The Special Interest Group Advanced Technologies for Learning/Learning Sciences is pleased to announce the Best Student Paper Award.
At each AERA, the combined SIGs will announce up to two awards for best paper presented at AERA in which the lead author is a student. The student will receive the award at the combined SIG business meeting. This award was established in 2006.
The student author of winning paper(s) will receive a $250 honorarium.
Any type of paper appropriate for presentation at AERA can be considered for the award. Papers will be judged on a 5-point scale using the following criteria:
(a) Significance of problem or topic (originality, choice of problem, importance of issues, contribution to education);
(c) Literature foundation (theoretical/conceptual/practical frameworks, rationale, literature review, grounding);
(d) Research methods and execution (research design, methods, rigor, use of evidence, quality of data sources, adequacy);
(e) Conclusions and interpretations (significance of conclusions; implications for research, practice, policy; development of ideas; relationship of conclusions to findings; generalizability or usefulness of findings or concepts);
(f) Quality of writing, clarity, logic, organization;
(g) Overall recommendation.
|Dr. Mimi Recker, Chair||Utah State University (mimi.recker at usu.edu)|
|Dr. Leema Berland||University of Texas|
|Dr. Chrystalla Mouza||University of Delaware|
|Dr. Joe Polman||University of Missouri, St Louis|
|Dr. Iris Tabak||Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel|
Please email the award committee chair if you are interested in being a reviewer.
|Izabel Duarte Olson, Northwestern University, 2013 winner||Michael Sao Pedro, Worcester Polytechnic University, 2012 winner||Jolie Matthews, Stanford University, 2011 winner||Michele Wilkerson-Jerde, Northwestern University, 2010 winner||Heather Leary, Utah State University, 2009 winner||Pei-Ling Hsu, University of Victoria, 2008 winner||Victor Lee, Northwestern University, 2007 winner||Sanghoon Park, Florida State University, 2006 winner||Brian Lukoff, Stanford University, 2006 winner|