The Teaching Award for Faculty Mid-Level recognizes excellence in teaching among APA members through two career teaching awards; Excellence is assessed not only by the quantity of teaching activities but also by the quality of teaching and engagement in the broader education community.

Form instructions: Please rate the applicant: HIGH, MEDIUM or LOW for Engagement, Quantity and for THREE of the following Quality criterion (one of the three MUST be significant/meaningful results*).

Resources: (1) Glassick's criteria. (2) Recording of the rubric's description


APA Teaching Award for Faculty Rubric - Mid-Career

Do you have a conflict of interest?(Required)
A conflict of interest is defined as (1) the reviewer and the nominee work at the same institution or division, (2), the reviewer is currently mentoring the nominee and/or (3) the reviewer and nominee are actively collaborating together.
Significant/meaningful results, clarity of goals, adequate preparation with content aligns with institutional/program goals and incorporates “best practices” gleaned from literature, appropriate methods with teaching methods align with learning objectives, effective presentation and reflective critique
Evidence of time commitment (e.g. hours/week, days/year) and number of learners
Involvement in education at an institutional, regional, national, or international level
Please note if there was anything in the nomination packet about commitment to diversity and/or if the nominee identifies as underrepresented. If this information was not present, please input NA.