ASTE 2016 Student Award
Help us honor those of us doing amazing things that demonstrate true technology integration and have a positive impact on teaching and learning in Alaska! Nominations for the 2016 ASTE Technology Leadership Awards are open now and close on January 22, 2016.
For questions, please contact: ASTE Volunteer Chair, Amanda Duvall (amanda.duvall@aste.org)

Student Categories:
- Elementary School Student of the Year
- Middle School Student of the Year
- High School Student of the Year
- Higher Education Student of the Year

It is the intent of the ASTE Elementary, Middle, and High School Student of the Year Awards to recognize Alaskan K-20 students who are using technology in unique or significant ways to enhance their understanding of academic content, and to honor students who demonstrate leadership in initiatives that meaningfully use technology to achieve the desired goal. To be eligible for this award, the nominee must be a student in an Alaskan school recognized by the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development.

Submission Requirements: To nominate someone for one of the student categories of the ASTE Technology Leadership Awards (Elementary Student of the Year, Middle School Student of the Year, or High School Student of the Year) provide a narrative statement of no more than 250 words that highlights the unique qualities and accomplishments of the nominee. The narrative statement should address the candidate’s technology-based project and/or use of technology, impact on learning, and service to the school.

The nomination statement along with your contact information and summary information about the nominee (name, grade level, and school) must be entered into this online ASTE Award form by January 16, 2016.

ASTE Membership Requirement: The nomination must be submitted by an individual planning to attend/register for at least one day of the ASTE 2016 conference, making the nominator an ASTE member.
Nominee name: Whom would you like to nominate? *
Grade Level: What is the nominee's grade level? *
School: What school does the nominee attend? *
Student Category: For which category would you like to nominate this person? *
Narrative Statement *
Provide a narrative statement of no more than 250 words that highlights the unique qualities and accomplishments of the nominee. The narrative statement should address the candidate’s work, impact on students,professional leadership beyond the job description, and service to the profession.
Your Name *
Your Email Address *
Your Phone Number *
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