NCCE

In an effort to celebrate the innovative uses and effective integration of technology in the education field, NCCE honors specific members through our annual awards program.Award winners are announced and honored at NCCE’s annual conference and are awarded a recognition plaque from the NCCE Board President and CEO/Executive Director.

Award winners are announced and honored at NCCE’s annual conference and are awarded a recognition plaque from the NCCE Board President and CEO/Executive Director.

The objective of the NCCE awards program is to:

  • Recognize excellence among the many outstanding members of NCCE
  • Highlight exemplary technology educators and leaders
  • Increase public awareness of the importance of high quality technology and integration in education
  • Set standards for the innovative and effective use of a variety of technologies in education and show how such standards can be achieved
  • Provide tangible recognition of personal and professional achievements, garner respect of colleagues, and enhance professional opportunities for NCCE members

Presidents Award

The President’s Award highlights an individual who has worked to promote either successful practices of technology use in education, or has served some special service on behalf of or to NCCE.

Jane Miller
NCCE 2019 Presidents Award – Jane Miller

Past President Award Recipients

Eric Jensen Leadership Award

The Eric Jensen Leadership Award highlights an individual who has provided leadership to NCCE.

Jason Neiffer and Mike Agostinelli
2019 Eric Jensen Award Winners – Jason Neiffer and Mike Agostinelli

 

Outstanding Technology Educator of the Year

NCCE awards the Outstanding Technology Educator of the Year Award to a member who has daily contact with students.

Criteria for Technology Educator of the Year

The candidate must:

  • Be a current member of NCCE
  • Have significantly influenced staff and/or student performance using computers and related technologies in education
  • Have worked beyond his or her job description to improve the effectiveness of technology use in education
  • Have achieved integration of technology into the curriculum well beyond that assumed in his or her job description
  • Have expanded his or her professional expertise by participating in workshops, seminars, conferences, and other professional development opportunities
Matt Hurst
2019 Outstanding Technology Educator of the Year – Matt Hurst

Past Technology Educator of the Year Recipients

 

Outstanding Technology Leader of the Year

Lori Curtis
2019 Outstanding Technology Leader of the Year – Lori Curtis

2019 Make IT Happen Award Winners

Dr. David Wicks and Marie Turner
2019 Make IT Happen Award Recipients – Dr. David Wicks and Marie Turner