Notable Books for a Global Society Award Practitioner Award & Research Award
Award Description The Notable Books for a Global Society (NBGS) Award is presented by the Children’s Literature and Reading (CL/R) SIG through the International Literacy Association to two outstanding educators each year: one with a research focus, and another with a practitioner focus.
The NBGS Award rewards passionate educators dedicated to creative and innovative use and exploration of literature from the NBGS in both pre-K – 12th grade and university classrooms, as well as in other learning contexts (such as libraries, after-school programs, summer enrichment programs, literacy outreach programs, etc.)
Award winners will be provided with the opportunity to contribute to The Reading Teacher's “Teaching with Children's Literature” column in order to share their work from the award, in addition to a certificate, as well as a 1 year SIG membership.
All applicants must be current members of the Children’s Literature and Reading Special Interest Group (ILA CL/R SIG). Please submit complete applications to Dr. Anne Katz, Chair of the NBGS Award, at email@example.com For more details, click on the Call for NBGS Practitioner Award and Research Award below.