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OAME 2003 AWARD WINNERS

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Life Membership Award

This award is given to recognize a person who has contributed in a significant way to OAME/AOEM, demonstrated outstanding leadership in mathematics education, and accumulated 10 or more years of membership in OAME/AOEM.

Recipient: Ron Sauer

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Award for Exceptional and Creative Teaching in Secondary Mathematics (Formerly: the Don Attridge Award)

This award is given annually to recognize an exceptional and creative secondary school mathematics teacher who enhances the teaching of mathematics in Ontario.

Recipient: Mike Morin, Middlefield C.I., York Region DSB

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Award for Exceptional and Creative Teaching in Elementary Mathematics (Formerly: the Morley MacGregor Award)

This award is given annually to recognize an elementary teacher who has demonstrated excellence in mathematics education, as well as contributing to the overall development of students beyond classroom activities.

Recipient: Merilyn Fox, Henry Kelsey Senior PS Toronto DSB

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Kenneth D. Fryer Award

This award is given annually to recognize a secondary school mathematics department which foster collegiality, team work, and excellent classroom teaching; contributes to the overall development of students; and demonstrates leadership in the mathematics community.

Recipient: Centre Dufferin DHS (Dept. Head - Kevin Spry) Shelburne, Upper Grand DSB

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Award for Outstanding Contribution to OAME/AOEM and Mathematics Education in Ontario (Formerly: the Mona MacGregor award)

This award recognizes an individual who has made a significant contribution to OAME, but who is not necessarily an educator or a member of OAME.

Recipient: Frank Schatz, OAME - NCTM

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Nomination Form for OAME Awards

The purpose of the Ontario Association for Mathematics Education's Awards is to formally recognize individuals and educators who demonstrate an outstanding contribution to mathematics education in Ontario. The successful candidate of each award enhances the learning environment, providing opportunity for students to do, see, hear and touch mathematics in a profound and meaningful way. If you know someone who qualifies for this honour, please nominate her/him/them for one of the following awards (click on the award name to access the nomination form).

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