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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. Award winners are acknowledged with a $1,500 scholarship award.

Criteria:
Applicants must be an enrolled undergraduate, post-baccalaureate, or graduate student with a minimum 3.0 GPA and be student teaching/interning full time in a curricular level for which he or she is eligible for certification.

The applicant must also submit an application with includes a lesson plan and a 30-minute video, including an introduction, the lesson plan implemented in a classroom setting, and a reflection of the outcome.


Congratulations to the 2016 National Student Teacher of the Year!

McKenna Dunn


McKenna Dunn, St. Edward’s University
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Congratulations to the 2015 National Student Teacher of the Year!

Richard Charles Heggan


Richard Charles Heggan, Rowan University
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Congratulations to the 2014 National Student Teacher of the Year!

Mandy Jayne Stanley



Mandy Jayne Stanley, 2014 graduate and current fourth grade teacher at Charles A. Brown Elementary School in Birmingham, Alabama, and 2014 award recipient. Stanley is a 2012 Kappa Delta Pi initiate of Zeta Theta Chapter at Samford University.
“Birmingham is a city that has a very painful past but an exceedingly bright future, and I want all of my students to be a part of it. I knew that by striving to achieve this accolade, I could show my future, now my current, students that anything is possible with the combination of hard work, respect for those around you, and a positive mindset.” –Mandy Jayne Stanley

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