San Diego
Science Educators
Association

SDSEA Awards

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Nominations are due May 15, 2015


Excellence in Science Teaching: Elementary, Middle, or High School

Do you know an outstanding science teacher who deserves recognition? Are you that teacher? Recognized teachers receive $100, a plaque, a free dinner at the annual SDSEA Awards Banquet, and their lesson is published on the SDSEA web site.



Community Award

Many outstanding science educators serve museums, the zoo, and other informal science venues. They are the docents, tour leaders, and scientists who inform and inspire us outside of the classroom. Do you know such a person? Awardees receive a plaque and dinner at the SDSEA Awards Banquet. Nominate him or her below!

2015 Community/Informal Educator Nomination Form


University Science Teaching Award

Many university level professors/ staff help K-12 teachers and students with projects, lessons, and mentoring. Do you know a professor or staff person who has helped you or a colleague to improve your science teaching? Awardees receive a plaque and dinner at the SDSEA Awards Banquet. Nominate him or her below!

2015 University Professor/Staff Educator Nomination Form


Science Fair Award

Each year the SDSEA recognizes excellent projects done by 7-12 students at the Greater San Diego Science and Engineering Fair. Criteria for the award-- The SDSEA judges look for good science, done with the use of simple materials. Awardees receive $50, a plaque, and dinner at the SDSEA Awards Banquet. Their Science Fair teachers/advisors also receive recognition.

Past Awardees




 
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SDSEA is an associated group of the National Science Teachers Association and an affiliate of the California Science Teachers Association.
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