Sir Colin Humphreys Education Award

For contribution made to enhancing students' scientific/technological literacy.

Sir Colin Humphreys Education Award

The Sir Colin Humphreys Education Award, an IOM3 Premier Award, is presented in recognition of  the contribution made to enhancing students' scientific/technological literacy through the teaching or support of materials, minerals or mining topics within 11-18 learning, either in the secondary or further education sectors.

Successful nominees will have demonstrated:

1. what they are expected to do as part of their normal role and in what environment are they working (for example, FE or sixth form college, state secondary school or independent secondary school)

2. what they have done above and beyond their normal role

3. how they have shared best practice with their colleagues

4. evidence of sustained effort over a period of time.

The winner will receive a medal.

Award judging

Nominations for the Sir Colin Humphreys Education Award are judged by the IOM3 Education Committee.

Past winners

2020 J Luton, 2019 R Goodall, 2018 S V McLaren, 2017 F da Silva Wheeler MBE, 2016 J Perkins, 2015 C Hinchcliffe, 2014 P Withers & L Harratt-Jones, 2013 Mark Rogers & W Dransfield-Scott, 2012 A Laferrere & J Smith, 2011 P O’Brien, 2010 Mandy Martin-Smith & Amy Preece, 2009 James Jenner, 2008 (joint) Dr Susan Wilkinson & Christopher Williams

 

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