The Teacher Education and Higher Education department and Impact Through Innovation at the School of Education at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, invite you to participate in a 2-day workshop on Design-Based Implementation Research (DBIR) here at UNCG on May 8 and 9. This workshop has traditionally happened in Boulder, CO, but this year the DBIR faculty are coming to us! Participation is open to individual researchers and practitioners in K-12, higher education, and informal settings, as well as to teams that comprise both researchers and practitioners from these settings.

About the DBIR Workshop
DBIR is a research methodology that supports research + practice partnerships in collaborative design and implementation research. This workshop will introduce key tools and practices of DBIR and aims to support individuals and teams interested in strengthening their partnerships, developing research questions, gaining strategies for collaborative design, and learning about how to develop proposals for, engage in, and write about DBIR research projects.Workshop faculty include Bill Penuel, Dan Gallagher, Kylie Peppler, and Nichole Pinkard.

Workshop Details
Registration Link: To register and for additional information about the workshop, cost, and options for lodging. 

Registration is open through April 15th or until the workshop is filled. We are sending the invitation out locally first and then the DBIR group will open up registration nationally beginning in a few weeks. Space and reduced-rate lodging are limited, so register as soon as possible. 

Location: UNCG, Greensboro, NC

Dates: May 8-9