Outstanding Public Communication of Education Research Award
Outstanding Public Communication of Education Research Award
 
Outstanding Public Communication of Education Research Award
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2022 Award Recipient

 

Matthew A. Kraft
Brown University

The recipient of the 2022 Outstanding Public Communication of Education Research Award is Dr. Matthew A. Kraft. Using a “multi-channel communications approach,” Dr. Kraft goes beyond traditional outlets for scholarly work to share research relevant to K-12 teachers and teaching. This includes topics such as teacher evaluation, teaching coaching and tutoring, the need to decrease classroom interruptions and the inequitable impact of teacher layoffs, all from the perspectives of research, policy and practice. Dr. Kraft incorporates use of social media, conversations with practitioners and service deliverers, op-eds and articles in the popular and education press as well as active partnerships with members of various stakeholder groups.

 

The Outstanding Public Communication of Education Research Award is presented to honor scholars exemplary in their capacity to communicate the importance of education research to the public. Each year, the award recognizes a scholar who has excelled in conveying important findings and research to wide audiences and who has demonstrated the capacity to deepen understanding and appreciation of the value of education research in the public sphere. Awardees are notable for their commitment to effective communication, whether sustained over a long period of time or substantial in its significance.                  

Past Recipients

2021 - Daniel Willingham
2020 - 
Morgan Polikoff
2019 - Jamila Lyiscott
2018 - Roberta Golinkoff and Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek
2017 - 
Kevin G. Welner
2016 - David C. Berliner

 

 
 
Call for Award Nominations
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Deadline: October 13, 2022

 
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