Practicing Action Research? Apply for Lynn Hall Prize

Open to: All teachers (individuals or teams).

Opportunity at a Glance: Great teachers routinely innovate by trying new lessons, modes of content delivery, or types of student activities to enrich the educational process. The Yale-Lynn Hall Teacher Action Research Prize recognizes and supports the leadership of teachers who continually work to improve their practice through action research. The first-place winner(s) will receive $5,000 and the opportunity to present their research at the Yale School of Management Education Leadership Conference on April 6-7. Reimbursement is available to cover travel expenses. All winning submissions will be published on the Conference website and disseminated to Conference participants and press.

Key Dates: Winners are contacted March 10; 1st prize winner presents research at the Education Leadership Conference April 6-7.

Take Action: Check out the submission guidelines and download the application. Submit your abstract by Friday, February 3 for optional feedback. Applications due Friday, March 3.

For More Information: Visit the prize webpage for additional details. Do you feel like you’re not really doing research in your classroom? View the FAQs at the bottom of the webpage to explore what past prize-winners have done in their classrooms. You may also email the Lynn Hall Prize administrators with additional questions.