APNME Annual Best Poster Prize


At each of its annual conferences, in addition to paper presentations, APNME also seeks to reach out to and provide a forum for younger educators, including those studying for masters or doctoral degrees in related fields, by organising a poster presentation session at which they can present their theoretical, empirical and practical work in progress. The APNME Annual Best Poster Prize is awarded to the presenter(s) of the best poster.

Previous awardees are:

2015 APNME Best Poster Prize
Mami HAJAROH, Ruki YATI, Joko PAMUNGKAS
for their poster: The Development of Character Education Model for Early Childhood through Traditional Songs and Games

2014 APNME Best Poster Prize
ZHANG Ting, WANG Jie and Rebecca June GLOVER
for their poster: Exploring the Effect of Moral Considerations on Attitudes to and Behaviour regarding Digital Piracy

2013 APNME Best Poster Prize
Slamet SUYANTO
for his poster: Character Education: Behaviour Performance and Attitude Admiration Discourse between Biology Teachers in Yogyakarta Province

2012 APNME Best Poster Prize
Chih-Ming CHANG and Chien CHOU
for their poster: Instructional Implications and Teaching Concerns of the Virtues of e-Character Education

2011 APNME Best Poster Prize
Darcia NARVAEZ and Kellen MRKVA and co-authors Adam PRISTER, Brian BETTONVILLE, Elizabeth MULLEN and Kayla DELGADO
for their poster: The Crying Baby: Moral Identity Influences Moral Perception