The Massachusetts Science Educators Hall of Fame is looking for nominations for 2012. Nominate someone you know and please share copies of this with your colleagues and with publications of the science and science education publications you receive.
The individual should have been involved in science education in Massachusetts for a minimum of twenty years.
The individual should have made extraordinary contributions to the advancement of education in the sciences and/or science teaching in Massachusetts.
Has had an effect in school(s) and/or system(s).
Has had an effect statewide/regionally.
Has had an impact nationally.
Has introduced/modified new teaching/learning programs.
Has done workshops and lectures for student groups.
Has publications related to science/education of value to science educators.
Has provided service to professional organizations.
There is evidence of enthusiastic and continual search for knowledge.
There is evidence of leadership in science education.
There is evidence of long-term impact on students.
There has been recognition of contributions such as awards/citations from recognized groups.
Many science educators in Massachusetts are deserving of recognition. We need your help in identifying the most dedicated individuals in our state. The procedure for nomination is:
Send the name, address, e-mail address and telephone number of your nominee to the name listed below. Include one page telling why you are nominating this person.
Inform the nominee of your nomination and tell them to provide us with: (1) an up-to-date resume and (2) three letters of reference. Please limit these references to two pages each.
SEND THE RESUME AND LETTERS OF REFERENCE TO:
28 Ranlett Lane
Billerica, MA 01821
QUESTIONS: Please feel free to call Thomas Vaughn Telephone: (978) 667-1317 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last Modified: October 5, 2012