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Excellence in Science Teaching Awards

Teachers whose careers exemplify STANYS’s mission receive the STANYS Excellence in Science
Teaching Award at the Annual Conference. Their work showcases excellence in teaching, leading, and providing opportunities for all students to participate in and learn science.

Each awardee will be invited to the November STANYS Annual Conference with hotel and conference registration covered by STANYS.

The award is presented at the Awards Ceremony on the first night of the conference at the general meeting prior to the Key Note Speaker.

COVID-19 Related Changes for 2020

Due to the cancellation of the 2020 fall Conference in Rochester, the Conference Committee has made some adjustments to the STANYS Awards process for 2020 only. Nomination and application deadline dates have been extended for this award to August 1st.

Awards will given in 2020, and winners will be recognized at our virtual Annual Meeting in November. STANYS intends to invite 2020 awardees to celebrate in person at the 125th Conference in 2021.


Excellence in Teaching Award Recipients 2019
Elementary (K-6)
see Anton Banko Award for Elementary Science
Intermediate 
Stacey Sebert,
Sandy Creek Middle School
 
Excellence in Teaching Award Recipients 2019
High School

Stephanie O'Brien,  Commack High School

Alexandria Margiotta,  Rye High School

College
Emily King,  Adelphi University
Ruth S. Ammon,  School of Education

Application Process

NOTE: A STANYS Award  Nomination Form (a form style PDF) should be submitted and approved before an Application is submitted.

STANYS Excellence in Science Teaching Award Application: 
To qualify for this award, Excellence in Science Teaching Award Application must be submitted by June 30th August 1st

Written Application Overview

I. Philosophy of Science Teaching
Describe your vision of what constitutes excellence in science teaching and learning.

II. Implementation of Philosophy of Science Teaching
Describe how you attempt to make your philosophy a reality. For example, you may describe your approaches in teaching sample lessons or units, projects, videos, special programs, community services, etc.

III. Effectiveness of the Philosophy
Provide evidence to demonstrate your success in implementing your philosophy. Evidence could include, but is not limited to, activities such as: sample student work, videos, pictures, slides, newspaper articles, published work, and letters of support from people such as students, parents,colleagues, administrators, supervisors, etc.

IV. Professional Involvement
Describe professional activities in which you have been involved in the past three years. Activities could include, but are not limited to:

  •  Workshops (attended and/or given)
  •  Published materials
  •  Courses/seminars/staff development (attended and/or taught)
  •  Conferences (attended and/or planned)
  •  Offices held in professional organizations
    1. Awards or Honors
    2. Grants
Scoring Guide
Points    
2 Philosophy Does it reflect the mission of STANYS?
5 Implementation Effectiveness of strategies to meet the philosophy.
5 Effectiveness Quality and variety of evidence that illustrates successful outcomes
2 Professionalism Evidence of teacher as a learner and leader in the science teaching field.

14 = Total number of points.



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