Lisa Ede Award Nomination form 2017
In recognition of Lisa Ede's scholarship and contributions to outstanding teaching throughout our region, TYCA-PNW would like to recognize and encourage two-year college teachers in our region who exemplify innovation and creativity in the teaching of English, who have demonstrated outstanding teaching strategies that motivate students to excellence, and/or who have made a contribution to the field of English instruction at the two-year college level through professional development, publications, or service.

Who is eligible? Any two-year college full-time or adjunct/contingent instructors in English, composition, literature, technical writing, and/or closely-related disciplines who work in the Pacific Northwest region (Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Alaska, British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan).

Nominees do not need to be current members of TYCA-PNW. Nominations by colleagues are preferred, but self-nominations are acceptable. Current members of the Regional Executive Committee are not eligible for the award.

The nomination deadline is July 1, 2017.

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As defined in the TYCA position statement: "Highly effective two-year college English instructors are exemplary teacher-scholars. Their teaching is informed both by reflective practice and by application of the best available theoretical approaches. Highly effective instructors recognize that ongoing scholarship legitimizes their expertise, informs their practice, and provides their students with models for intellectual inquiry. Moreover, teacher-scholars share their scholarship in a process of 'critical inquiry and critical exchange' (cf. Slevin 6) through publications in professional journals and presentations at conferences of relevant professional organizations."
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