Director's Teaching Prize FAQs
- What is Director’s Teaching Prize?
- Who can I nominate?
- Am I eligible to nominate someone for a Teaching Award?
- Why should I nominate?
- How do I write a good nomination?
- How can I vote?
- When is the closing date for the nominations?
- What happens next?
- Who is going to be screening the nominations?
- Who was the winner last year?
- Whom should I contact if I have more questions?
Director’s Teaching Prize judges need specific and detailed information to make their decisions. It will strengthen your nomination if you include the reasons why you believe your nominee is unique and as many examples of good practice as you can think of.
Also think carefully about the category for which you nominate someone. Make sure you submit your nomination for the category where your examples of best practice seem most appropriate.
You can either pick up a nomination form from the ADD Office on the Ground floor of the Main SOAS Building (RG01) or you can download the nomination form and bring it to ADD Office or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Or better still, why not cast your vote online.
Nominations for the Director's Teaching Prize 2013/2014 are now closed. Newly submitted nominations will not be considered.
The winner of the Director’s Teaching Prize 2012-2013 was Dr Kevin Manton, EAP Teacher and subject lecturer for International Foundation Courses and English Language Studies (IFCELS). Hear him speak on study experiences at SOAS.
The runner-up was Dr Kirsty Rowan, senior teaching fellow in the Department of Linguistics and Ms Sara Stevano, a doctoral student in the Department of Economics, won the GTA Prize for her work as a graduate teaching email@example.com.