Outstanding Conference Presentation Award

Apr 2014
American Educational Research Association (AERA)
San Francisco, California, United States
The Outstanding Conference Presentation Award is a recognition given to individuals who deliver exceptional and impactful presentations at conferences, highlighting their excellence in communication and research dissemination. This award was received for the following presentation. Knox, G. (2014, April 19-23). Elevating Education Through Gamification: Strategies and Implementation in the Modern Classroom. [Paper presentation] The annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association Conference (AERA) San Francisco, California, United States

Distinguished Dissertation in Teacher Education Award

Sep 2013
Association of Teacher Educators
The Association of Teacher Educators announces its annual competition for the Distinguished Dissertation in Teacher Education (DDTE) award. The intent of the award is to encourage, recognize, and promote exemplary doctoral level research that substantially contributes to the improvement of teacher education. The DDTE recipient receives a monetary award supported through a grant from the ATE Leadership Foundation for Teacher Education. Special recognition is also extended to the professor that directed the dissertation.

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