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Who has won the
2023 TASITE Digital Technologies EDUCATOR of the Year
The TASITE Digital Technologies Educator of the Year award recognises the importance of the work of Tasmanian teachers who are implementing the Digital Technologies Curriculum in their K-12 schools, in innovative ways.
2023 Nomination process and requirements
A person can self-nominate or be nominated by someone else (with the nominated person's approval).
Candidates must be a current financial member of TASITE and a K-12 teacher in a Tasmanian school or institution (to join TASITE click here).
Nominations, including the information (1, 2 and 3) below, are to be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 11:59pm on Wednesday, 22nd November 2023.
Candidates must submit (or have submitted on their behalf) the following:
1. Name, email address, phone number, postal address and name of school/institution they have worked for in 2023.
2. A brief curriculum vitae (no more than one page), which includes the names, position, email, and phone number of two referees (including the person nominating the candidate if not self-nominating). Referees may be contacted to verify information in the candidate's submission.
3. A 2-3 page written (or equivalent) submission addressing evidence under the headings: Impact, Advocacy and Innovation (see further information on these criteria below). The evidence should show that the applicant is respected as an educator and innovator at their own institution.
GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION
Submissions should be restricted to 2-3 pages (or equivalent) of printable information.
The winner of the TASITE Digital Technologies Educator of the Year Award:
Judging / Selection Process
A panel from the TASITE committee will judge the applications and make recommendations to the TASITE President for endorsement.
The TASITE Digital Technologies Educator of the Year will be announced and presented at the TASITE end of year function on Monday, 4th December 2023.
Australian Council for Computers in Education (ACCE) hosts annual awards for school-based educators and leaders in order to recognise their contribution to the use of learning technologies in schools and professional community.
The awards are intended to recognise the importance of the work of Australian teachers and leaders who are contributing to the use of learning technologies in their schools.
The state awards are based on the national ACCE awards.
Winners of the TASITE state awards may be eligible for entry into national awards. Nomination is at the discretion of the TASITE Committee.
Additional international recognition may be subsequently available through the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) or industrial (e.g. Microsoft, Google) award schemes.