Call for Nominations: 2005 Sylvia Scribner Award
Carol D. Lee, Scribner Award 2004-2005 Chair
Deadline: February 1, 2005
Nominations are open for the Year 2005 Sylvia Scribner Award of Division C of
the American Educational Research Association. The award recognizes a
program of work that has significantly influenced thinking and
research in the field of learning and instruction. In particular, the
annual award is designed to honor current research (i.e., within the
last ten years) that represents a significant advancement in our
understanding of learning and instruction. The recognized work may
include but is not limited to research articles, paper series,
monographs, book chapters, media productions, and/or books. This
includes collaborative teams as well as individuals.
The work of the late Sylvia Scribner, for whom the award is named,
reflects a wide
range of research concerns within the field of cognition, learning
and education. Her research focused on the relationship between
cognition and culture. Her work involved innovative mixing of
methods, including ethnographic fieldwork and experimental
simulations of everyday cognitive tasks. Her work cut across
disciplinary boundaries, addressed multiple sites for learning and
development, and included older and younger learners.
Note: The recipient of the award need not belong to Division C, and
anyone may make a nomination, including a self-nomination.
The nominator should send the following:
(1) The complete bibliographic citation of a single publication
designated by the nominator as illustrative of the nominee's larger
research program and contribution. The publication date of the
designated work should be within the last decade (i.e. with a
publication date of 1994 or later).
The nominator also should submit a copy of the representative
publication. If the publication is a book or monograph, the nominator
should indicate which portion of it (approximately 25 pages) should
be reproduced for dissemination to the award committee. An electronic
version of the representative publication is preferred.
(2) Complete bibliographic citations of up to five additional
relevant publications of the nominee (There are no publication date
restrictions for these citations).
(3) A Supporting statement of no more than 500 words
(4) Vita of the nominee.
The submission deadline is February 1, 2005. Please send all
self-nominations) to: Dr. Carol D. Lee, Center for Advanced Studies
in the Behavioral Sciences, 75 Alta Road, Stanford, California,
94305. Electronic nominations are preferred (but not required) and
can be sent to Dr. Lee at email@example.com using the Subject
Header: Scribner Award Nomination. Please send 4 separate documents
(corresponding to 1-4 above) as MS Word or PDF attachments.
For additional information and queries, contact Carol D. Lee by e-mail at
firstname.lastname@example.org using the Subject Header: Scribner Award Inquiry.
-- Carol D. Lee, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Education and Social Policy School of Education and Social Policy Northwestern University 2115 North Campus Drive Evanston, Illinois 60208 Fax: (847) 491 -8999 Phone: (847) 491 - 7494 or (847) 467 - 1807
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