CATE Dissertation Award
Thesis and Dissertation Awards for Research in Teacher Education
- To showcase dissertations and theses from across Canada which inquire into teacher education, teacher educators’ practice and teacher professional development.
- To promote informed discussion of issues facing teacher education in Canada.
- To encourage greater awareness of the diversity of Canadian teacher education research.
- • To advance the mandate of CATE to promote dialogue on teacher education, research and collaboration in the field.
CATE parameters on teacher education
The awards serve to promote teacher education research and scholarship in pre-service education, in- service education, and professional development, showing evidence of connecting and contributing to the body of literature in any one or combinations of these areas.
For a thesis or dissertation to be considered for a recognition award, the study must directly address the field of teacher education not only in the conclusion, but throughout the research. The study must also connect to one or more of the following topics: (1) Teacher education and societal issues, (2) The study of teacher education practice, and (3) Challenges and possibilities for teacher education.
Please access the CATE Awards website for deadlines and more detail: https://cate-acfe.ca/awards/