The journal Learning: Research and Practice is awarding 2 best paper awards at Redesigning Pedagogy International Conference 2017. The paper, written by LAM, B. H. & Li Winkie, titled 'the facilitative and inhibitive conditions of social support - implications to teaching and learning', won the Best Paper Award. The paper takes findings from health psychology to help improve social support in education. The paper highlights how different contexts facilitate or inhibit the beneficial effects of social support, it proposes a framework of how students’ social capital can be improved to enhance their learning and wellbeing. The Redesigning Pedagogy International Conference is a biennial conference hosted by the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University. The Conference shares international research and best practices across schools and cultures.