Francis P. Hunkins Award

Each year our organization recognizes excellence in scholarship by submitting nominations for the Hunkins Distinguished Article Award.  All members of AATC are encouraged to nominate articles from the current volume of Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue based on the following criteria:

  • Contribution to the field of curriculum or teaching
  • Promotion of dialogue
  • Implications for improving educational practice
  • Cogency

We will give up to two awards, one in teaching and one in curriculum.  The awardees will be recognized at the AATC annual conference.

Nominations are due by March 20th to CTD Associate Editor Kate Kauper at kkauper@cornellcollege.edu

Thank you in advance for your support of AATC and of Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue. 

Award Recipients

 Curriculum  Teaching
2016

Paul Parkison. Catharsis in Education: Rationalizing and Reconciling

Elizabeth DormanBuilding Teachers’ Social-Emotional Competence Through Mindfulness Practices

2014 Elliot Eisner & Susan FreemanNotes on Composing and Composition and in the category.

Houman Harouni. The Risking of Observations in the Classroom: Teacher as Cultural Critic.

2013 Derek GottliebJudgment, Deliberation, Evaluation: Rediscovering Joseph Schwab’s Practical Arts Amy L. Masko & Lawrence BosiwahTeacher Accountability & Student Responsibility: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of American and Ghanaian Schooling Practices, Policies, and a Reflection on NCLB
2012 David Callejo Perez. What I Learned on the Road to Mississauga: Democracy and Curriculum Jacob W. Neumann & Bryan MeadowsProblematizing notions of decontextualized ‘best practice’
2011

Robert Boostrom. Why I am not wearing a tie: Some thoughts about experience and judgment.

Candace Schlein.  Resonating effects of cross-cultural teaching.