Excellence in Teaching Prize. The purpose of that award is to encourage planning schools to apply new pedagogical approaches, technologies and learning techniques in ways which enhance theories, knowledge and skills necessary for good planning practice. The award provides an important opportunity to disseminate new and high quality teaching practices among European planning schools.
Best Published Paper Prize. The purpose of this prize is to celebrate the work of scholars and professionals in the field of planning publishing in European planning journals. It also serves to bring to the attention of planning academics and other interested parties across Europe the range of academic work being undertaken in the field of planning. Annually, the Editorial Boards of almost 50 European planning journals are invited to nominate the best published papers of their journal for the prize.
The Best Congress Paper Prize. The objective of the competition is to promote and disseminate high-quality congress papers and to stimulate the willingness of congress participants to submit and present full congress papers of high quality.
EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING
Responses to global changes: new approaches to planning education
APPLICATION FOR THE PRIZE IS OPEN.
This is the Silver Jubilee of AESOP and it is also the 10th anniversary of the Excellence in Teaching prize. Anniversaries are occasions for...
AESOP is happy to award the Excellence in Teaching Prize 2012 to the Department of City and Regional Planning of the Middle East Technical University, Ankara.
We would like to congratulate Anlı Ataöv and his colleagues: Duygu Cihanger, Funda Erkal and Ender Peker, who are the 2012 winners for the course “Planning Studio”. This award recognises the important contribution the course makes through its critical and constructive approach to planning teaching as an instrument for achieving local responses to the global issues in such difficult times.
John Punter for the paper
“Urban Design and the English Urban Renaissance 1999–2009: A Review and Preliminary Evaluation”
Journal of Urban Design. 16:1, 1-41
The winnes of the 2011 Best Published Paper Prize is:
Roitman, S., Webster Ch., Landman, K. (2010), ‘Methodological frameworks and interdisciplinary research on gated communities’, International Planning Studies, 15(1): 3–23.
The final nominated short list was the following:
Roitman, S., Webster Ch.,, Landman, K. (2010), Methodological frameworks and interdisciplinary research on gated communities. International Planning Studies, 15(1): 3–23.
Meth P. (2010), Unsettling Insurgency: Reflections on Women’s Insurgent Practices in South Africa. Planning Theory & Practice, Vol. 11, No. 2, 241–263, June 2010.
Wu F., He S., Webster Ch. (2010), Path dependency and the neighbourhood effect: urban poverty in impoverished neighbourhoods in Chinese cities. EPA January 42 (1) 134.
Wetering J. van de, Wyatt P., (2010) Measuring the carbon footprint of existing office space. Journal of Property Research Vol. 27, No. 4, December 2010, 309–336.
The Best AESOP Congress Paper competition has been running as part of the AESOP Congresses since 2005. Authors can join the competition by...
Application deadline May 15, 2011The award’s purpose is to encourage planning schools to apply new pedagogical approaches, technologies and learning techniques in ways which enhance the theories, knowledge and skills necessary for good planning practice. The award provides an important opportunity to disseminate new and high quality teaching practices among European planning schools.