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2014 High School / CEGEP Teaching Award Winners

The CAP and its award partners - TRIUMF, Perimeter Institute, Nelson Education, and the Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of BC - are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2014 CAP High School/CEGEP Teaching Award Winners. Recipients will be presented with their awards at either their school or the CAP Congress, as coordinated with the recipient and school.
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The 2014 CAP Award for Excellence in Teaching High School/CEGEP Physics (British Columbia and Yukon) is awarded to

Susan Hunter-Jivung, Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary School, for her expertise in encouraging students to attain the highest standards in physics, which have resulted in her students receiving a broad range of local and national awards in physics.

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The 2014 CAP Award for Excellence in Teaching High School/CEGEP Physics (Prairies and Northwest Territories) is awarded to

Dion Skitsko, Mother Margaret Marry High School, for his innovative design of physics experiments and demonstrations, and his leading edge use of technology in the classroom.

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The 2014 CAP Award for Excellence in Teaching High School/CEGEP Physics (Ontario) is awarded to

Diana Hall, Do Science Tanzania, for her excellent outreach work in physics, both within Canada and abroad with the Do Science Tanzania program she initiated..

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The 2014 CAP Award for Excellence in Teaching High School/CEGEP Physics (Atlantic) is awarded to

Stephanie Sajatovich, Armbrae Academy, for her innovative use of technology in the classroom and her cutting-edge teaching methods, which have resulted in the highest enrolment in physics in her school's history.

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The 2014 CAP Award for Excellence in Teaching High School/CEGEP Physics (Quebec and Nunavut) is awarded to

Stéphan Gaumont-Guay, Cégep Limoilou, for his pioneering role in pedagogical development that has resulted in a significantly improved rate of success for students taking physics.

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