On the occasion of the EARLI Biennial Conference, EARLI hands out three awards:
Oeuvre Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Science of Learning and Instruction
Awarded to a living recipient in recognition of a broad range of achievements in the field of learning and instruction including excellence in scholarship and research as well as contributions.
Outstanding Publication Award
Awarded to recognise outstanding work in the field of Learning and Instruction.
Erik De Corte Award
Awarded in recognition of an early career and promising scholar in the field of Learning and Instruction.
OUTSTANDING PUBLICATION AWARD
Outstanding Publication Award 2019
Prof. dr. Tina Seufert
The interplay between self-regulation in learning and cognitive load
Published: Education Research Review 24, 116 - 129
Outstanding Publication Award 2017
Prof. Dr. Larike Bronkhorst, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Prof. Dr. Sanne Akkerman, Leiden University, The Netherlands
At the boundary of school: Continuity and discontinuity in learning across contexts.
Published: Educational Research Review, 19, 18-35.
Outstanding Publication Award 2015
Dr. Cornelis J. de Brabander: Leiden University, The Netherlands
Prof. Dr. Rob L. Martens: Welten Institute, Open University of the Netherlands
Towards a unified theory of task-specific motivation.
Published: Educational Research Review , 11, 27-44.
Outstanding Publication Award 2013
Anna Sudkamp, University of Bamberg
Johanna Kaiser and Jens Möller, University of Kiel
Accuracy of Teachers' Judgments of Students' Academic Achievement: A Meta-Analysis
Published: Journal of Educational Psychology, 2012, Vol. 104, No. 3, 743-762
Outstanding Publication Award 2011
Matthias Nückles, Sandra Hübner, Alexander Renkl
Enhancing self-regulated learning by writing learning protocols Learning and Instruction:
Original Research Article
Published: 2009, Volume 19, Issue 3, Pages 259-271.
Outstanding Publication Award 2009
Jannet van Drie and Carla van Boxtel both from the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Historical Reasoning: Towards a Framework for Analyzing Students' Reasoning about the Past
Published: Educational Psychology Review 20 (2008) 87-110.
Outstanding Publication Award 2007
M. Hannula and E. Lehtinen both from the University of Turku in Finland
Spontaneous focusing on Numerosity and Mathematical skills of young children.
Published: Learning and Instruction 15 (2005) pages 237-256.
Outstanding Publication Award 2005
M.-K. Lerkkanen, H. Rasku-Puttonen, K. Aunola, & J.-E. Nurmi
Reading performance and its developmental trajectories during the first and the second grade.
Published: Learning and Instruction - 2004 Volume, number: 14, 2, pages 111-130.
EARLI OEUVRE AWARD
Prof. Dr. Neil Mercer, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Prof. Dr. Reinhard Pekrun, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU), Germany
Prof. Dr. Monique Boekaerts, University of Leiden, The Netherlands
Prof. Dr. Fritz Oser, University of Fribourg, Switzerland
Prof. Anastasia Efklides, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Prof. Erno Lehtinen, University of Turku, Finland
Prof. Ference Marton, Göteborg University, Sweden
Prof. Jürgen Baumert, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin
Prof. Heinz Mandl, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Prof. Noel Entwistle, University of Edinburgh
Prof. Roger Säljö, University of Göteborg
Prof. Lauren Resnick, University of Pittsburgh
Prof. Karl-Josef Klauer, University of Aachen
Prof. Richard Snow, Stanford University
Prof. Erik De Corte, Catholic University of Leuven
ERIK DE CORTE AWARD
ERIK DE CORTE AWARD 2019
Dr. Jake McMullen
Faculty of Education
University of Turku, Finland
ERIK DE CORTE AWARD 2017
Dr. Ernesto Panadero
Psicología Evolutiva y de la Educación
Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain
ERIK DE CORTE AWARD 2015
Dr. Björn de Koning
Department of Educational Neuroscience - Centre for Brain and Learning
VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands
ERIK DE CORTE AWARD 2013
Prof. Dr. Bert De Smedt
University of Leuven, Belgium
ERIK DE CORTE AWARD 2011
Prof. David Gijbels
University of Antwerp, Belgium
ERIK DE CORTE AWARD 2009
Prof. Katharina Scheiter
University of Tübingen, Germany
ERIK DE CORTE AWARD 2007
Prof. Dr. Tamara Van Gog,
Open University, The Netherlands
ERIK DE CORTE AWARD 2005
Dr. Wim Van Dooren
University of Leuven, Belgium