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The Pedagogical Prize

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Nominate for the Pedagogical Prize 2023

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The Pedagogical Prize of 2022 was awarded to Marianne Folkedotter, Sweden’s first narrative antique.

Marianne Folkedotter at the Västerbotten museum received the prize 2022. This laureate has been a pioneer in the cultural heritage sector in that she has focused on the many aspects of storytelling – as intangible cultural heritage, as a pedagogical tool and as an art form. The prize was awarded during NCK’s Spring Conference in February 2022.

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The Pedagogical Prize of 2021 was awarded to Nelly Laitinen, first archivist at the Society for Swedish Literature in Finland. 

Nelly Laitinen was rewarded for her continuous work proving the archives relevance in today’s society, and developing digital outreach methods for archives. Regardless of the format, what is striking about Nelly Laitinen’s work is how she strives to make the people behind the documents come to life. She continuously proves how archives through active engagement can help individual life stories speak from the sources and make everyday life from the past come through. This approach also helps her to address difficult and complex subjects such as the Finnish civil war.  

Former award winners
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Since 2006, NCK’s Pedagogical Prize has been awarded annually to any person or institution that has made outstanding contributions to the field of heritage learning in the Nordic/Baltic region.

NCK’s board goes through the nominations during November and appoints the awardee who is contacted in late November/early December. The prize is awarded during NCK’s Spring Conference, when the name of the awardee is revealed.

The prize is distributed as a grant of 25 000 SEK and the awardee is invited to hold a lecture at the next NCK’s Spring Conference.

Next time to nominate candidates is for the 2023 NCK’s Pedagogical Prize in autumn 2022.

Criteria for nominations