The Award for Good Teaching

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Who do you think should be given an award for good teaching?

Who should be given an award for good teaching? If you are a student who has had a teacher who inspired and motivated you to really learn, a teacher who makes outstanding efforts in teaching, just don't hesitate. Nominate your teacher for "The Award for Good Teaching - 2017".

What is The Award for Good Teaching?

Excellent efforts in teaching should be acknowledged and there are many ambitious teachers at Stockholm University who deserve to be rewarded for their work on pedagogical development. Now students have a chance to suggest a teacher for an award!

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The Awards for Good Teaching 2016

Awards for excellent teaching for the year 2016 have been granted to Lenita Freidenvall, Dept of Political Science, Thomas Krigsman, Dept of Mathematics and Science Education, Jan Storå, Dept of Archaeology and Classical Studies and Johannes Wickbom, Dept of Law.

The Criterion for the selection of The Award for Good Teaching

The award goes to teachers who meet the criterion that they support student learning through: outstanding teaching efforts; acknowledged interest in, and commitment to, educational development of teaching; and acknowledged pedagogical competence.

Contact

Questions? Please contact,
Annika Forslund at The Centre for the Advancement of University Teaching

E-mail  annika.forslund@su.se
Phone  08-16 2278

  • Årets lärare 2015 tumnagel The Award for Good Teaching 2015 Awards for excellent teaching for the year 2015 have been granted to Sirkku Männikkö Barbutiu, Dept of Computer and Systems Science, Fawad Hassan, Dept of Physics, Per Förnegård, Dept of Romance Studies and Classics, and Andrea Sundstrand, Dept of Law.
  • Tidigare pristagare tumnagel Previous recipients of The Award for Good Teaching Did a teacher at your department receive The Award for Good Teaching? List of awarded teachers through time.