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Margaret Blackwell Travel Fellowship (Early childhood education)
The Margaret Blackwell Travel Fellowship enables people working in early childhood education to travel overseas and gain insights and experience to share in New Zealand. Total value: $16,000.
Open to all working in early childhood education.
“It ain’t what you do, it’s the way you do it.” Well, it’s both
After the schooling reviews, what next??
Chief Researcher, Cathy Wylie, gives her insights on what's been happening since the education reviews of 2018/19.
The Leadership Circle Profile certification course
The Leadership Ciricle sets a new standard for leadership development, become a certified coach.
We are running a Leadership Circle Profile certification workshop 6 - 8 May, Auckland, from our Psychological Test Services.
Making progress in science from Levels 1 to 4
Free teacher sscience workshops, supported by the Ministry of Education.
- What does progress in science look like from Level 1 to 4?
- How can progress be assessed?
- What can teachers do to help their students?
- What can whānau do to help their children?
These free workshops address these questions using findings from the 2017 National Monitoring Study of Student Achievement (NMSSA) in science. From the findings, four resources have been produced that introduce and explain student progression between Level 1 to 4
NZCER: Assessment for school leaders PLD Series
NZCER Education Advisers offer a range of professional learning and development workshops to help schools make the most of their assessments.
Taku Reo and Te Reo Māori tools - A powerful combination
The results data from Taku Reo and Te Reo Māori tools provide powerful information to help schools understand student perception of, and capabilities in te reo Māori.
Many ways to belong during emerging adulthood
Making a place in the world: Experiences of those who took less conventional paths from school is the latest report from the NZCER longitudinal study Competent Learners that has followed young New Zealanders from their final months in early childhood education to age 26.
Call for papers Set 2020: no 3
Set: Research Information for Teachers special issue call for papers: Climate change, education, and a sustainable future.
This Set special issue invites contributions that bring fresh and diverse perspectives about climate change education and a restorative future to the conversation.
Schools integrate curriculum areas to offer more relevant and equitable learning
A New NZCER study shows that principals and teachers saw their curriculum integration experiences as successful. Curriculum integration is common in primary schools and nearly two-thirds of secondary schools are combining two or more learning areas at some level of the school.
Research projects to improve outcomes for learners share $1.7 million in funding
The Teaching and Learning Research Initiative (TLRI) supports partnerships between researchers and educators by funding projects expected to improve outcomes for learners.