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Beeby Award

 

New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO

The Beeby Award is a partnership between NZCER and the New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO. The Award, previously known as the Fellowship, was first awarded in 1998. It is named after Dr Clarence Beeby who, in 1934, became the first Director of NZCER, and was Assistant Director-General of UNESCO from 1948-49. The Beeby Award is offered every two years. 

The Beeby Award supports development of an innovative learning resource based on high quality research. The Award supports collaboration between research and practice communities so that learners benefit from research findings. The learning resource can be in any format that enables easy use in a range of learning environments, not limited to schools.

The Award is worth $30,000. The recipient/s are expected to devote 3-4 months full-time or equivalent on the Award. The resulting resource is expected to be of high quality and to be published by NZCER Press. 

Beeby Award 2020 applications

Applications for the Beeby Award 2020 open on 6 July 2020. Applications will be accepted up to 5pm on Friday 21 August 2020. Please find the information for applicants attached below. 

Previous recipients

The Beeby Fellowship has supported a diverse range of resources over the years it has been offered. The 2018 Award to mathematics and statistics educator Dr Pip Arnold. Dr Arnold’s winning proposal is for a resource to support statistics teaching and learning in the New Zealand Curriculum and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.