Thanks, Ryan On Dec 30, 2011: Saeed Ahmad said: I whole heartedly congratulate all the concerned on successful completion of previous projects.And, thank you very much for such a brilliant offer for the year 2012.It will definitely go a long way in making TESOL/ESL a brilliant success in the days to come.Tags: Tell Me About Your Personality EssayDissertation On Employee InductionHow To Write Rhetorical EssayCheck Coursework PlagiarismCreative Ways To Write A Love LetterThesis On Genetic EngineeringAbout Me Personal EssayTechnology Effect On Education Essay
Another […]On Apr 18, 2016: Upcoming TESOL Grant Opportunities | Textesoliv said:[…] There are two types of grants offered through TIRF’s DDG program.
Information about the two types of grants, as well as eligibility concerns, resource videos, answers to frequently asked questions, and much more can be found at: https:// […]On Jan 23, 2015: TIRF’s Doctoral-level Funding Opportunities | fiplv said:[…] The application deadline is April 22, 2015.
Each year the highest rated Doctoral Dissertation Grant proposal is awarded in the name of the late Russell N. English as a Medium of Instruction Language Planning and Policy Plurilingualism in Business, Industry, the Professions, and Educational Contexts Research on Revitalization of Endangered Indigenous Languages (policy and planning focus) Students’ Age and Effective English Language Education in Schools Teaching English to Young Learners Content-based Instruction Digital Technology in Language Education Migrants and Refugees: Teaching and Assessing English Research on Revitalization of Endangered Indigenous Languages (curriculum and teaching foci) Language Assessment English as a Medium of Instruction (e.g., assessing the English of those who must teach in English) Content-based Instruction (content-based assessment being a recently added [1990’s] subfield of assessment) Language Teacher Education (assessing teachers’ target language proficiency) Teaching English to Young Learners (e.g., developing appropriate means of assessing young learners’ language development – also a recent “hot topic”) Migrants and Refugees: Teaching and Assessing English Please note that the ability for TIRF to make payments for a grant, prize, or other purpose may be restricted.
Although TIRF is an independent foundation, it remains subject to the laws governing the United States of America (where TIRF is registered), including governmental sanctions that are in force and may limit doing business with individuals or organizations in/from certain countries.
The timeline for the DDG application process, adjudication, and notification of results typically follows a timeline similar to the following: DDG Deadline - Mid May Adjudication - Mid May to Late August Notification of Award - Late August/Early September First Installment Payment - Mid to Late September Please understand that the funding we award is not paid at one time.
Payments are made in three installments: (1) 40% payment made in September; (2) 40% payment in March of the following year after an update is provided; and (3) 20% payment upon completion of Ph D and successful report submission to TIRF. ~ Ryan Damerow On Feb 27, 2014: Joyce said: May I know when will the award/result be made?
We reserve the right to change this payment schedule at any time, as well. I would like to apply to this in order to fund my expenses to a conference in August 2014.
If my application is successful, will I be able to receive the award prior to August? On Oct 17, 2012: MIIS Alumna Awarded Doctoral Dissertation Grant from TIRF | GSTILE said:[...] alumna, Joyce Kling (MATESOL '88), was awarded one of eight doctoral dissertation grants awarded annually by The International Research Foundation for English Language Education [...]On Feb 29, 2012: TIRF said:@Debbie - Great question.
Since 2002, TIRF has supported students completing their doctoral research on topics related to the foundation’s priorities.
Each year, applicants who have been advanced to candidacy in legitimate Ph D or Ed D programs are invited to submit proposals for Doctoral Dissertation Grants (DDGs).