Learning to Teach & Teaching to Learn: Outstanding Middle Level Student Teacher Recognition
PAMLE recognizes outstanding teacher candidates who have student taught in a middle level school (grades 4-8, ages 10-14) and demonstrated both a commitment to middle level teaching as well as an awareness of young adolescent development.
Eligibility:
• Any student teacher or intern who has completed his/her student teaching in the Fall or preceding Spring term in
grades 4-8 is eligible for this award.
• Either the student teaching host school or the college/university or the supervisor must be a PAMLE member.
• Nominations are due by December 15th.

All nominees will be recognized with a certificate at the Monday luncheon at the annual PAMLE Professional Development Institute. All nominees will receive a complimentary Monday registration and a one-year PAMLE Individual Membership. Their names will be posted on the PAMLE website. Check the PAMLE website for more conference information and to register the nominated student teacher: www.pamle.org

PAMLE reserves the right to use names and images of award winners for publicity purposes.
Name of Nominated Student *
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Home Address of Nominee (street, city, state, zip code) *
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Email Address of Nominee *
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Area(s) of Certification(s) *
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School District of Field Placement/Student Teaching *
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Name of Middle Level School of Field Placement/Student Teaching *
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Dates of Student Teaching Placement(s) *
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College or University Affiliation *
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Nominating Educator *
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Nominator's Email Address *
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School or Individual PAMLE Membership # *
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Please describe how the nominee has demonstrated commitment to middle level teaching, knowledge of young adolescent development, and the ability to apply them in a middle level classroom. *
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