ECAWA members received a record number of awards, presented at ACEC 2010 in Melbourne yesterday.
Each year the Australian Council for Computers in Education (ACCE) and the Australian Computer Society (ACS) host the National Educator of the Year Award. This award recognises exemplary educational practice involving the use of computer technology in the teaching and learning environment.
Congratulations to Paul Fuller, ECAWA Educator of the Year, 2009, who has been named the ACCE / ACS Educator of the Year.
The Australian Council for Computers in Education (ACCE) and Australian Computer Society (ACS) Award for Outstanding Leadership in the use of Information and Communication Technology in Education is a national award that acknowledges the work of educational leaders and innovators. The award recognises significant advocacy, support and promotion of the use of ICT in Education.
Congratulations to Dr Jeremy Pagram of the School of Education of Edith Cowan University and the ECAWA Leader of the Year, 2009, who has received the ACCE / ACS Award for Outstanding Leadership in the use of Information and Communication Technology in Education.
Congratulations also to Associate Professor Dr Paul Newhouse, Director of the Centre for Schooling and Learning Technologies (CSaLT) at Edith Cowan University, who received the award for the best paper of the Conference for “Digital Forms of Performance Assessment”.
At the ACCE President’s Reception Lynley McKernan was presented with a Pink Jacket, having been nominated by the ACCE for the ISTE Making IT Happen Award. Congratulations Lynley!
Once again, on behalf of ECAWA, congratulations and very well done to these hard working ECAWA members!!