Leyton Schnellert is the recipient of a Recognition Award for Theses and Dissertations on Teacher Education from the Canadian Association for Teacher Education (CATE).
Awarded at the CATE post-AGM celebration, Dr. Schnellert presented some of the findings of his dissertation entitled “Collaborative Inquiry: Teacher Professional Development as Situated, Responsive Co-Construction of Practice and Learning” (Abstract).
Dr. Leyton Schnellert is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of British Columbia’s Okanagan Campus. He teaches courses in the Elementary (ETEP), Middle and Secondary (STEP) undergraduate programs. ( more about Dr. Schnellert and his work)
The Canadian Association for Teacher Education (CATE) promotes dialogue and teacher education, research and collaboration. Its thesis awards serve to promote teacher education research and scholarship in pre-service teacher education, in-service education, and professional development.
The Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE) is the largest organization of professors, students, researchers and practitioners in education in Canada. The CSSE Annual Conference is held in conjunction with the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences.