Best Paper Award 2011

Anneli Schwartz selected for Best Paper Award 2011

Anneli´s paper "Student Responses to a Saviour Pedagogy: An Ethnographic Study" is based on an ethnographic investigation of schooling in a multi-ethnic, multi-racial area of multi-dimensional poverty. It analyses the use of an individuating pedagogy that is designed and intended to improve the performances and behaviour of pupils in a school and the subjective responses of the pupils to this pedagogy.

Anneli Schwartz is a PhD student at the University of Borås, Sweden. She will be attending this year´s ECER in Cádiz.

Short List of Recommended Papers

In addition, the following contributions were listed as final nominees for the 2011 Best Paper Award:

  • Hongmei Ma: "Pay Differential and Its Correlates: Evidence from Public Primary Schoolteachers in Mainland China", The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Wieland Wermke & Gabriella Höstfält: "Contextualising teachers’ professional autonomy in time and space", Stockholm University, Sweden

Best Paper Award 2023

Submission deadline 20 Nov 2023
Formative feedback given 10 Feb 2024
Re-Submission deadline 10 March 2024
Winner announced early May 2024

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