These awards are to recognise excellence in Primary, Intermediate or Secondary classroom teaching and support given to others in enhancing their classroom teaching.
The criteria for these awards are:
A. Excellence in the teaching of mathematics in the classroom;
B. Contribution and support to mathematics teaching at other schools and/or throughout New Zealand; and
C. Support of a local mathematics association or mathematics group.
Teachers currently teaching may be nominated.
All nominations must be supported by your regional mathematical association.
Nominations close at the end of term 1.
Forms can be downloaded from: bit.ly/j_c_nominations or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Science Roadshow will be back on tour in 2019 refreshed with new exhibits, shows and classroom ready resources – all designed to support and augment the delivery of curricula as well as enthusing and stimulating teachers and students.
The programme lasts for 80 minutes and includes:
Two exciting new shows...
On The Move - Principles of Force and Movement
Elemental Chemistry - Building Blocks of Reactions
New exhibit themes to explore...
Observations using measurements
Patterns, grouping, classification
Admission is $8 per student; supervising teachers/adults free.
Online bookings are now open – www.roadshow.org.
Advanced Classroom Expertise Teacher (ACET) recognition acknowledges and rewards exemplary primary teaching practice. It provides an alternative career pathway for teachers who want to stay in the classroom and who have developed their expertise to a level above that of the Experienced Teachers Professional Standards.
A recognised ACET will receive an ongoing $5,000 allowance per annum paid fortnightly, in addition to their salary.
You can submit an Expression of Interest to be considered for ACET recognition at the TeachNZ website www.teachnz.govt.nz/professional-development/advanced-classroom-expertise-teacher-recognition where you will also find the full eligibility criteria and tips on the application process.