Jim Campbell Mathematics Teacher Awards 2021
These awards are to recognise personal excellence in Primary, Intermediate or Secondary classroom teaching and support given to others in enhancing their classroom teaching.
Nominations are called for these awards which recognise excellence in mathematics teaching.
They are presented biennially at the NZAMT Conference.
The criteria for these awards are:
- Excellence in the teaching of pāngarau/mathematics or tauanga/statistics in the classroom at a particular school or kura; and
- Contribution and support to pāngarau/mathematics or tauanga/statistics teaching at other schools/kura in the district and/or contribution to pāngarau/mathematics or tauanga/statistics teaching throughout Aotearoa New Zealand; and
- Support of a local pāngarau/mathematics or tauanga/statistics association.
Teachers currently teaching in primary, intermediate and secondary schools or kura may be nominated. Nominations on the official form are to be made initially by a teacher, principal or other mathematics educator. Three referee statements on the official forms are required, one of which must be from a person not teaching at the same school. It is the nominator’s responsibility to request the appropriate forms and distribute them.
All nominations must be supported by your regional mathematical association.
Nominations close at the end of term 1, 2021 (Friday 16 April).
Doctoral Scholarship Opportunity in Education Policy
A one-time doctoral scholarship designed for an outstanding new full-time applicant in the area of education policy formation, implementation or evaluation.
• Value: NZ$28,200 plus domestic fees per year (three years)
• Closing date: 1 November 2020
• Acceptance into doctoral programme required before 1 March 2021
The successful applicant will engage in doctoral study of education policy, focused on New Zealand or international* education policy, at a school, regional or national level, supervised by Dr Jo Smith.
*Note: Given the uncertain Covid-19 situation, international applicants will need to qualify under applicable requirements related to travel.
For more details: auckland.ac.nz/education-policy.
The Beeby Award 2020—$30,000
$30,000 to support the development of an innovative learning resource based on high quality research.
Applications are now open for the Beeby Award 2020, a joint initiative of the New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER) and the New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO. The Award reflects our joint aspirations for a socially just and equitable society.
Applications close at 5pm Friday 21 August.
Find out more at: www.nzcer.org.nz/fellowships