Award-winning Research in Education

Elsevier is proud to publish educational research with global impact. Our editors select the very best submissions, and work with reviewers to support authors at all stages of their careers, which helps to produce truly award-winning articles.

We have collected some of the articles that have won awards and listed them below. We are very proud to have published these and many more important articles, and would like to congratulate all of those involved with the work and publication of these papers.

Elsevier Atlas award

Each month the Elsevier Atlas Award recognizes research that could significantly impact people's lives around the world, and a piece on the winning article is written by a science communications journalist.

2016 Nominations

AERA Narrative Research Special Interest Group Outstanding Paper Award

Now and then, in and out of the classroom: Teachers learning to teach through the experiences of their living curricula
Teaching and Teacher Education, Volume 44, November 2014
Mark T. Kissling

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Research Awards

Awards play a central role in the research community by recognizing researchers for the valuable contributions they make to the world of discovery. In September 2013, we launched a new portal to showcase research awards supported by Elsevier, along with information about how to apply or nominate recipients. Many of these awards are made possible by societies and other partnering organizations. Elsevier has rewarded hundreds of outstanding academics across the world, and today presents about 300 awards a year with grants ranging from $100 to $25,000.

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