CEE James N. Britton Award Winners

 

2015
Carmen Kynard, Vernacular Insurrections: Race, Black Protest, and the New Century in Composition-Literacies Studies
2013
Scott Filkins, Beyond Standardized Truth: Improving Teaching and Learning Through Inquiry-Based Reading Assessment
Ryan Lund Neumann, What Had Happened
2012
Sara Kajder, Adolescents and Digital Literacies: Learning Alongside Our Students
2011
no award given
2010
Cathy Fleischer and Sarah Andrew-Vaughan, Writing Outside Your Comfort Zone: Helping Students Navigate Unfamiliar Genres
2009
Penny Kittle, Write beside Them: Risk, Voice, and Clarity in High School Writing
2008
Leila Christenbury, Retracing the Journey: Teaching and Learning in an American High School
2007
Maja Wilson, Rethinking Rubrics in Writing Assessment
2006
Richard E. Miller, Writing at the End of the World
Alfred Tatum, Teaching Reading to Black Adolescent Males: Closing the Achievement Gap
2005
Vivian Vasquez, Negotiating Critical Literacies with Young Children
2004
Bob Fecho, Is This English? Race, Language, and Culture in the Classroom
2003
no award given
2002
John Gaughan, Reinventing English: Teaching in the Contact Zone
Peter Elbow, Everyone Can Write: Essays Toward a Hopeful Theory of Writing and Teaching Writing
2001
Carol Pope, “Reflection and Refraction: A Reflexive Look at an Evolving
Model for Methods Instruction,” English Education, April 1999
2000
Stephen M. Fishman and Lucille McCarthy, John Dewey and the Challenge of Classroom Practice
Stephen Wolk, A Democratic Classroom
1999
Curt Dudley-Marling, Living with Uncertainty: The Messy Reality of Classroom Practice
1998
Fran Claggett, “A Measure of Success: From Assignment to Assessment,” English Language Arts, 1996
1997
Maureen Barbieri, Sounds from the Heart: Learning to Listen to Girls
1996
Jane Isenberg, Going by the Book: The Role of Popular Classroom Chronicles in the Professional Development of Teachers
Robert Tremmel, “Zen and the Art of Reflective Practice in Teacher Education,” Harvard Educational Review, Winter 1993
1995
Patricia Lambert Stock, “The Function of Anecdote in Teacher Research,” English Education, October 1993
1994
Janice Neuleib, “The Friendly Stranger: Twenty-five Years as ‘Other’,” College Composition and Communication, May 1992
Susan Church, Rethinking Whole Language: The Politics of Educational Change
1993
Lucille Parkinson McCarthy and Stephen M. Fishman, “Boundary Conversations: Conflicting Ways of Knowing in Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Research,” Research in the Teaching of English, December 1991
1992
Cathy Ann Fleischer, “Reforming Student Literacy: Informing Teacher Research”
Janet L. Miller with collaborating teacher researchers Georgette Neville Vosseler, Esther Ranells, Mary Lee Martens, Gerry Seifert, and Elizabeth Bauer, Creating Spaces and Finding Voices: Teachers Collaborating for Empowerment
1991
Cynthia Ann Bowman, “Effects of Learning Logs on High School Literature Achievement,” thesis
Lorraine Cockle, “When is Art? Art Language and the Spectator Role,” Teacher as Researcher
Special Citation to the Kentucky English Bulletin for its Fall 1989 issue (vol 39, no 1) “Teacher- Researchers”
1990
Anne Martin, “Screening, Early Intervention and Remediation: Obscuring Children’s Potential,” Harvard Educational Review, 58(4), November 1988
Vivian Gussin Paley, Bad Guys Don’t Have Birthdays: Fantasy Play at Four
R. Ardyth Sadownik, “Contructs and Intention in Response,” In Teacher as Researcher, edited by Merron Chorney, 1988