2019 PROFESSIONAL AWARDS RECOGNITION PROGRAM


California Council for the Social Studies Award Nomination Cover Sheet

The CCSS Awards Recognition Program highlights dedicated professionals who go above and beyond in the field of history-social science education. We welcome you to self-nominate or nominate an outstanding teacher/educator in your area.  All members of the CCSS community are eligible to apply.  All winners will receive a commemorative plaque, one complimentary conference registration, and special recognition during our conference. The 2019 Award Recipients will be honored during the CCSS Awards Ceremony during the 58th Annual Conference, Friday, March 15, 2019 from 6:00-7:30 PM. 


AWARDS CEREMONY
sponsored by the Teachers Curriculum Institute (TCI)


California Council for the Social Studies 

Elementary Outstanding Teacher Award...click here

The purpose of the CCSS Outstanding Elementary Social Studies Teacher of the Year is to recognize a CCSS member whose classroom teachings in grades K-6 and whose professional practices reflect the goals and purposes of an exemplary social studies education.  


2019 Award Winner
Sergio de Alba

MIDDLE SCHOOL OUTSTANDING TEACHER AWARD...CLICK HERE

The purpose of the CCSS Outstanding Middle Level Social Studies Teacher of the Year is to recognize a CCSS member whose classroom teachings in grades 5-8 and whose professional practices reflect the goals and purposes of an exemplary social studies education.  

2019 Award Winner
Louisa Capp

Senior High Outstanding Teacher Award...click here

The purpose of the CCSS Outstanding Secondary Level Social Studies Teacher of the Year is to recognize a CCSS member whose classroom teachings in grades 7-12 and whose professional practices reflect the goals and purposes of an exemplary social studies education.  


2019 Award Winner
Kelly Leon


2019 Award Winner
Gifford D. Asimos


2019 Award Winner
Elizabeth Ramos

Student Teacher Excellence Award...click here

To recognize pre-service teachers who have been excellent in the field. 


2019 Award Winner
Kiara Stuart

Outstanding Higher Education History-Social Studies Teacher Award...click here

The purpose of the CCSS Outstanding Higher Education History- Social Studies Teacher of the Year is to recognize a CCSS member whose higher education instruction and professional practices reflect the goals and purposes of an exemplary social studies education. 

Hilda Taba Award...click here

This award is named for Hilda Taba, a university professor at San Francisco State University who significantly influenced education and is internationally renown for her work in “concept development” in the social studies. The Taba Award is CCSS's highest honor, and is awarded to a California man or woman who has made a significant contribution to social studies education in California. 


2019 Award Winner
Phyllis Goldsmith

Diane L. Brooks ADMINISTRATIVE Award...click here

The purpose of the Diane L. Brooks Award is to recognize an administrator at the district, state or local level who has contributed significantly to the profession of social studies education. 


2019 Award Winner
Jennifer Elemen

Ruth Delzell CCSS Outstanding Service Award...click here

The purpose of the Outstanding Service Award is to recognize CCSS members whose dedication on both state and local levels has contributed significantly to the CCSS organization and to the profession of social studies education.

Carol Marquis Global Understanding Award...click here

The Carol Marquis Award was named for Carol Marquis, a respected educator who significantly influenced social studies teachers and students to understand  global perspectives. The Carol Marquis Award is awarded to a California educator who has made notable contributions in helping social studies students increase their understanding of the world.  


2019 Award Winner
Tim Forslund

Roy Erickson Civic Education Leadership Award...click here

The Roy Erickson Civic Education Leadership Award is awarded to a California educational leader, legislator, or community/organization leader who has made notable contributions toward promoting or implementing civic learning in California schools to prepare students to be engaged and responsible citizens. 


2019 Award Winner
Frank Pisi

CCSS EDUCATOR AWARD FOR DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE...click here

The CCSS Educator Award for Diversity and Social Justice is open to educators in elementary, middle, high schools and at the university and college level who have advocated for women, the LGBTQ community, Native Americans, African Americans, Asian Americans, Latinos, immigrants, disabled people, and people of diverse religious, socio-economic and ethnic backgrounds in their classrooms and their communities.


2019 Award Winner
Dr. Browning M. Neddeau


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