Celebrating 2024 CATE Recognition Awards Recipients

Congratulations to Dr. Jody Dlouhy-Nelson, BEd French Pathways Field Experience Coordinator, and Dr. Amber Hartwell, Field Advisor, for receiving 2024 CATE Recognition Awards for Theses and Dissertations on Teacher Education!

Dr. Dlouhy-Nelson received her PhD in Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies from UBC Okanagan, with her focus in illuminating how beginning teachers create decolonizing and Indigenizing spaces for their students in this Place of the Syilx People. Her dissertation is available on the UBC library website.

Dr. Hartwell received her EdD from the University of Calgary, with her focus on the impact of ERT on digital technology use in K-12 teacher practice. Her dissertation is available on PRISM.

The Canadian Association for Teacher Education (CATE) awards serve to promote teacher education research and scholarship in pre-service education, in- service education, and professional development, showing evidence of connecting and contributing to the body of literature in any one or combinations of these areas.

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