Professor Dietiker Awarded MET Early Career Research Grant

Professor Leslie Dietiker was awarded a Measures of Effective Teaching (MET) Early Career Research Grant for her research: Characteristics of Interesting Mathematics Lessons: A MET Video Study.

Professor Dietiker is among ten researchers to receive the MET grant. The award provides early career educational researchers with access to the MET Longitudinal Database. Along with access to the MET Longitudinal Database for a year, Dietiker will also receive a $25,000 research grant. As a winning researcher, she will be required to prepare an article based on her research for submission to a peer-reviewed journal.

To learn more about the MET Longitudinal Database and Grant, please visit their website.

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