A Stephen A. Freeman Award for Best Published Article for Laurent Cammarata and his colleagues

The Stephen A. Freeman Award for Best Published Paper has been awarded annually since 1968 in honor of Stephen A. Freeman of Middlebury College. This prize recognizes the best article on teaching published in a scholarly journal during the previous year.

Laurent Cammarata - 21 February 2018

Winning article:
"PCK Integration: Modeling the Knowledge (s) Underlying a World Language Teacher 's Implementation of CBI," Foreign Language Annals, Volume 50, Issue 2, Summer 2017, pp. 458-476

This prestigious international research award is given by the North-East Conference on Foreign Language Teaching (NECTFL), which serves educators in all languages (including classical, less commonly taught, and ESL), at all levels from kindergarten through university, in both public and private settings. In existence since the late 1940s, NECTFL is the largest of five regional associations of its kind in the United States, representing educators from Maine to Virginia but exercising leadership nation-wide. For more information on NECTFL, visit the official website: http://www.nectfl.org