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The Problem‐Based and Project‐Based Learning (PBL and PjBL) SIG two awards (established in 2021): Best Paper Award and Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award

 

Best Paper Award

This annual award is given to one exemplary paper presented in a SIG session at the AERA annual meeting. The paper will provide empirical or theoretical gains in problem-based or project-based learning in the field of education, broadly conceived. Through this award, the Problem‐Based and Project‐Based Learning (PBL and PjBL) SIG aims to attract, retain, and recognize high-caliber scholars in the field.
 
The purpose of this award is to cultivate and support outstanding scholars in the field of problem-based and project-based learning and to recognize their achievements. This award will provide institutional recognition for exemplary scholarship while also encouraging the development of the field itself.
 

Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award

This annual award is given to one exemplary SIG paper presented by a current graduate student at the AERA annual meeting.  The paper will contribute to the knowledge base in problem-based or project-based learning. Through this award, the Problem‐Based and Project‐Based Learning (PBL and PjBL) SIG aims to attract, recognize and encourage high-caliber graduate scholars in the field.
 
The purpose of this award is to cultivate and support new scholars in the field of problem-based and project-based learning and to recognize their achievements. This award will provide institutional recognition for the exemplary scholarship by graduate students who are engaged in this work while also encouraging the development of the field itself. 
 
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