2022 Grant Information
Early Career Researcher Grant
Australian Teacher Education Association
The ATEA Early Career Researcher Grant is to support an early career researcher (ECR) to develop their capacity by encouraging them to work on a project based around teacher education. The grant will support a research project that can be completed in a one-year time frame from July 2021, in line with the annual ATEA national conference. The recipient of the grant will present the outcomes of their research project at the 2022 conference.
A grant of $2000 for research support, as well as complimentary registration for the 2022 ATEA Conference will be awarded to the successful applicant. The total value of the grant (money and conference registration) is $2600.
The successful applicant will be required to present their work at the 2022 ATEA conference and, on completion of the project, is encouraged to seek publication of their work in the Association’s journal, the Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education (APJTE). Submitted articles will be subject to the regular APJTE review process.
Applications will open in 2022
2022 Awards Information
Teacher Educator of the Year Award: 2022
TES/Australian Teacher Education Association
The aim of the TES- ATEA Teacher Educator of the Year Award is to encourage and recognise the innovative teaching practices of a teacher educator at university level. Nominations will be accepted from scholars whose primary activity is teaching in undergraduate or postgraduate Teacher Education.
The TES – ATEA Teacher Educator of the Year award recipient will receive:
- Framed certificate: TES – ATEA Teacher Educator of the Year Award, presented at the 2022 conference dinner
- $5000 courtesy of TES
- Complimentary registration to 2022 ATEA Conference (includes ATEA membership for 2022-23 financial year) Total value $5600.
Applications will open in 2022.