2017 ATEE AWARDS ON TEACHER EDUCATION sponsored by Routledge and Bath Spa Institute for Education

The Association for Teacher Education in Europe (ATEE) is an international not for profit association founded in 1976 and based in Belgium. Its main aims are: i) to contribute to the development of both initial and continuous teacher education at all levels; and ii) to promote scientific research and the dissemination of related results.

As a part of its mission accomplishment, since 2015, ATEE grants awards to outstanding research on Teacher Education. Sponsored by Routledge, the awards aim at recognizing and promoting research on teacher education at all levels, by researchers with different research experience, as well as at fostering and rewarding investigation in the thematic fields of ATEE.

In 2017, four awards will be granted, as follows:

A1 – Teacher Education Article Award: Targeted to professionals involved in Teacher Education in college or university, public or private schools, or other educational agencies, this award, sponsored by Routledge, aims at recognizing a single authored original paper that adds significantly to existing scholarship in a thematic field of ATEE;

A2 – Experienced Teacher Education Researcher’s Project Award: Targeted to experienced researchers (PhD holders with a minimum of five years of post-doctoral experience) involved in Teacher Education research projects, this award, sponsored by Routledge, aims at recognizing and encouraging an ongoing research project that adds significantly to existing scholarship in a thematic field of ATEE;

A3 – Young Teacher Education Researcher’s Project Award: Targeted to young researchers (PhD students or PhD holders for less than three years) involved in Teacher Education research projects, this award, sponsored by Routledge, aims at recognizing and encouraging an ongoing research project that adds significantly to existing scholarship in a thematic field of ATEE.

A4 – Teacher Education Policy Award: targeted to researchers in college or university, public or private schools, or other educational agencies, this award, sponsored by Bath Spa Institute for Education, aims at recognising a single authored or multi-authored original paper that focuses on the development of teacher education policy in one or more European countries.

The results of the 2017 awards call will be announced during the 2017 ATEE Annual Conference in Dubrovnik – 23-25 October.

Further information is available in the awards’ webpage.