Master Teaching
Award in

The Saskatchewan Mathematics Teachers’ Society will again recognize strong and effective teaching of mathematics in the province of Saskatchewan. Six Master Teacher awards will be offered according to years of teaching experience and grade levels taught. An award will be presented in each of the following categories:

  • K-5, less than 10 years teaching experience
  • K-5, 10 years or more teaching experience
  • 6-9, less than 10 years teaching experience
  • 6-9, 10 years or more teaching experience
  • 10-12, less than 10 years teaching experience
  • 10-12, 10 years or more teaching experience

The secondary teachers must be members of the SMTS, while this requirement may be waived for the elementary and middle level teachers.

Anyone may nominate someone who they feel is a worthy candidate. The application form and list of criteria may be obtained from your school’s principal, or you may contact Jolene Holtvogt-Briens for the nomination package (phone: 306-791-7260, or email at

SMTS will be accepting nominations until June 15, 2000. All nominations should be sent to:

Jolene Holtvogt-Briens
2726 Kliman Crescent
Regina, SK S4V 0M2

The awards will be presented at Sciematics 2000 to be held in Saskatoon, Sept. 28 — 30, 2000


Awards Nomination Form

Nominee's Name: ______________________________________________
Home Address: ______________________________________________
 CityPostal Code
School Address: ______________________________________________
 CityPostal Code

Years of Teaching Experience: _________
Grade Levels of Experience: ________

Please describe in detail evidence of the listed criteria that support the candidate’s nomination for a Master Teacher Award. Teaching excellence over a period of time must be demonstrated. Include this and other supporting documentation (letters of reference, etc) in the nomination package. The entire nomination package should not exceed 10 pages (single-sided, double-spaced, 10-point font).

Signature of NominatorSignature of Nominee

Date: __________________


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