Dr. Debra Harwood received a newly established Journal of Research in Childhood Education Distinguished Education Research Article Award for 2010

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Dr. Debra Harwood received a newly established Journal of Research in Childhood Education Distinguished Education Research Article Award for 2010

Published on January 10 2011


Dr. Debra Harwood’s article, The phenomenon of sibling teasing: Three mothers’ perceptions of their children’s teasing behaviors, has been identified as the winner of a newly established Journal of Research in Childhood Education Distinguished Education Research Article Award for 2010.The Association for Childhood Education International (ACEI) annually identifies a Distinguished Education Research Article from the articles published in the year’s volume of the Journal of Research in Childhood Education (JRCE).

Taylor and Francis, the publisher of JRCE, provides $1,000 as an award to the author (or authors) of the selected article. The article is selected by the members of the JRCE Editorial Advisory Board as an illustration of superior research and excellent writing on a topic of high importance for the field. The award will be formally announced and presented to Dr. Harwood on Thursday, April 14, 2011, at 8:30 a.m., during a general session at the Association for Childhood Education International annual conference April 13-16, New Orleans, Louisiana (http://acei.org/knowledge/conferences/annual-conference/).  
 
Picture of Dr. Debra Harwood

Dr. Debra Harwood, Assistant Professor in the Department of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies of Education, Faculty of Education