research Services: https://brocku.sharepoint.com/Research-Services/Pages/default.aspx
  • CONSULTATION

  • Have you consulted with a member of the Centre for Pedagogical Innovation (CPI) or the Experiential Education (EE) team about the proposed development/redesign of this experiential component? * Required
  • Additional rows can be added using the + button at the end of the row.
    CPIEEOther 
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Please provide any additional information that the committee may find relevant in adjudicating your grant proposal. You are welcome to use the textbox below or to upload documents.
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    Accepted file types: doc, docx, pdf, jpg, png, xls.
  • AGREEMENT & CONSENT

  • I confirm that I have read and understand the terms and conditions of the Teaching & Learning Innovation Grants. If funded, I commit to openly sharing the results of the project (including but not limited to course outlines, assignment guides and rubrics) to the Brock community and beyond in order to inform and support future academic projects. Additionally, I commit to reporting on the progress/result of this project at future teaching and learning events hosted by CPI and/or Experiential Education. I understand that a member of Brock's Experiential Education team may contact me to gather the contact information for community partners involved in the experiential education component of this course(s) for the purpose of recognizing and celebrating their contribution to student learning at Brock.