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IPN Prize awarded for excellent empirical theses in the fields of Science Education and Mathematics

30th November 2015

Lina Boyer, Jasmin Isabelle Erdmann and Erik von Aspern were awarded the IPN Prize this year for their excellent empirical theses in the fields of Science education and Mathematics. The IPN will award this prize annually in future for dissertations from the fields of science education and mathematics which were produced at and submitted to Kiel University. The thesis has to be either for a Master of Education or for the first State examination for Teachers. The contents and methodology have to have a distinct connection to empirical research in mathematics or science education. Additionally, the thesis should have been awarded first class honours.

Two prizes will be presented annually, whereby the selected theses should not be from the same scientific section. The prize which the successful candidates receive will be subject- related and worth ca €500.