The BJET Fellowship is awarded bi-annually to an individual with the most compelling proposal for a piece of research in the field of educational technology. The Fellowship lasts for one year and is an award of up to £5,000.
The theme for 2019 submissions was “How can innovative digital data collection or analysis methods lead to methodological advancement in support of pedagogical change in technology-enhanced learning?”
The 2019 BJET Fellowship was awarded to Sharon Smith (University of Chester) for her research proposal:”The use of online data collection methods to explore student perspectives on technology – enhanced learning and its role in establishing a voice for marginalised students abjected from mainstream education.”
The editors would also like to highly commend the proposals made by the other shortlisted candidates Francisco Iniesto (Open University) and Dr Katy Jordan (Open University).
The theme for 2017 submissions was “How can innovative use of digital technology support pedagogical change / innovation in informal or formal learning contexts?”
Dr Alison Clark-Wilson (UCL Knowledge Lab) was awarded the fellowship for her research proposal: How do secondary mathematics departments scale their use of dynamic technologies within key stage 3 mathematics? – A situated view of teachers’ growth in knowledge and practice.
The editors also highly commended the proposals made by the other shortlisted candidates Louis Major (University of Cambridge) and Mutlu Cukurova (UCL Knowledge Lab).