Digital Technologies Educator of the Year Award
The DLTV Digital Technologies Educator of the Year award is to recognise the importance of the work of Victorian teachers who have made an outstanding contribution, using technology, to the implementation of the Digital Technologies Curriculum and have had a significant positive effect on their students.
The winner of the DLTV Digital Technologies Educator of the Year award will receive:
An award presented at the next DLTV state conference, DigiCon.
Individual membership to DLTV for one year
Recognition on the DLTV website
Nomination as Victoria's nominee for the ACCE Digital Technologies Educator of the Year
This award focuses on recognising the efforts of classroom based educators. Nominees must be based in a school and considered a member of the teaching staff of that school.
Applicants must be either an individual member of DLTV or a staff member of a DLTV member school or learning institution.
Nomination should be supplied to the Chair of the selection committee (at email@example.com) by 31st May. Submissions for awards should be restricted to six pages only (or equivalent) of printable information with the exception of supporting evidence in other media.
Application should include:
Nomination Statement (including reference to criteria)
Letters of Recommendation (minimum of two)
Criteria for Selection
Has made a significant positive impact on the application of the Digital Technologies Curriculum; locally, regionally, state-wide, and/or nationally.
Has presented at professional conferences, seminars and/or workshops or published articles in print or through electronic media about the Digital Technologies Curriculum
Advocates for the Digital Technologies Curriculum to the extent that their work is used as a model for others
Plans, develops and implements programs to advance the Digital Technologies Curriculum in Education and is innovative in the application of the Digital Technologies Curriculum.
Involves the community in an initiative or program to facilitate partnerships around Digital Technologies Curriculum