KDP / ATE National Student Teacher-Intern of the Year
Applications Due: June 15
The KDP / ATE National Student Teacher Intern of the Year Award recognizes a student teacher-intern who has demonstrated during his or her student teaching intern experience an outstanding ability to:
Since the award’s establishment in 1994, KDP and ATE have named a very select few from around the United States as National Student Teacher of the Year. The award recognizes one student teacher-intern annually who has demonstrated the ability to plan and develop classroom management skills and instructional strategies that support all students; establish interpersonal relationships with students, parents, faculty, and staff; and reflect powerfully on their student teaching experience.
The Ken Burrett Fund was established in 1997, by colleagues in honor of Ken Burrett, Director of Student Teaching, at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA. The Ray and Marge Sunderlund Memorial fund was established in 2006, in honor of Ray and Marge who came from Kutztown, PA where Ray was Director of Student teaching at Kutztown University. They contributed many hours of service and constructive ideas to ATE during their many years of membership. These funds were merged in August 2011 to support outstanding student teaching performance.
Application Criteria & Process
Prior Scholarship Recipients
2023 Emily Blackwell, Baylor University