Awards, Prizes, etc.


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ATESOL ACT University of Canberra TESL and TESOL Student Awards

The ATESOL ACT Student Awards were instituted in 2008 to recognize outstanding achievements in studies in:

  • ‘Teaching English as a Second Language’ in the Faculty of Education at the University of Canberra – the TESL Student Award
  • ‘TESOL Methodology’ in the Faculty of Arts and Design at the University of Canberra – the TESOL Student Award

Winners each receive a full year’s membership to ATESOL ACT and a voucher from Asia Bookroom.

2014 Awards

  • ATESOL ACT TESOL Student Award 2014 awarded to Katherine Johnson
  • ATESOL ACT TESL Student Award 2014 – awarded to Sarah Crawford

2013 Awards

  • ATESOL ACT TESOL Student Award 2013 awarded to Florence Farley
  • ATESOL ACT TESL Student Award 2013 – no award this year

2011 Awards

  • ATESOL ACT TESL Student Award 2011 awarded to Saskia Hancott
  • ATESOL ACT TESOL Student Award 2011 awarded to Cathy Crompton

2010 Awards

  • ATESOL ACT TESL Student Award 2010 awarded to Anne Enchelmaier
  • ATESOL ACT TESOL Student Award 2010 awarded to Bernard Grant

2009 Awards

  • ATESOL ACT TESL Student Award 2009 awarded to Anna James
  • ATESOL ACT TESOL Student Award 2009 awarded to Rowena Tayler-Henry

2008 Awards

  • ATESOL ACT TESL Student Award 2008 awarded to Sue Honeyman
  • ATESOL ACT TESOL Student Award 2008 awarded to Genevieve Hye Yeong Jamieson

 

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ATESOL ACT Life Membership

In 2014, the ATESOL ACT awarded the first Life Membership of ATESOL ACT to Misty Adoniou.
Read more about Misty and her work here: Misty Adoniou – ATESOL ACT’s first Life Member

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Penny McKay Memorial Award for Best Thesis in Language Education

This is a national award for an outstanding doctoral thesis which benefits the teaching and learning of second/additional languages in Australian schools, including Indigenous languages, community languages, foreign languages, Standard Australian English as an additional language or variety, and English as a foreign language.

The Award is jointly offered by the Applied Linguistics Association of Australia (ALAA) and the Australian Council of TESOL Associations (ACTA), and administered by ALAA.

Read more about the Penny McKay Memorial Award and how you can donate to the Penny McKay Memorial Fund on the ACTA website

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