CLTA AWARD DESCRIPTIONS
Deadline: January 15, 2015
Outstanding Teacher Award
CLTA awards one or more Outstanding Teacher Awards each year. Candidates are nominated by their local affiliates or by their colleagues. Self-nominations are not considered.
Glencoe/McGraw-Hill Outstanding Teacher Leader Award is presented by the Glencoe/McGraw-Hill Company to the individual who, in addition to being an outstanding teacher, has made a significant contribution to world language and culture teacher training and/or professional development, and is considered a leader in the profession.
THE Hal Wingard Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes an individual’s dedication and commitment to the language teaching profession over an extended period of time. This award is intended to be awarded only when there is a deserving candidate, and no more than once per year.
President’s Award is given to an outstanding individual who is considered a model of support to language education. Nomination for the award is at the discretion of CLTA’s President, with approval of CLTA’s Board of Directors. It is appropriate for members to make recommendations in writing to the President.
THE LORRAINE D’AMBRUOSO SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION AWARD recognizes an individual who has rendered extraordinary service over time to the profession and to CLTA. This award is intended to be awarded only in years when there is a deserving candidate, and no more than once per year.