The Best Paper Award is announced at the NORMA conferences. The prize is awarded to a paper published in NOMAD in the three year period before the conference. The editors nominate one paper each. The Editorial committee functions as the jury, and select the article of highest quality.
2014 (best paper 2011–2013). Magnus Österholm
Österholm, M. (2011). To translate between different perspectives in belief research: a comparison between two studies. Nordic Studies in Mathematics Education, 16 (1-2), 57–76. [PDF]
2017 (best paper 2014–2016). Andreas Lorange and Reinert Rinvold
Lorange, A. & Rinvold, R. A. (2014). Students’ strategies of expanding fractions to a common denominator – a semiotic perspective. Nordic Studies in Mathematics Education, 19 (2), 57–75. [PDF]
2020 (best paper 2017–2019). Abdel Seidouvy, Ola Helenius and Maike Schindler
Seidouvy, A., Helenius, O. & Schindler, M. (2019). Authority in students’ peer collaboration in statistics: an empirical study based on inferentialism. Nordic Studies in Mathematics Education, 24 (2), 25–48. [PDF]