Lynch School of Education at Boston CollegeDr. Audrey A. Friedman
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Summer 2006

Principal Investigator. Teaching and Mentoring Grant: Interdisciplinary Elementary Education Content Major: Preparing a More Highly Qualified Elementary Educator ($4,000.00).

3/03-

5/03

One of several co-authors. Teachers for a New Era. Primary focus: Arts and Sciences Involvement in Teacher Preparation. (Carnegie Foundation and other funders) ($5,000,000.00). Grant awarded: ~7/15/03.

7/03-

7/04

Co-Principal Investigator. Preparing the best secondary English teacher.
Beth Kowaleski-Wallace, Co-Principal Investigator. (Boston College Lynch School of Education Collaborative Fellows Grant) ($45,000.00).

7/02-

7/03

Co-Principal Investigator. Preparing the best secondary English teacher.
Beth Kowaleski-Wallace, Co-Principal Investigator. (Boston College Lynch School of Education Collaborative Fellows Grant) ($44,000.00)

7/01-

7/02

Co-Principal Investigator. Preparing the best secondary English teacher.
Beth Kowaleski-Wallace, Co-Principal Investigator. (Boston College Lynch School of Education Collaborative Fellows Grant) ($44,000.00).

1/01-

6/01

Principal Investigator. Modifying Guided Reading to address bilingual and at-risk learners. Boston College Lynch School of Education Research Incentive Grant ($15,000.00).

9/00-

12/00

Principal Investigator. Perceived Changes in Student Learning and Teacher Reflection
Using Portfolios in Science Boston College Lynch School of Education Research Expense Grant ($1,200.00).

9/99-

6/04

Consultant: Title II: Massachusetts Coalition for Teacher Quality and Student Achievement.

9/02-

9/03

Consultant: Tools for Tomorrow

9/99-

5/02

Consultant and Researcher: Institute for Science Education, University of Alabama, Hunstville. National Science Foundation Grant.
1999 Consultant: Center for Applied Special Technologies

1/95-

1/96

Research Associate. SALSITE: Student Assessment in Local Systemic Initiatives for Teacher Enhancement. (Boston College: Center for the Study of Testing, Evaluation, and Policy).

 

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