1. David Berliner receives 2008 Sylvia Scribner Award

      December 01,2008

      David BerlinerDavid Berliner, Arizona State University Regents’ Professor and Harvard Education Press author of Collateral Damage has been honored with the 2008 Sylvia Scribner Award by Division C of the American Educational Research Association.

      Arizona State University reports, “Berliner, a professor of educational leadership and policy studies in the Mary Lou Fulton College of Education, has contributed to significant advancements in education that reflect the work of the late Professor Sylvia Scribner, whose work reflects a wide range of concerns within the field of cognition, particularly learning and instruction.”

      “Berliner's esteemed research career has focused on three major themes: teacher expertise, use of educational research to combat falsehoods about education, and use of instructional time.”

      Read full article on David Berliner’s award.

      Click here to learn more about Collateral Damage.

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