NBTA Centennial Award
The NBTA Centennial Award is presented each year to an individual in recognition of having made a significant contribution to education in New Brunswick. It has traditionally honoured a long and prestigious career of involvement in the profession.
The award has its own application form and must be sent, clearly marked, to the NBTA Selection Committee as described on the form. The quality of the submission can be enhanced greatly by ensuring a substantial amount of documentation from a variety of sources is provided. Further, the sponsors of the nomination should synthesize the contents of various supporting statements in a single overview of the recipient's activities and contributions which would merit consideration.
The deadline for nominations for the award is April 1st.
Branches wishing to nominate persons should start early gathering supportive documentation to ensure a complete, well-rounded and detailed submission. Every additional detail that enhances the committees' ability to choose one from many excellent and deserving nominees is important.
The Vince Sunderland Memorial Award for
Outstanding Educational Leadership
The Vince Sunderland Memorial Award for Outstanding Educational Leadership, sponsored by the Department of Education, is presented each
year to an NBTA member who is a principal or vice-principal, or to an in-school administrative team who:
a) demonstrate(s) the qualities of a successful educational leader by:
b) foster(s) a positive school climate characterized by:
- encouraging best practices of curriculum delivery and assessment
- demonstrating excellent interpersonal skills
- leading by example
- community involvement
- a collegial atmosphere
- a safe and inviting learning environment
NBTA Credit Union Award for Excellence in Teaching
The NBTA Credit Union Award for Excellence in Teaching is presented to an NBTA member recognized by peers and the community as a teacher who exhibits excellence in teaching through ongoing commitment to students and pedagogical approaches. The award is sponsored by NBTA Credit Union as part of its commitment to rewarding excellence in various professions.
The deadline for nominations for the award is April 1st.
Nomination deadline is October 31, 2016.
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Branch Awards of Excellence Guidelines
- The decision to participate in this award program is to be made by each Branch.
- The local Branch can determine the number of awards to be given in each year.
- Any statutory member, or group of members, of NBTA is eligible for nomination.
- A nomination can be made by an individual teacher or group of teachers.
- Deadline for nominations will be on or before February 1st of each school year.
- The award will consist of a pewter lapel pin and a certificate (available from NBTA Central
- The successful nominee(s) will be recognized during the Branch Annual General Meeting.
- The Branch Executive or Branch Public Relations Committee will:
a) receive nominations
b) determine selection of winners
c) maintain a list of award recipients
d) provide publicity for the program
- Successful nominee(s) should be notified following the Branch decision.
- The Branch may give consideration to making a provincial nomination to either the Aliant
Telecom Award for Excellence in Teaching or the NBTA Centennial Award.
Elementary Council, NBTA
Annual Teacher Awards
In 2011 the New Brunswick Teachers' Association, Elementary Council decided to create Annual Teacher Awards to honour the vital role teachers play in developing the potential of students. These awards support peer recognition of those teachers and leaders whose inspirational approach to teaching stimulates student learning.
These special teachers and leaders are found throughout our education system and it is of benefit to the teaching profession that we identify and honour fine examples of inspirational teaching and leadership. These educators will not only continue to shine as positive role models for beginning teachers, but also help build confidence in the profession as a whole.
Middle Level Council, NBTA
Nomination for Making a Difference in the Middle Award
Middle Level Council wishes to recognize teachers who have made an outstanding contribution to the Middle School environment in any or all of the following: School Environment, School Spirit, Student Learning Opportunities, Teacher Morale, Individual Student Development, Professional Activities, Extra-curricular and/or Teacher Professional Learning. To be eligible, nominated teachers must be a member of the NBTA Middle Level Council. Successful nominees will receive a cash award, certificate and recognition in the NBTA News, as well as at Middle Level Council.
High School Council, NBTA
Nomination for Annual Teacher Recognition Award
Although the council believes that all teachers do a wonderful job - there are always
those teachers in each school across the province that go the extra mile for staff and
students. The Council wishes to acknowledge these extraordinary teachers with our annual Teacher Recognition Awards. Winners will receive a certificate/plaque and their picture in NBTA News.
Nominated teachers are teachers who have shown a substantial positive contribution to
any or all of the following: School Environment, School Spirit, Student Learning
Opportunities, Teacher Morale, Individual Student Development and/or Professional Activities.
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