ATEE awards

We are happy to announce this year ATEE Awards sponsored by ROUTLEDGE. There are four different awards. The winners will be revealed at the ATEE annual conference. 

2016 ATEE Award – Teacher Education Article ‘Promoting Teacher Education’

2016 ATEE Award in Innovative use of ICT in Education

2016 ATEE Award: Investigating Teacher Education Project: Early Career Researchers

2016 ATEE Award: Investigating Teacher Education Project: Experienced Researcher

 

2016 ATEE Award – Teacher Education Article ‘Promoting Teacher Education’ sponsored by ROUTLEDGE

30 May 2016 – ATEE

Based on research in a European and international context within ATEE thematic fields (http://www.atee1.org/research_and_development_communities) the single authored paper should illustrate and add to existing scholarship in the chosen field as well as to foster and reward investigation in these thematic fields.
The successful article will be awarded 900 euros, provided by the sponsor ROUTLEDGE. The ATEE Treasury will inform the winner/s of the refund policy.

 Submission of papers

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• Only single authored articles are acceptable. Participants are only permitted to present one article.

• The award is open to ATEE members as well as to those participants registered for the ATEE Conference of the year of the award or in any of the three years before the Award year.
• English is the preferred language but articles may be written in French, or German, in which case a 1000 word resume in English should be attached. All entries should be Word documents attached to an email sent to the address below. Upon submission, applicants must include name, title, institution, mailing address, phone and email of the author.
• The deadline for the presentation of articles is 31 July 2016 for the award re-announced at the Eindhoven Conference in August 2016.
• All entries must be submitted to ATEE Secretariat: ateesecretariat@gmail.com
• Articles will be evaluated by the ATEE Scientific Committee. An Award will not be made when insufficient bids are received or where no submission is of high enough quality to fully fulfil the criteria set for the award.

The assessment criteria are the following: 
Relevance to the profession. The proposal should be directly related to a topic of interest for educational research in Teacher Education.
Innovation and contribution to the profession of the research. It should help expand or further research in Teacher Education by having a direct impact on practice, policy or debate.
Quality of the research question/s, method, analysis, discussion and conclusions drawn. It should involve systematic enquiry of an empirical or analytic nature and should have a strong theoretical framework. The research approach should be appropriate for the problem and rationale and the conclusions and interpretations should be grounded in the data.
Clarity of the writing. The background, method, results and implications should be set out clearly in a manner which is accessible to an international audience.

  • The winner of the award will be revealed on at the ATEE annual conference and the awarded article will also be announced on the ATEE’s website.

2016 ATEE Award in Innovative use of ICT in Education sponsored by ROUTLEDGE

 

The ATEE Award in Innovative use of ICT in Education has been established to recognize and encourage outstanding education programs that have contributed to enhancing student learning by effectively and innovatively integrating technology supported learning into the school curriculum and subject teaching, and thereby promote enquiry-based cooperative and collaborative learning using ICT. This award also aims to recognize school’s contribution to overall quality of ICT based education.
In the case of a collaboration of school teachers, the school is to decide how the award is to be distributed. It is suggested that the award should be used to contribute to the further development of ICT in the school.

The successful submission will be awarded 900 euros, provided by the sponsor ROUTLEDGE. The ATEE Treasury will inform the winner/s of the refund policy.

 

Submission of document/s

  • A comprehensive Portfolio is required showing the ways in which ICT has been integrated into the day by day teaching and learning in the school. An explanation of the aims for and outcomes expected from the programme should be included along with the development of digital resources and the theoretically grounded selection of available digital resources, their adoption, exploration and further development of ICT tools, including support to the community. A reflection on outcomes and further research to be done is encouraged.
    • School Portfolios may be included in their original language but a short explanation of contents in English should be added.
    • Submitted Portfolios must be between 2000 and 4000 words. They can be presented by a school, preferably by a staff member of the school who is a member of ATEE or has attended an ATEE conference in the three years preceding the Award year, or by a school that is a partner school of an institution belonging to ATEE, in which a collective of teachers have implemented an innovative project. The Portfolio may also be done in partnership with a University providing teacher education courses for prospective teachers, for instance one that is used during Practicum. In this case, the school hosting the Practicum must be the lead institution and submit the work. Please enquire if you have questions about your eligibility to the email address given below.
    • Participants are only permitted to present one Portfolio.• English is the preferred language but Portfolios may be written in French, or German, in which case a 1000 word resume in English should be attached. All entries should be Word documents attached to an email sent to the address below. Upon submission, applicants must include name, title, institution, mailing address, phone and email of the contact person.
    • The deadline for the presentation of Portfolios is 31 July 2016 for the award re-announced at the Eindhoven Conference in August 2016.
    • All entries must be submitted to ATEE Secretariat: ateesecretariat@gmail.com
    • Submissions will be evaluated by the ATEE Scientific Committee. An Award will not be made when insufficient bids are received or where no submission is of high enough quality to fully fulfil the criteria set for the award.

The assessment criteria are the following:
Relevance to the profession. The proposal should be directly related to a topic of interest for educational research in Teacher Education.
Innovation and contribution to the profession of the research. It should help expand or further research in Teacher Education by having a direct impact on practice, policy or debate.
Quality of the research question/s, method, analysis, discussion and conclusions drawn. It should involve systematic enquiry of an empirical or analytic nature and should have a strong theoretical framework. The research approach should be appropriate for the problem and rationale and the conclusions and interpretations should be grounded in the data.
Clarity of the writing. The background, method, results and implications should be set out clearly in a manner which is accessible to an international audience.

  • The winner of the award will be revealed at the ATEE annual conference and the awarded Portfolio will also be announced on the ATEE’s website.

 

 

2016 ATEE Award: Investigating Teacher Education Project: Early Career Researchers: sponsored by ROUTLEDGE

 

This ATEE Award for a Teacher Education on-going Research project led by an Early Career Researcher has been established to recognize and encourage young researchers that engage into investigation in teacher education, to disseminate teacher education research on a European and international level, as well as to foster and reward investigation in the thematic fields of ATEE (http://www.atee1.org/research_and_development_communities).

The successful project will be awarded 900 euros, provided by the sponsor ROUTLEDGE. The ATEE Treasury will inform the winner/s of the refund policy.

 

Submission of projects

  • Single authored research projects on a European or international perspective of Teacher Education that are not yet completed may be submitted. Those that have received funding or have been submitted for funding are particularly encouraged.
  • Submitted projects should have between 4000 and 6000 words..
  • Submissions should contain the following information about the on-going project:
  1. Project description (maximum 3000 words: Research aims, Potential audiences, Significance of the Project, Context of the research, Theoretical framework and Literature review; Research methodology, including research paradigm and tasks to be performed Expected outcomes; and Duration of the Project (maximum). For each task, objective(s), sample, research techniques, namely data collection instruments, and procedures for data collection and data analysis should be presented.
  2. Tasks already carried out and results obtained so far (maximum 2000 words).
  3. Project overall intermediate assessment (maximum 1000 words).
  • Submitters should be member of ATEE, registered for the ATEE conference in the award year, or have attended the conference in any of the preceding three years and been a doctoral student or a qualitative or quantitative researcher for a maximum of 3 years after being awarded a PhD. Participants are only permitted to present one project.
  • English is the preferred language but articles may be written in French, or German, in which case a 1000 word resume in English should be attached. All entries should be Word documents attached to an email sent to the address below. A Curriculum Vitae showing that the investigator is an Early Career Researcher must also be sent. Upon submission, applicants must include name, title, institution, mailing address, phone and email of the Early Career Researcher.
  • The deadline for the presentation of completed submissions is 31 July 2016 for the award re-announced at the Eindhoven Conference in August 2016.
  • All entries must be submitted to ATEE Secretariat:ateesecretariat@gmail.com
  • Submissions will be evaluated by the ATEE Scientific Committee. An Award will not be made when insufficient bids are received or where no submission is of high enough quality to fully fulfil the criteria set for that award.The assessment criteria are the following:

Relevance to the profession. The proposal should be directly related to a topic of interest for educational research in Teacher Education.

Innovation and contribution to the profession of the research. It should help expand or further research in Teacher Education by having a direct impact on practice, policy or debate.

Quality of the research question/s, method, analysis, discussion and conclusions drawn. It should involve systematic enquiry of an empirical or analytic nature and should have a strong theoretical framework. The research approach should be appropriate for the problem and rationale and the conclusions and interpretations should be grounded in the data.

Clarity of the writing. The background, method, results and implications should be set out clearly in a manner which is accessible to an international audience.

  • The winner of the award will be revealed at the ATEE annual conference and the awarded Project will also be announced on the ATEE’s website.Submission of project

 

 

2016 ATEE Award: Investigating Teacher Education Project: Experienced Researcher: sponsored by ROUTLEDGE

30 May 2016 – ATEE

This ATEE Award for a Teacher Education on-going Research project led by an Experienced Researcher has been established to recognize and encourage investigation in teacher education, to disseminate teacher education research on a European and international level, as well as to foster and reward investigation in the thematic fields of ATEE (http://www.atee1.org/research_and_development_communities).

The successful submission will be awarded 900 euros, provided by the sponsor ROUTLEDGE. The award should be used towards the development of the research or its final publication. The ATEE Treasury will inform the winner of the refund policy.

 

Submission of projects

  • Research projects on a European or international perspective of Teacher Education that are not yet completed may be submitted. Those that have received funding or have been submitted for funding are particularly encouraged.
  • Submitted projects should have between 6000 to 8000 words
    • Submissions should contain the following information about the on-going project:
    1. Project description (maximum 5000 words): Research aims, Potential audiences, Significance of the Project, Context of the research, Theoretical framework and Literature review; Research methodology, including research paradigm and tasks to be performed Expected outcomes; and Duration of the Project. For each task, objective(s), sample, and research techniques, namely data collection instruments, and procedures for data collection and data analysis should be presented).
    2. Tasks already carried out and results obtained so far (maximum 2000 words).
    3. Project overall intermediate assessment (maximum 1000 words).• Submitters should be member of ATEE, registered for the ATEE conference in the award year, or have attended the conference in any of the preceding three years and been a qualitative or quantitive researcher for at least 5 years post PhD. Participants are only permitted to present one project.
    • English is the preferred language but projects may be written in French, or German, in which case a 1000 word resume in English should be attached. All entries should be Word documents attached to an email sent to the address below. A Curriculum Vitae showing that the investigator is an experienced researcher must also be sent. Upon submission, applicants must include name, title, institution, mailing address, phone and email of the researcher.
    • The deadline for the presentation of completed applications is 31 July 2016 for the award re-announced at the Eindhoven Conference in August 2016.
    • All entries must be submitted to ATEE Secretariat: ateesecretariat@gmail.com
    • Submissions will be evaluated by the ATEE Scientific Committee. An Award will not be made when insufficient bids are received or where no submission is of high enough quality to fully fulfil the criteria set for that award.

The assessment criteria are the following:
Relevance to the profession. The proposal should be directly related to a topic of interest for educational research in Teacher Education.
Innovation and contribution to the profession of the research. It should help expand or further research in Teacher Education by having a direct impact on practice, policy or debate.
Quality of the research question/s, method, analysis, discussion and conclusions drawn. It should involve systematic enquiry of an empirical or analytic nature and should have a strong theoretical framework. The research approach should be appropriate for the problem and rationale and the conclusions and interpretations should be grounded in the data.
Clarity of the writing. The background, method, results and implications should be set out clearly in a manner which is accessible to an international audience.

  • The winner of the award will be revealed at the ATEE annual conference and the winning Project will also be announced on the ATEE’s website.