TASITE 2022 Awards
For 2022 TASITE is offering one award - the TASITE Digital Technologies Educator of the Year Award.
Details of the award are available here.
This award is intended to recognise the importance of the work of Tasmanian educators who are contributing to learning with, through and about digital technologies in their schools/institutions.
Nominate a member for a TASITE Award here
This award focuses on recognising the efforts of classroom-based educators.
For each individual award, the following eligibility rules apply:
TASITE Digital Technologies Educator of the Year
Once nominated, the nominee needs to accept the nomination by emailing confirmation to email@example.com . The nominee may be asked for information at this time by the TASITE Committee.
As outlined at: TASITE AWARD
Applications close on the Monday 22nd November.
Any questions relating to the award process, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Judging / Selection Process
A panel from the TASITE committee will judge the applications and make recommendations to the TASITE President for endorsement.
The awards are presented annually at the TASITE end of year event.
ACCE (Australian Council for Computers in Education) 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.
TASITE Award Winners
ACCE National Award Winners
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