$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
Are you a primary or intermediate teacher keen to empower tamariki with a love of the ocean? The Young Ocean Explorers’ Scholarship could fund your Master of Education thesis, researching a new environmental education programme for primary students (The 21 Day Challenge).
The scholarship is funded by Young Ocean Explorers, an organisation dedicated to inspiring primary school children to love and care for our oceans through educational resources.
Applications close on 31 July.
For more information about the scholarship and application process contact our Postgraduate Adviser, Antoinette Vaha: email@example.com.
The Ngārimu Video Competition is open to submissions. All students and ākonga from Y7–13 can submit a video to be in with a chance of winning $2,200 for themselves and $950 for their school or kura.
The video must reflect one of the three kaupapa outlined on the Ngārimu Video Competition website, where you can also find information on how to enter.
Videos must be submitted on, or before, Monday 12 October.
Advance your skills in teaching maths and science for complete confidence in the classroom.
You can now study a one-year Postgraduate Certificate in Education starting in March 2021 and be fully funded with a Woolf Fisher Trust Postgraduate Scholarship. The programme is part-time, so you won’t need to give up your teaching job, plus you’ll receive a stipend to support your studies.
• You will complete 2 evening courses at the Epsom campus
• You may credit these courses towards a Master of Education.
To apply: auckland.ac.nz/WoolfFisher2021.
For more details, contact postgraduate adviser Antoinette Vaha: firstname.lastname@example.org.